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Poems About: WOMEN

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  • 325.
    A Sad Affair In India

    Rape in India, those who thought it was a land of Ganges
    and a Hindu paradise, will now discover that India is not
    much different from other countries, including the west.
    a woman lost her life in the frenzy of sexual hatred against read more »

    oskar hansen
  • 326.
    To See God

    When i was born i believed in God
    Then a woman taught me Santa Clause
    Then the woman said there is
    truth in the tooth fairy read more »

    Deci Hernandez
  • 327.
    You Think You Know Women

    The pepper of life
    affectionate and unavoidable
    The salt of life read more »

    Oluwatowoju Tiamiyu
  • 328.

    Woman, Woman
    It is hard to say
    But yes, they are my entire world read more »

    khari lain
  • 329.
    Woman Pope

    I dreamed of woman papacy
    Hatched in the vatican
    Brooding in holiness and blessing the world
    Loathed, loved and hailed read more »

    Gedion Onyango
  • 330.

    1.Unaware of loving others’
    woman, among learned.
    2.Among unvirtuous, idiots wait
    Others’ woman gate. read more »

  • 331.
    2.........What is a woman to you?

    What is a woman to you? ...........

    what is a woman to you? read more »

    fawzia zie
  • 332.
    So Many Women I Know

    So many women I know are quite wise
    Of the wisdom of the fair sex I have come to realize
    If women ruled the World it does seem to me
    There would be far less wars and more of harmony read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 333.
    For Every Man A Woman

    For every man a woman some have been known to say
    But in some places of one sex there's a shortage or so 'twould seem that way
    And in some Towns some men don't have a woman and in some Towns some women don't have a man
    And some without a partner have to live out their time span. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 334.

    I am me,
    a mother, a woman, a person of idea's.
    I am the daughter of her and him.
    A lover of art's of music and books. read more »

    teri bronte
  • 335.
    Unfolded Out Of The Folds

    UNFOLDED out of the folds of the woman, man comes unfolded, and is
    always to come unfolded;
    Unfolded only out of the superbest woman of the earth, is to come the read more »

    Walt Whitman
  • 336.
    Ancestral Woman

    I was never child
    My maternal granny called me an old, old soul
    I seen time come and go
    I gave birth to giving birth read more »

    Josephine DixonBanks
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