Women Poems - Poems For Women

Poems about women. You can read the best women poems. Browse through all women poems.

In this page, poem about women are listed.

  • 37.
    A Letter From A Stupid Woman

    (A Letter to a Man)


    My dear Master,
    This is a letter from a stupid woman
    Has a stupid woman before me, written to you?
    My name? Lets put names aside
    Rania, or Zaynab
    or Hind or Hayfa
    The silliest thing we carry, my Master - are names


    My Master:
    I am frightened to tell you my thoughts
    I am frightened - if I did -
    that the heavens would burn
    For your East, my dear Master,
    confiscate blue letters
    confiscate dreams from the treasure chests of women
    Practices suppression, upon the emotions of women
    It uses knives…
    and cleavers…
    to speak to women
    and butchers spring and passions
    and black plaits
    And your East, dear Master,
    Manufactures the delicate crown of the East
    from the skulls of women


    Don't criticize me, Master
    If my writing is poor
    For I write and the sword is behind my door
    And beyond the room is the sound of wind and howling dogs
    My master!
    'Antar al Abys is behind my door!
    He will butcher me
    If he saw my letter
    He will cut my head off
    If I spoke of my torture
    He will cut my head off
    If he saw the sheerness of my clothes
    For your East, my dear Master,
    Surrounds women with spears
    And your East, my dear Master
    elects the men to become Prophets,
    and buries the women in the dust.


    Don't become annoyed!
    My dear Master, from these lines
    Don't become annoyed!
    If I smash the complaints blocked for centuries
    If I unsealed my consciousness
    If I ran away…
    From the domes of the Harem in the castles
    If I rebelled, against my death…
    against my grave, against my roots…
    and the giant slaughter house….

    Don't become annoyed, my dear Master,
    If I revealed to you my feelings
    For the Eastern man
    Is not concerned with poetry or feelings
    The Eastern man - and forgive my insolence - does not understand women
    but over the sheets.


    I am sorry my master -If I have insolently attacked the kingdom of Men
    for the great literature of course -
    is the literature of men
    And love has always been
    the allotment of men…
    And sex has always been
    a drug sold to men

    A senile fairytale, the freedom of women in our countries
    For there is no freedom
    Other than, the freedom of men…

    My Master
    Say all you wish of me. It does not matter to me:
    Shallow.. Stupid.. Crazy.. Simple minded.
    It does not concern me anymore..
    For whoever writes about her concerns…
    in the logic of Men is called
    a stupid woman
    and didn't I tell you in the beginning
    that I am a stupid woman? read more »

  • 38.

    Women have no wilderness in them,
    They are provident instead,
    Content in the tight hot cell of their hearts
    To eat dusty bread. read more »

  • 39.
    The Leaves like Women interchange


    The Leaves like Women interchange
    Exclusive Confidence— read more »

  • 40.
    The Old Women

    They pass upon their old, tremulous feet,
    Creeping with little satchels down the street,
    And they remember, many years ago,
    Passing that way in silks. They wander, slow read more »

  • 41.
    The Rights of Women—Spoken by Miss Fontenelle

    WHILE Europe's eye is fix'd on mighty things,
    The fate of Empires and the fall of Kings;
    While quacks of State must each produce his plan, read more »

  • 42.
    The Pale Woman

    I spoke to the pale and heavy-lidded woman, and said:
    O pale and heavy-lidded woman, why is your cheek
    Pale as the dead, and what are your eyes afraid lest they speak? read more »

  • 43.
    The Song of the Women

    How shall she know the worship we would do her?
    The walls are high, and she is very far.
    How shall the woman's message reach unto her
    Above the tumult of the packed bazaar? read more »

  • 44.
    Old Woman

    The owl-car clatters along, dogged by the echo
    From building and battered paving-stone.
    The headlight scoffs at the mist,
    And fixes its yellow rays in the cold slow rain; read more »

  • 45.
    Cigarettes And Whiskey And Wild, Wild Women

    (from a song)

    Perhaps I was born kneeling,
    born coughing on the long winter, read more »

  • 46.
    Humming Bird Woman

    WHY should I be wondering
    How you would look in black velvet and yellow? in orange and green? read more »

  • 47.
    The Gardener LIX: O Woman

    O woman, you are not merely the
    handiwork of God, but also of men;
    these are ever endowing you with
    beauty from their hearts. read more »

  • 48.

    THE WASHERWOMAN is a member of the Salvation Army.
    And over the tub of suds rubbing underwear clean read more »

New Women Poems

  1. A Women Like You., Thandolwethu Ntshintshi
  2. WOMAN, jitesh shah
  3. Woman 3, Dilantha Gunawardana
  4. Woman Is A Masterplan, Dorsey Baker
  5. To Be A Woman, hafiz qasim
  6. Love Is Ruling, gajanan mishra
  7. The Man Blooms, Asit Kumar Sanyal
  9. If You Do Not Cultivate Your Woman, Ronell Warren Alman
  10. Limericks: The History of Sixteen Wonder.., Anonymous British
  11. Men and Women, qin xing
  12. Woman wants no equality, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  13. A Beautiful Word, Omaru Seinu Abdulgafar
  14. Fast Speaking Woman [Excerpt], Anne Waldman
  15. Pretty Woman, Dorsey Baker
  16. A Woman, Amitava Sur
  17. Women in men's life, Thabang kgwatalala
  18. Teach Woman First, gajanan mishra
  19. Woman - Flowing Water, gajanan mishra
  20. That Woman, Veronica Litvin
  21. Woman, Neera Lollbeeharry
  22. Police woman - Eraserheads, opium lestre
  23. It is woman who heard flute, gajanan mishra
  24. Woman Of Strength, sharon simani
  25. Trust A Woman, gajanan mishra
  26. Without woman, gajanan mishra
  27. Why I Greet A Woman, gajanan mishra
  28. Watch and learn, gajanan mishra
  29. Give respect, gajanan mishra
  30. Women's day, gajanan mishra
  31. Balancing Act, gajanan mishra
  32. I am 'The Woman', Victoria Nunoo
  33. Power to the women, Solomon Kobela
  34. The Grenadain Woman, Curliann Mark
  35. Happy Women's Day, Umasree Raghunath
  36. I Am A Woman, Elisia Diaz
  37. I am a woman, Sari Mavi
  38. 10: 10 AM, Inro Lavil
  39. I am woman, Cindy Cato
  40. Cool Black Women, Royale ROYALE
  41. Women's Day Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  42. She Is A Woman!, Jeline Loh
  43. These Lost, These Come At A Cost Women, Bikramjyoti Kashyop
  44. Women IV. a prise poem for women, Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
  45. i am a woman, anelisa rulumeni
  46. Now that august is gone, Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
  47. I am the woman, Kathy Elliott
  48. I Am Women, Esther Melbourne
  49. The Women, Tribhawan Kaul
  50. Cold Beer, Women and Music, Bill Kamen
  51. Woman Come Set Your Man Free, Colin Coplin
  52. Women for the Men, Mark R Slaughter
  53. I Am Here To Save Her, Edward Kofi Louis
  54. A real woman, Vangile Mtyali
  55. I am that woman, Evita Velvet
  56. Her Bum, Mark R Slaughter
  57. Battered Doll, Mark R Slaughter
  58. Her Hidden Treasure, Mark R Slaughter
  59. Sad Women., Daria Domitrovic
  60. Woman 26, Ershad Mazumder
  61. Gift to the Earth, Sylvia Larane Green
  62. Where the mistake never teaches:, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  63. Two Sided Love, Lori Triggs
  64. You ARE A Woman :), Tamell Bailey
  65. women of color, jude TOUSSAINT
  66. Me...... I'm all women, luisa sanchez
  67. rickety rhyme, John Lyday
  68. women respect women, Shelomith Noarbe
  69. Man vs Woman, Noel Horlanda
  70. These Lost, These Come At A Cost Women, Regan Mackenzie
  71. Her Desire for 40G, Mark R Slaughter
  72. White Magic Women, jasmine shipp
  73. The Woman I call Sister (Martha), isabel robles
  74. The Woman I am, Absent Wryta
[Hata Bildir]