Top 100 Poems About: WOMAN


In this page, poems on / about “woman” are listed.
  • 1.
    Sonnet 20: A Woman's Face With Nature's Own Hand Painted

    A woman's face with Nature's own hand painted
    Hast thou, the master-mistress of my passion;
    A woman's gentle heart, but not acquainted
    With shifting change, as is false women's fashion; read more »

    William Shakespeare
  • 2.
    04. Beautiful Women

    young women, old women
    in their heart
    despite the years
    the yearning to be beautiful read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 3.
    A Strong Woman Vs. A Woman Of Strength

    A strong woman works out every day,
    Pride in her appearance she portrays,
    But a woman of strength kneels to pray,
    Her soul in shape, God leading the way. read more »

    Luke Easter
  • 4.
    A Man And Woman

    The Difference between a Man and a Woman;

    When Man needs your silver hugs and caressing kisses,
    Woman needs your mind as well. read more »

    Life Poem
  • 5.
    Why I Greet A Woman

    I greet a woman
    For beauty
    In body and in soul
    I know her heart read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 6.
    Two Loves

    The woman he loved, while he dreamed of her,
    Danced on till the stars grew dim,
    But alone with her heart, from the world apart
    Sat the woman who loved him. read more »

    Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • 7.
    I Love Sensual Women

    I love sensual women and not passionate ones. A passionate woman closes her eyes, moans and shouts and the enjoyment of a passionate woman is blind.

    A passionate woman writhes about, grabs you with her hands without looking where, clasps you, kisses you, even bites you and hurries to reach her climax as soon as she can. She has no time to display her sexual organs, no time to examine, touch with the hand and kiss your sexual organs, she is in such a hurry to slake her passion. Having slaked her passion, the passionate woman will fall asleep. The sexual organs of a passionate woman are dry. A passionate woman is always in some way or another mannish. read more »

    Daniil Ivanovich Kharms
  • 8.
    Women Of Courage

    Women of courage, women of strength ,
    Women of faith and devotion.
    Mothers of children with spirits so strong
    Who may have unbridled imaginations. REFRAIN: They are women, women of courage read more »

    Kathy L. Goings
  • 9.
    Sad Women.

    Sad women always get up
    to make breakfast for their children,
    To tell him, ''have a nice day''
    Sad women go to work and always do their best, read more »

    Daria Domitrovic
  • 10.
    Seasonal Cycle - Chapter 05 - Winter

    "Oh, dear with best thighs, heart-stealing is this environ with abundantly grown stacks of rice and their cobs, or with sugarcane, and it is reverberated with the screeches of ruddy gees that abide hither and thither... now heightened will be passion, thereby this season will be gladdening for lusty womenfolk, hence listen of this season, called Shishira, the Winter...

    "At this time, people enjoy abiding in the medial places of their residences, whose ventilators are blockaded for the passage of chilly air, and at fireplaces, in sunrays, with heavy clothing, and along with mature women of age, for they too will be passionately steamy... read more »

    Kalidasa
  • 11.
    Cuckoo Song

    (Spring begins in southern England on the 14th April, on which date the Old Woman lets the Cuckoo out of her basket at Heathfield Fair -- locally known as Heffle Cuckoo Fair.)


    Tell it to the locked-up trees, read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 12.
    To George Sand: A Recognition

    TRUE genius, but true woman ! dost deny
    The woman's nature with a manly scorn
    And break away the gauds and armlets worn
    By weaker women in captivity? read more »

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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