A Woman Forty Plus Aspires Poem by Rm. Shanmugam Chettiar

A Woman Forty Plus Aspires

Rating: 4.7

I must be the centre of attention
And reaffirm my desirability.
I must feel validated as a woman
And re-experience the romance of love.
Let be burnt the ennui of monogamy.
Let come again the sexual excitement
That I went through at my first night.
Need not the man in focus be a prince,
An emperor nor a millionaire.
Let him be the one I want to be with,
In accordance with my safety,
Proximity and convenience.
Just for a ‘love you leave you alliance.’
Yes, I must waste no time to test my worth
And remain faithful with my husband.


Seema Aarella 17 October 2008

'faithful to the spouse' thats where men fail and women struggle and keep their wedding vows.....! women of all ages do aspire this....secretly! but morals and ethics have a bigger role to play.

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Rm. Shanmugam Chettiar 28 January 2016

u got my point. i am happy that i haven; t erred in the contents of the poem

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Dr Rajesh Kumar Vaid 18 November 2008

Agreed, with Mr Ray.

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Reshma Ramesh 11 December 2008

lol! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! yeah...........if only.....................well penned sir! !

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Malini Kadir 13 December 2008

Yes this does bring smiles.....! ! yet perhaps speaks of deeper truths in existence.... Perhaps men too stumble to prove themselves all over again.... Will you agree to that?

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Narayanan Kutty Pozhath 29 April 2018

Aspirations of a woman is explained. Beautiful thoughts

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Akhtar Jawad 31 March 2018

Yes, I must waste no time to test my worth And remain faithful with my husband................Great thoughts.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 04 October 2017

A superb creation! The inner urge of a woman after forty has been narrated in philosophical parlance. Great work!

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Rajnish Manga 11 June 2017

The psychology of a married woman in her mid forties has been nicely interpreted. Thanks.

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Upendra Upm 18 May 2017

very bold and incisive, so confidently articulating on subjects most of us will fumble.Let be burnt the ennui of monogamy. Brilliant poem.

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Rm. Shanmugam Chettiar

Aravayal, karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, South India
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