Paula Glynn


A Woman's Heart - Poem by Paula Glynn

Reading like a newspaper,
A woman's heart is full of news,
Ups and downs,
Like a rollercoaster scaling dizzying heights,
And there is seldom calm,
In the heart of a woman,
Whether because of another woman or a man,
And a cheating man or woman she does deplore,
Pain in her heart something she cannot ignore,
And the heartache doesn't fade with the record,
A lovesong playing on heartstrings,
For a woman must be brave and lovestrong,
Even when she loses and things go rapidly wrong.
It is hard for a woman to say goodbye,
But happiness from freedom,
Is something that can't be denied,
She must remain true to her heart,
And pain must be erased: must impart,
A tangle of emotions confusing her mind,
Telling of memories she thought forgotten with time,
For no matter the years that pass,
Pain can still last,
But a woman's heart also holds hope,
In faithful hands,
Like a god that understands,
And joy can spring up,
Like a daisy on a summer's day,
Strung together as a necklace while children play,
But the flowers of a woman's heart never dies,
Even when tears fall from the skies,
For love protects the heart from destruction,
There is no malice or greed,
Just joy for a life to succeed,
And many emotions are present:
Envy, lust, passion, hope, anger, resentment,
These may not be all good,
But there are a lot that exist,
And no woman can be defined by one emotion,
And emotions can decide failure or success,
The smiles evident on the best dressed.
A woman's heart is passionate with the ferociousness of a lion cub,
Everything in her world to be protected and made safe,
Because money feeds the hand that bites it,
Happily and with a smile,
So a woman will kiss another with human honesty,
And show that love does make the world go around,
Happiness just waiting around the corner,
Joy in existence waiting to be found.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, April 13, 2012


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