selvin mcrae

Rookie (FEB 6 1975 / BLACK RIVER ST. ELIZABETH JAMAICA)

A Woman's Worth - Poem by selvin mcrae

A Woman’s Worth
Written by Selvin ‘Ewan’ McRae

I know sometimes I take you for granted
But of course you do it too
I guess because we know we have each other
We sometimes allow our pride to rule

You say I treat you disrespectfully
And you are putting a stop to it
You wish I could learn what a woman is worth
And I agree unconditionally

But how can one appreciates a woman’s worth?
When she doesn’t allow you to figure her out
I contemplate at times of her true facts
Yet my interest to know her, she blocks

How profound she might say
Saying why not use wisdom more wisely
She thinks I have more knowledge than I portray
So her tolerance of me, isn’t a pleasant taste

Knowledge allows us to know right from wrong
Wisdom allows us to learn the truth, of right or wrong
Understanding allows us to deal with the situation
So how can you deny me knowledge? Is my question
Of what a woman is worth


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 2, 2009



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