kwane Lamb

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Center Of Man - Poem by kwane Lamb

Woman as an equal, what does that entail?
When I look at my equal, I see
A woman who is my Queen...


A woman enriched with dreams
And my lack of understanding
Most times supply her with schemes.

A person aware of herself
The negative and the positive.
I see a well rounded creation...

A woman associated with her man
Be he positive or negative.
A person sufficient as my mate,

Friend, lover, wife, and whatever...
Women decide,
And not to hide,

For what is known as that quick ride.
A woman unique to my life
As well as my strife.


Woman as an equal, what does that entail?

Hell, that's more information then I wanted.

A woman is surely that phoenix out of the fire.
A true Egyptian goddess and with goddess desires.

With or without me: damn she's good.
I wonder now and again how would
My life truly be...

If God, would have never noticed...

Adam's loneliness.

whisperkwane
whisperkwane@g mail.com

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Comments about Center Of Man by kwane Lamb

  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (9/16/2009 7:39:00 PM)

    A woman enriched with dreams
    And my lack of understanding
    Most times supply her with schemes.

    A person aware of herself
    The negative and the positive.
    I see a well rounded creation.........superbpiece of writing andto my liking becasue of its richness inthemes.. so natural and appealing....10
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, September 9, 2013


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