Marwa Rakha

Dear Man: I Want To Have Your Baby

Dear MAN

Eve is my God-given name
and Adam is what I will call you.
Your life will never be the same
for I have chosen you to be the father of my kids.
Together we shall fill the world
with real men and true women.
On a breezy lunar night in an orange field
our bodies shall unite,
and by sunrise
we shall witness the miracle of life.

Dear MAN

Like a predator
I have been watching you from afar.
I have seen you rise and fall.
I have watched you in your glory,
and I have witnessed your defeat.
I saw you climb the highest mountains
with passion and determination.
I know that you have enough resilience
to bounce back from the dreariest situation.
You are strong!
I like your genes!

Dear MAN

You are Helios - the god of the sun;
in your warmth and brightness I found comfort.
Together we shall fight darkness and fear;
we shall vanquish the demons of hypocrisy;
against ignorance and intolerance we shall stand
united forever in the name of love.
I am Aphrodite - the goddess of love!
Let me embrace you my dear warrior.
Let's rewrite history and see
the offspring of Helios and Aphrodite.
You are my man!
I crave your genes!

Dear MAN

He shall take my eyes, your gaze, and our vision.
She shall have my smile, your lips, and our words.
He shall take your listening skills, my analytical abilities, and our collective wisdom.
She shall take your wit, my imagination, and our creativity.
They shall inherit our strength, courage, and integrity.
They shall represent the epitome of our love,
the unity of our minds,
the firmness of our beliefs,
and the beginning of a new era.

Dear MAN... I want to have your baby!

Yours truly,

Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 29, 2009

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Comments about Dear Man: I Want To Have Your Baby by Marwa Rakha

  • James MclainJames Mclain (10/29/2009 8:41:00 PM)

    Most excellant poem..
    full too the top..with...iip

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