Wednesday, March 2, 2016
A woman is married to sin, when thinking
Is pious and chaste their sins are forgiven.
A man must marry only one wife when he
Sees his eyes in the splendours of heaven.
For her beauty, the woman must speak to
The man of men, who are beaming downwards to
The ground; that defies matter, describes
Manhood with knowledge of food and drink.
A mighty hazard awaits the law-providers,
For their laws are inferior and the women
Hate all forms of inferiority, while the man
Is averse to the habits of the big, and biggest.
My family owes a burden to the brothers,
And a sentence to the sisters, their fright
Is in the zone of demand, the region of rise.
Topic(s) of this poem: families