Karl Stuart Kline
Good Women - Poem by Karl Stuart Kline
Good women, do you love your lives
Exercising due care and good sense?
God gave you a life like other lives,
But have you lost your innocence?
You do not have to lose your heart
To fall for someone’s vile pretense,
But neither do you have to part
Ways with your precious Common Sense
Nor do you need to bear the blame
When someone else had gun or knife...
You should know that theirs is the shame,
Making you choose between THAT and life!
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