Sylvia Chidi

Freshman - 650 Points (Germany)

I Am A Woman - Poem by Sylvia Chidi

I am a woman
I can exquisitely cook
I have the killer feminine look
You can always read me like a book

I am a woman
I am beautiful
I am homely and dutiful
I’m skilful in giving an earful, mouthful or an eyeful
I am a woman
I am dumb with not an ounce of wisdom
Will quite happily engage in a threesome!
My chest and their two nuts always blossom

I am a woman
I stand up proud
I am a woman and human
I say out loud
Even when there is no crowd

Day by day passes
I keep comparing my ass to other women’s asses
Stupefying! How an ass alone can assail the masses
Mystifying! How an ass alone scales to greener grasses

I am a woman
I drink from a glass and not a beer can
Fluttering eyelids, breasts, backside, legs and my scent
Are the building blocks and tools of my personal assets!
Required to make anyone my ultimate focused fan

Tattle - Chatter, Yakety-yak-Chatter
So I gather
Tattle - Chatter, Yakety-yak-Chatter
Of which I am the master
Tattle - Chatter, Yakety-yak-Chatter
Talk I do non-stop like a rapper
Tattle - Chatter, Yakety-yak-Chatter
Talk I do as if I have all the answers

I am a woman
My glossy fingernails, smeary lipstick
Is enough for you to tremble!
Adequate for you to reassemble
Reassemble yourself to be weak

And the walk I walk
And the talk I talk
With the way I rock
With the way I mock
Is flying out there as a clear message
I can be cold stone and hard as a rock
Or as warm and lovingly fun as glamorous luck
O Yes! I am that woman on this life’s stage

To all man this is still an obstacle
The simple underlying principle
That permits me to give birth to life!
Makes me that woman an unbelievable miracle

Copyright 2006 - Sylvia Chidi


Comments about I Am A Woman by Sylvia Chidi

  • Joe Breunig (6/8/2006 11:33:00 AM)


    An interesting and enjoyable write; perhaps you might like my poem entitled 'My Proverbs 31 Wife' (for one male perspective on womanhood) . (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 8, 2006



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