Anjell Bryan

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Open Minded - Poem by Anjell Bryan

So a man shall wed a man in ‘holy’ matrimony and no one should say a thing
And raise a child with the distorted reality of accepting two men kissing
Understand that two mothers are healthier because we all know two is better than one
So the introduction “These are my moms” has become increasingly common
That I can decide I wasn’t created the right gender so I will choose to become a man?
Snip a little there, stitch a little there and voila we’re done!
Pushing the boundaries of science? What? A man is now pregnant?
These people put whole new meaning to ‘explore your imagination’.
Big love is better than no love; so we open our beds up to ten
A mix of hot and horny; sex-driven, morally-dead men and women
It’s okay to fill my chest with silicone so my breasts can look just right
And inject my face everyday cause them wrinkles are putting up a fight
That it’s okay to carve into my body with needles and ink
Is it that we are open-minded or is it that we can’t think?
Not knowing who is male or female seriously takes the cake
Imagine believing that a transvestite could be your lifelong soulmate
There are no boundaries; no rights and certainly no wrongs
Just a blank slate of existence that you can put anything on
So we find ourselves in a world where absolutely anything goes
Where he can be my pimp and I must be proud to be his hoe
A world where condoning morally wrong is accepting people’s differences
And I do get different; but some people’s sanity is flying off its hinges!
So farewell good; normal; right; acceptable lifestyles
And welcome to all manners of evil! Oh how we’ve embraced satan’s lies.

Comments about Open Minded by Anjell Bryan

  • Sulaiman Mohd Yusof (2/27/2009 11:10:00 AM)

    Well your writes reflect your orientation and your perception towards life.A well written piece Anjell. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009

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