Godspower Oshodin

Pride Of A Virgin Woman

The sky was her limit
Her bags was full of praises
Suddenly she began to sing a marvelous song
Saying…I’m always a less adulterer
A selfish adulterer
Who does not give cheerfully
To those looking desperate.

“From my raining comfort
My noble will share
My dreams and visions are beyond compare
I will always wait
For my future companion”

She was always like a horse
Who strive to reach his goal
She leaps for joy for her
Star stunned position
Also keeping a real vigor and vim
For bidden her vision grow dim.

Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 10, 2008

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  • Anjali Sinha (3/11/2009 4:54:00 AM)

    virginity well described
    in poetic lines
    -10 anjali
    (do read mine- that glittering sword)

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  • ~*Lexi Baby*~ (9/9/2008 10:48:00 AM)

    Sweet poem! Reminds me of myself. Hahah! I'm still a virgin. :) And proud of it! Keep writing! This is awesome!

    Peace out,
    Lexi Baby

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  • Ashraful MusaddeqAshraful Musaddeq (9/7/2008 1:34:00 PM)

    Pride Of A Virgin Woman is a beautiful poem.10 for it.

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  • Carol Rhodes (8/30/2008 3:53:00 PM)

    Godspower, hello. If one is philosophically romantic, as I believe you are, yes, first we must develop, get to know ourselves, know what we have to give and want to share and then look forward to the day of perfect matching. This woman you wrote about seems to know herself and what is important to her. She is filled with poetry and music, yes? Hope all is well, CArol

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  • Mark NwagwuMark Nwagwu (8/18/2008 6:00:00 AM)

    virginity is well celebrated in this write - good work, Godspower

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