Hassan Panero


Rebellious - Poem by Hassan Panero

Faculty determines her decisions 
Modiste humble innocent to begin with
Influenced by a constent race 
of a new faith she embraced
To compete with her fathers kind
Disgusted by her mothers generation 
Willing to out do the oldskool 

Role models fight for woman rights 
To dress less for respect in the bubble of man
Dispute values of children dropped for success
Earn more live more demanding respect 
whilst the act got them deep in debt
Misory needs humanity to invest in tragedy 
The few that remain covered 
reminds her of her mother

Unlike the sophisticated independence 
So awaits for the next man to compliment her profanity 
They all the same, she and her peers claim,  
Shame that their race for happiness 
Sold their dignity along with values 
As their barsted kids disrespect their excesstines 
I'm just here to witness


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 19, 2013



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