Monday, January 11, 2016
Unfitting For Him
Unfitting for a man, obligations are prominent,
But unfitting for a man, since a woman is absent.
Lucky men have such awareness, forever in consideration,
So luck is the case of this blush, this case of relief.
I knew a dying man, he strove to be joining to praises,
But the fortune was a reading of a book in exile.
The extant words tenderly persuaded us tonight,
Women of the labours and pains suffered from consideration.
I saw a lucky woman in surprise from the necessary pain,
This pain swallowed her whole, with sheer love to the side.
Despite my eye, I caught the losing of the captives,
These women of enemies, these fighting frozen dilemmas.
I have the lucky pen, words in the pen, those words are
Blessed by the luck of painful people in their finality.
Topic(s) of this poem: man