gino novick

Rookie (february 29th 1964 / near Pittsburgh Pennsylvania)

What Is A Women - Poem by gino novick

She is the tree of life, the essence of life and love...
The gift from God, from the heavens above...
From her womb, we all come...
Later we will call her mom...

Our first freind, love and teacher...
All we become is from her nuture...
When you're angery with you lover...
Always reflect back to your mother..

When you feel bitter, think of your sister...
Should you find you need cover, always remember your grandmother..
Ten thousand smiles have kissed your face...
These women have made you the man you are in this place...

Cherish the women with all your heart...
Without them, seriously, our world would fall apart...
Love them tender, love them true...
All your dreams will come through...

Take you time to understand, what the women is to the man...
We are nothing without their love, they are our gifts from God above...
She is grandmother, mother, daughter, aunt and sister...
Lover, wife, neighbor, coworker and teacher...

Surrounded by beautiful and fragrant flowers everday...
We must be careful of what we do and say...
She is the tree of life, the essence of life and love...
The gift from God, from the heavens above...


Comments about What Is A Women by gino novick

  • (6/23/2007 6:46:00 AM)

    hi, i cant belive you can write down this, very suprise! ! ! !
    is nice, is very nice! ! ! i like it, i hope it!
    what do you think, what is a men?
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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 22, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 15, 2011


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