Elizabeth Torres

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Why Do I Emasculate A Certain Type Of Man? - Poem by Elizabeth Torres

He challenges women
Jealous of women
Hate women
Strong women
It makes him feel inadequate
Because strong women wont quit
If he's attracted to a strong woman
and he can't have that strong woman
He then goes on a campaign trail
derails
her Goals
The Low blows
Towards the strong woman who knows
A good man
The rats
she detects
and rejects
Because his heart is not set
on winning together
only winning by destroying the good woman
Why Do I Emasculate A Certain Type Of man?
Because he's willing to kill
The strong warrior woman he blames for his dysfunction.
By, Elizabeth Torres Afro Puerto-rican
Poet for social change and justice
9/15/15

Topic(s) of this poem: jealousy


Poet's Notes about The Poem

There is a war against Women and I'm up against men in authority who expect you to bow down like some of their wives or girlfriends, But a certain type of man really hates women. Men who compete with women
And are willing to hurt Women to win at all cost, I despise.
Please pray for these men.

Comments about Why Do I Emasculate A Certain Type Of Man? by Elizabeth Torres

  • (2/17/2016 10:43:00 PM)


    This is Elizabeth Torres
    Appreciate your comment
    I'm glad I got your attention.

    I write
    From incite
    My plight
    Is not all hype
    Yes I can be an emotional writer I
    Keep it raw and uncut sometimes.
    As an empath
    Sociopaths
    Usually targets are type
    You know
    The type
    Activist Poet In Action
    Social
    With a real conscience
    We get mad
    When void of emotional men
    Project
    To cover up
    The lack
    If we appear
    Softy
    We have empathy
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  • Mike Smith (2/17/2016 8:59:00 PM)


    It seems most men are afraid of even the idea that a women could be stronger than them. When they encounter a woman that is such, it's likely that, rather than show the emotion of their fears being realized, they might react in a more standoffish manner. A good poem brining attention to a societal norm which needs to be revised.
    The authors note, however, puzzles me a bit. Do you despise these men? Or pray for them? I'm not religious, and far from an authority on prayer, but in my understanding it can't be both.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2015

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 24, 2016


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