Ivory Irving

Rookie (December 6th / Bronx, New York)

Woman In You - Poem by Ivory Irving

I cry for the woman
Who have chosen a life
Where everything in it
Comes with a price

Dazzling gems
Glimmering gold
Will not produce
A warm beautiful soul

High heeled boots and
Designer shoes
will not reveal
The strong woman in you

Good sex, fast cars
And exotic places
Will not help you fill those
Empty spaces

Those fine wines, hard liquors
and promiscuous nights
Do not help to
Raise your kids right

Love, dignity
tolerance, compassion
Will make you a woman
In orderly fashion

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Comments about Woman In You by Ivory Irving

  • Craig Anderson (12/13/2011 9:18:00 PM)


    A real man will go for the real woman everytime! Excellent write.
    Regards
    Craig
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 15, 2014


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