Arthur Knackmus

Rookie (1/29/55 / Olney Illinois U.S.A.)

Women Were Once Popes - Poem by Arthur Knackmus

Three times a Pope was a woman.
Instead of a man.
Believe this if you can.

These women were cross dressers looking like men.
YES, three women were the leaders living ruling the Vatican.

Of course, each had a special plan.
To get elected to the Highest position of man.

In the Vatican all women were banned.
Crafty women used ways to infiltrate the Vatican's secrete clan.
In religion, women had taken all they could stand.
From men that don't understand women.

Back then, could you imagine being a lowly woman.
And having a High Class man, manually using a fan
With his hand
To cool here off after she ran.
The powerful State the Vatican.

Woman Popes were the most powerful humans of all lands
During their tenure, lacking the correct sex glands.

Arts not kidding about women leading the Vatican.
They, wishing he would shut up of a woman Pope faked as man.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 12, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 22, 2010

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