Valerie Dohren

Gold Star - 6,961 Points (13 January 1947 / Southport)

Valerie Dohren Poems

241. Soon There Will Be Roses 3/22/2014
242. Volcano 3/8/2012
243. Alone 2/27/2012
244. Upon A Winter's Day 12/23/2012
245. A Response To Dylan Thomas 2/10/2012
246. Ode To A Lost Love 2/14/2012
247. I Am........ 5/28/2012
248. A Walk Through Paradise 5/24/2012
249. Rubbish 1/11/2013
250. Lost 1/7/2013
251. I Knew A Song 5/19/2013
252. The Yew Tree 9/3/2012
253. Little Yellow Flowers 6/24/2012
254. After The Rain 5/1/2012
255. I'M Just A Woman 3/29/2013

Comments about Valerie Dohren

  • Roy Allen Roy Allen (2/27/2012 2:16:00 AM)

    The world tries to squash us into its mould
    warping our character as we grow old.
    Nibbling away over the passing years
    trying to make us assertive and fierce.
    I’m so glad that you have worked it all through
    and decided to stay as the “Lovely You”

    Valerie I have written the above 6 liner in response to your poem and would like permission to give reference to your poem when I put the 6 liner which I have called The Lovely You in my list of poems. If you are not happy with this then I will NOT include the reference.

    Roy

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Best Poem of Valerie Dohren

I'M Just A Woman

Oh sir, I’m just a woman
How could I understand
For you are set above me
So tall and proud and grand

Oh sir, I’m just a woman
Beneath you, I am told,
Can never be your equal
How could I be so bold

Oh sir, I’m just a woman
I’ll be subservient
Walk within your shadow
I ought to be content

Oh sir, I'm just a woman
My only real true worth
To bear you many children
Perpetuate new birth

Oh sir, I’m just a woman
I know its somewhat trite
But somewhere deep inside me
I feel it can’t be right

Oh sir, I’m just a ...

Read the full of I'M Just A Woman

Can You See

Can you hear a gentle breath
Through fields of golden corn

Can you hear the willow shed
Her tears of dew at dawn

Can you hear a baby cry
A baby yet unborn

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