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Cinquain Woman Poems | Cinquain Poems About Woman

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Man's other half
Sharing to build a life
Love and patience is in your blood

Copyright © Ernesto P. Santiago

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Broken Walls

She didn't know what was taking place;
Perhaps, I did love her in a strange way.
You're her mother,
And I had a choice to make,
To help these problems drift away.

©2014 Honestly JT

Copyright © Honestly J.T.

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She is
just a woman
when more than all the things
she can, she stands by her man...That's
God’s plan.

06 June 2015

NOTE: The above is not a categorical statement of the author. Surely there are some situations which make the above impossible, like the presence of abuse in any form, or  concubinage. I know people are in various situations...I do not purport to push my ideas without considering some exceptions at the risk of looking like someone talking from a moral high ground. There's a real world out there after all, the horrific realities of some can only be imagined by those of us who are fortunate enough. It is just my opinion that under normal condition,  a woman with that kind of conviction, together with her man, will have laid the foundation of a strong family unit.

Copyright © Kim Patrice Nunez

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BROTHERLY LOVE part 2 to Cuchalainn's Crossing

                                      BROTHERLY LOVE

                                     Blooded by my
                                     Jealous rage --gone dead wrong
                                     Betrayal won—Killed my mind and

This is PART TWO
PART ONE:  Cuchalainn's Crossing

Victoria Anderson-Throop

Based on the unbearably sad Celtic story of Cuchaliann and his foster brother and best friend Ferdiad. Tricked by a woman, to fight each other to the death, Cuchalainn killed his brother--then carried him--cradled in his arms-- miles home. (see photo in Wiki)

Copyright © Victoria Anderson-Throop

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My Horrible Woman

Terrible soul
She brings me awful pain
Horrible she is, killing all
Of me

Copyright © Russell Sivey

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Wicked Woman

A Hag
A harridan
Scaring Children
Spewing a Hatefulness
That dug a weary road to hell

Copyright © Rhea Daniel Dear

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A woman's eyes

Misty Windows deceptively 
Shielding Storms 
Blowing radar-less boats within a

Copyright © Erina Rain

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Ink Written On My Heart

Should I like,
The tattooed kind,
Tattooed right,
Steal my soul,
She might.

Copyright © Honestly J.T.