Philo Yan

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A Woman's Mind


What goes on in a woman's mind?
Boggles scientists and other men.
A whirlpool of everyday pantomine.
Not one, not two but more than ten.
If you can peer into womankind.
Where do we really draw the line?
Thoughts circle thoughts, to no end,
Until we lay our heads to sleep intend.

We are incline when in a bind,
Emotion eats there is no line.
What waste
To taste
Sweets, what line?
Goodbye waistline.


We give, We care,
Can't breathe, no air,
Who gives, who cares?
Depleting health.

Heartbreaks we get,
Makes us deflate
And then inflate,
On creams and cake.

Like mountain bend
Like whirlpool spin
Dear man, Good men,
You just can't win.
Never ending Cyberline,
That sums up a woman's mind.

Submitted: Thursday, September 06, 2012
Edited: Thursday, September 06, 2012

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Copyright Philo Yan September 6,2012

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