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Matt Ancient

Rookie - 49 Points (11 january 1985 / Africa)

A woman's world


i have traveled deeply
through my thought
and i discovered on my journey
a woman's world
women love to be pampered
they are like horses
which need to be tamed
before mounted
treat her like a princess
for this how she was created
only a good woman
satisfies a mans belly
and makes him a family
she represent the earth
a symbol of fertility
and an art of beauty
a good woman becomes a wife
and a good mother gives life
with her support
you can make a great effort
so treat her like a lady
and she won't go crazy
a mans world without a woman
is inhuman

Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2014
Edited: Friday, September 19, 2014

Topic(s): women


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