Williamsji Maveli

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She is my better-half! Poem by Williamsji Maveli


As much as I had
thought of her to be
a feminine by gender;
That much she is not;
Half nude she is,
Half a female;
Half a male; .
She is my better-half!
Her life goes by,
and you may lie
with a female,
to what extend
can you come
to know a real female?
She whom I so long thought
I knew –
She whom I know is
nothing like that,
In fact, She’s the one
I most don’t know.
As much as I had thought
her to be female,
That much she is not:
Half-naked she is,
Half a female;
Half a male;
She is my better-half!

Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

God designed humans as male and female, but in our society, though some are like female, the behave like male. This poem is on this issue. Regards & Love from author, WILLIAMSJI MAVELI

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