Williamsji Maveli

(23/04/1955 / IRINJALAKUDA)

She is my better-half!


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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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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