Treasure Island

Sulaymon Tadese Faozahny

(18/04/1989 / Nigeria)

The Woman


A strong being
An epitome of beauty
The glory of a man
The best of all creation

A mother, a wife
A companion,
A friend,
The pillar of the home

A teacher, a student,
A helper, a caretaker
A man,
A repairer, a destroyer

Treat her like an egg
Because she’s fragile
Hold her tenderly and
Carefully lest she breaks

Treat her well
As you do yourself
Love her as much as you
Do love yourself

Correct her with words
Scold her, punish her
But never beat her
Lay a finger on her

Mind the kind of words
You say to her
Her emotion are triggered
To you have said.

Tolerate her
Be patient with her
Get the best from her
Show her love

Shower her with gift
Protect her
Honors her
Because she’s a part of you

Give her attention
Get what you deserve from her
Make her happy
You’re stolen her heart.


Treat her like the queen
Treat her as the mother
Treat her like the wife
Treat her like companion.

She’s not a baby-making machine
She’s not pleasure machine
She’s not punching bag
She’s not all of the above

The woman
Is an unique creature
Incomparable features
Endowed with beauty

Don’t treats her like trash
Treat her like an egg
The woman knows
More than man knows.

Submitted: Sunday, August 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013
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  • Mohabeer Beeharry (8/18/2013 2:34:00 PM)

    Never lay a finger on her. I wish man understand this message.
    Well written. Society would be more stable if we all Lear the lesson in this poem.

    Mohabeer Beeharry.

    Give my poem a read sometimes. (Report) Reply

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