Women are real power

Women are real power

A Poem by WRITER-----------POET

Sounds of streets in early morning 
Women crawling in own howling 
Brave night have end 
Empty bottles in bleeding hand 
Lips are broken by the laugh 
Black wet clothes cut in half 
Show for weather and early birds 
They are dirty 
They are smelly 
They are angels 
They are women 
They are mothers and daughters 






Last night hearts get wild and wilder 
Inside underground pub 
Music like storm in universe 
Few women in one place 
Getting drunks for magic spells 
Dream was real and man was under sharp heel 
Jumping in the air floating with air 
Dancing on the knees kissing like deathly bees 
Singing over wet throats and loving without clothes 
Partying for life and love preaching together with god 
Laying on the floor and breathing for the gore 






Secretly went on the roof 
Watching stars and watching black 
Still something to drink 
Still something to smoke 
Still something to hold 
Art is pure in women flesh 
Stronger gender don't have tender 
Man are weak like sluck  
So no more good luck 
They raise new colorful flag 
Women like god 
Women like world 






They climb down on the wet rope 
From rest of clothes 
Falling stars behind the heads 
Find the streets 
Where are loving cats 
Buy more stuff and buy more few 
Laughter after laughter 
Cry after cry 
Love after love 
Live after live 
Dream after dream 
Pleasure after pleasure 
Heart in heart 




© 2017 WRITER-----------POET



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Not really sure if man should comment on this.
But if you're banging the drum for women.
I'm sure i can join the chorus.
Though this is quite a controversial poem.
Glad i'm the first to comment.

Posted 2 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

WRITER-----------POET

2 Months Ago

Good try some book by F.S FITZGERALD.
Paul Bell

2 Months Ago

Don't think i could eat that just now. Maybe later. lol
WRITER-----------POET

2 Months Ago

Right wait for later . I think I read it first his book when I was about 15 age. But really don't ro.. read more

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Added on September 2, 2017
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