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About the Poem

This poem was inspired by my innermost thoughts on how men treat women. Most men I have had the opportunity to become involved with, have caused me to feel this very strongly. I watch people and see how they treat one another. Someday, hopefully, I might be pleasantly surprised to learn that not everybody is this way.

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evonna
this is soooo amazingly beautiful and i can really relate to what you're writing about
Chantal
That touch me so muchbecause it reminds me of me when I was younger. God bless you with this talent and continue with this gift.
cindy
Wowwwww I can identify
Lori
wonderful depth that only a woman acn truly feel.

Beauty

The beauty she holds
captures their souls,
so they claim.

They convince her they love her,
take many things from her,
and leave her empty and alone.

Her body they treasure;
her emotions they refuse her.
The physical affection

Leaves emotional reflection
caused by Betrayal, Abuse,
and Sexual Obsession.

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