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by Dylan Thomas

When I was a windy boy and a bit
And the black spit of the chapel fold,
(Sighed the old ram rod, dying of women),
I tiptoed shy in the gooseberry wood,
The rude owl cried like a tell-tale tit,
I skipped in a blush as the big girls rolled
Nine-pin down on donkey's common,
And on seesaw sunday nights I wooed
Whoever I would with my wicked eyes,
The whole of the moon I could love and leave


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Duino Elegies: The First Elegy
by Rainer Maria Rilke

Who, if I cried out, would hear me among the angels'
hierarchies? and even if one of them suddenly
pressed me against his heart, I would perish
in the embrace of his stronger existence.
For beauty is nothing but the beginning of terror
which we are barely able to endure and are awed
because it serenely disdains to annihilate us.
Each single angel is terrifying.
And so I force myself, swallow and hold back
the surging call of my dark sobbing.


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The Country Of Marriage
by Wendell Berry


I dream of you walking at night along the streams
of the country of my birth, warm blooms and the nightsongs
of birds opening around you as you walk.
You are holding in your body the dark seed of my sleep.


This comes after silence. Was it something I said


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by Adelaide Rhead

Why do you think you're better
If your culture is not the same?
Yes, maybe you seem different
But deep inside all are the same.

Why do they think they're better?
If one is black and one is white,
If one is man and one is woman.
They are the same, that is their right.


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by Wilfred Owen

He sat in a wheeled chair, waiting for dark,
And shivered in his ghastly suit of grey,
Legless, sewn short at elbow. Through the park
Voices of boys rang saddening like a hymn,
Voices of play and pleasure after day,
Till gathering sleep had mothered them from him.

About this time Town used to swing so gay
When glow-lamps budded in the light blue trees,
And girls glanced lovelier as the air grew dim,-


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Recent Women Poems
Flowery, Plumed and Vivid
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Ladies' scents
so nice everywhere,
midst the hats.
Every style
making their unique statement,
like garden blossoms!

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Wokes Run Wild
by Robert Ippaso

Where women aren't quite women
They're Menstruating folk,
Their gender simply Human,
The world gone truly woke.

Grasping for atonement,
The art of double speak,
The fancy of the moment
Our words they cutely tweak.


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Girl in the woods
by Malavika Vinod

I saw a stranger in the woods,
Who sprinted ere me,
With her lucent brown stick,
And behind her, there was a bee.

She was singing a lay,
That pulled every creature,
And I noticed her stick,
The lucent was of magic.


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by Manasvi Karanam

She stops to catch her breath.
Her neatly braided hair undone —
Freely flowing
Unwilling to be chained
Unwilling to be tamed.

She has set out on a solitary journey
This time by cutting off
The shackles of shame
Shoved down her throat


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To the women from the graves
by Priyanka Roy

Women are rising from their graves, from their coffins in tattered clothes and battered bodies from the circle of death and are now marching down the streets, in flocks to let the world see them, borne in blood, tied to their mother's cord, they ascend with countless scars on their bodies, amassed over time, by centuries of oppression.
Thwarted and bodies fatigued of years of tales of protection and tenderness by agonised chaps.
They are marching downtown pouring stories like mud on their way for other women, mothers to collect and preserve.
Some crawl, some limp, some crouch -
Does Lord know what they have been through?
Some walk, steadily, clenching the burden of their breasts, oozing milk, neglected by their haughty inborn, defending them from strangers in congested buses, markets and clubs from uncles, cousins, paternal-maternal male relatives.
They are rising from their graves again
after a blistering deluge on Earth.
Dispersing and pinching out through the dark clouds - smiling, humming, lullabying
in languages local, rusty, thick.


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Popular Famous Poets about Women
  • William Butler Yeats
    William Butler Yeats (81 poems about Women)
    W.B. Yeats] (13 June 1865 – 28 January 1939 / County Dublin / Ireland
  • Walt Whitman
    Walt Whitman (71 poems about Women)
    31 May 1819 - 26 March 1892 / New York / United States
  • Carl Sandburg
    Carl Sandburg (44 poems about Women)
    6 January 1878 – 22 July 1967 / Illinois
  • Charles Bukowski
    Charles Bukowski (20 poems about Women)
    16 August 1920 – 9 March 1994 / Andernach
  • George Meredith
    George Meredith (19 poems about Women)
    12 February 1828 – 18 May 1909 / Portsmouth, England
  • Lucille Clifton
    Lucille Clifton (14 poems about Women)
    June 27, 1936 - February 13, 2010 / Baltimore, Maryland
  • David Lehman
    David Lehman (11 poems about Women)
    June 11, 1948 / New York City
  • Kalidasa
    Kalidasa (10 poems about Women)
    4th Century - 5th Century / Ujjain / India
  • James Arlington Wright
    James Arlington Wright (10 poems about Women)
    13 December 1927 – 25 March 1980 / Ohio
  • Billy Collins
    Billy Collins (9 poems about Women)
    22 March 1941 - / New York City
Popular Poets about Women From Members
  • HIRAETH Mccombs
    HIRAETH Mccombs (1 poems about Women)
    November 18th, 1996 - Elizabeth NJ
  • R D
    R D (1 poems about Women)
  • Daisy 22
    Daisy 22 (1 poems about Women)
    September 26, 2001- India
  • Mario Hernandez
    Mario Hernandez (1 poems about Women)
    Los Angeles CA
  • Naomi Lumba
    Naomi Lumba (1 poems about Women)
    February 26, 2002 - Zambia
  • Neo Dore
    Neo Dore (1 poem about Women)
    October 29, 1999- Maryland, Montgomery
  • Joycelyn Eshun
    Joycelyn Eshun (1 poems about Women)
    September 30, 2000- Ghana
  • Priyanka Roy
    Priyanka Roy (1 poems about Women)
    February 26, 1995 - India
  • Thirumala Reddy
    Thirumala Reddy (1 poems about Women)
    February 5, 1997 - Andaman and Nicobar
  • Venkata Naidu
    Venkata Naidu (1 poem about Women)
    April 23, - Bangalore)