This Poem was Submitted By: Floriana F. Hall On Date: 2001-01-24 07:31:00 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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You've heard the saying, "It's a male thing." But have your ever wondered What a woman's perspective might bring? Most women teach kindness and love,  To keep the world on an even keel; Wives and mothers are above reproach When serving a well-balanced meal.  Women curb the temperament of males, Influencing commoners, presidents, kings, Always trying to keep the peace With good sense and wisdom a woman brings. Men build buildings and bridges, Requiring patience, courage, and nerve -- Women build bridges of understanding, Both equally important to serve. Women put finishing touches on sons Creating security, love, and stability; They soften harshness or crudeness of men, Never letting them know of this ability. Most women possess these qualities, Plus fidelity and compassion that mends, Justice tempered by humor, A woman's task never ends.

Copyright © January 2001 Floriana F. Hall

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