a poem for women

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A crash course in love for those with little time and no experience:   Welcome You may not be sure why you’re here After all, ever since we’re young we’re taught love
  We have trembled against men, We have feared the rise of men Yet we continue to shout We shout our rights, We shout our rights to be equal
“goodbyes” from a list of messages never sent.   You told me it was unfair For me to get up and walk away But did you not see
Make me a cup of tea Give me a drop of the sea Race round the world for me Open your eyes to this to see I'm a woman!! I spread good omen I'm a fighter!! Send sparks like firelighter
Kind, sympathetic, understanding, gentle This description was detrimental Because Snow White did not hope to be “fairest of them all”
Once Upon a time, “You really are a funny girl” Is a statement that has followed me my whole life. When I was young my father asked me why I didn’t like to play with the other kids,
The Maiden’s Untold Tale (What Girls Need to Know) By Briana Myall   Please ignore their sugared stories. Listen to our ancient lore. Don’t speak of happy endings. Not knowing what we bled for.  
The Maiden’s Untold Tale (What Girls Need to Know) By Briana Myall   Please ignore their sugared stories. Listen to our ancient lore. Don’t speak of happy endings. Not knowing what we bled for.  
She wanted more. She wanted more for herself than just to be an underwater princess. She wanted a life. She needed a normal human life.  She went to make a deal with a witch.
The bed springs creak as the mattress bounces, Faking pleasured noises, I glance up to the sky, A pure white ceiling furnishes my vision, If I squint hard enough, the water stains appear,
It is not just the I am not pretty enough for them, or the it is my fault. It is not only am I not pretty, but I'm fat and actually just plain ugly as well. It is the I can see why they left just look at my mess of a life.
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