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Just Like A Woman

Poetry By: MAmberConrad
Poetry



This third is for Attanasio. He challenged me to do a Dylan. Wow, I'll never be as good with words as Bob Dylan, but here's my version of Just Like A Woman. Thanks, Obi, for the challenge!


Submitted:Apr 7, 2012    Reads: 28    Comments: 9    Likes: 3   


Just Like A Woman

She makes me pancakes,

And makes my heart ache,

Her heart is of gold

As long as she isn't told

What to do, or where to go,

She loves me just like a woman,

She makes sweet music,

Sweet, sweet music,

Just like a woman should.

She cleans under my feet,

Makes my life complete,

Her soul is warm and bright,

And can put up a fight,

If I can just hold her tight,

She pains me just like a woman,

She makes sweet love,

Sweet, sweet love

Just like a woman should.

She has grasped my heart,

And pulled it apart,

She's got the gift of spite

And can still be a delight,

Hold me 'till all's alright

She loves me just like a woman,

She pains me just like a woman

Should





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