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Poem Number 4311
man's world, you know.
Hide your breasts. Soft sweetness
is weakness, an unforgiven
and bite your tongue.
This, they only teach girls
"Pretty" is a pleasant smile;
not a man's world penny... any man loves soft brests.. -- but some fanatic frustrated old-man shades to our culture, rhymes on taboo, twisted religious authority, ayatollah -- allan (catch soon)
depends on the man, the woman...like anything else, I suppose ---penny
yes, but there is still truth in this poem.
pen... last night i saw Shakespeare's "Much ado about nothing"...
with Kenneth Branagh as Benedick, - what a marvelous performance !!!
- better than his Hamlet. And of course the heroine in that play is
not the beautiful, nice lady Hero, but the sparkling fountain soul
Beatrice - wonderfylly rendered by Emma Thompson.
But as you say penny, on a personal level - it depends..
"As you like it" ::) - allan
yes...but Shakespeare was an unusually brilliant man!::%% -penny
ahhemm.... so he was, yes. But even so... he might be right, you know ::%% - allan
I thionk you are trying to convince the wrong person... -pen::%
Did you all know that Shakespeare was gay? I do.jennifer=jenn
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