For the first time ever, I'm taking part in the A-Z Challenge and NaPoWriMo, where I'll have to write a poem a day for the whole of April (26 in total for A-Z). I'm combining both challenges. This is my re-worked entry for Day 23 letter "W" (Day 26 NaPoWriMo).
A flower’s sadness in winter is greater than the shame of a man whose duplicity has come to light after being unfaithful to the woman once believing in the voice of his love.
Standing before a mirror of kindness, such a man should hide behind his selfish reflection of deceit and dishonesty.
A woman's angelic smile and tender beauty should always be respected and honored by every male gazing upon her feminine image.
A woman is a representation of every flower that decorates the garden and heart of the earth together with the heart of man.
A man’s spirit is fulfilled through the fragrance of a woman and satisfied through the heartbeat of her sensuous touch.
How can any man betray the heart of the woman bearing the same emotions as his mother, sister(s) and daughter(s)?
He should remember that every newborn son comes into existence because of a woman's agonizing, labor pains and then earns the reputation of "man" by revering her sacredness.
A woman will always remain life's most prestigious flower to the man who adores and cherishes her precious heart.
Written by/copyright Andy David © 2010-present
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