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A Woman's notebook
by jeanne rene watson
Sunday, September 26, 2004
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*the painting is Two Women by Marie Laurencin 1883-1956*


~a woman’s notebook~


this body mine
permissive
soft you say
fine downy flesh
i invite you
run your fingers over my willow arms
brushing back the silk-thin hair
and watch it fall back into perfection

please excuse this smile amused
as to what makes you think
i actually change my mind


child balanced upon round hips
strong pelvis
this body mine
the builder of men
these hands braced upon my physical fortitude
i invite you in

i paint my lips in shades of mona lisa mystery
and rest patience in my lap
until you see my cast iron bone
and ready bayonet
do not turn your back on me
to find i am the enemy of indifference
and that i strike with the intent of drawing blood

come
come surrender in my arms
drink my milk from swollen ready breast
wipe my tears
and bury yours in my hair cast across a scented pillow
let my body be a warmed coverlet
yours to rest beneath
but remember
i live the night with opened eyes

look upon my profile
follow the roman line of my nose
to once again the fine hair over my lip
and if you give touch to my quiet kiss
you will find the quake that lies deep within the earth

please excuse i stare at your look bewildered
to say only this in passing

~ absent the prerogative
i have had many a foot
placed grossly on my stomach
to hold me to a burial
but i am the loam
i am the rock
i am the fallen leaf
the worm
the brush
and the pregnant seed

to answer your question
the difference is
you do not see how much of a man
i am

~to these fathers, sons and husbands
i see all of me
that you hold inside

~and so it goes
with thoughts from a woman’s notebook~



jeanne rene 9/04
 
 
 

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Reviewed by Axilea MU 9/26/2007
This poem left me speechless. Your words meet something that is deep inside of me. It is a very personal, unique poem, yet it is universally feminine in nature.

I simply loved it!

Axilea
Reviewed by Handsum Hart 10/10/2004
Outstanding, I really enjoyed this.
Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger 9/30/2004
Poet, there are too many exceptional lines within the sensual stanza’s, which easily flows off the page, in order for me to pick out a favorite. An excellent well-crafted composition. I enjoyed the read.
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 9/28/2004
Unique N Different,i.e. We Make Our Way By Way we Are Made!

Thank You Your Comments!

TRASK
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/28/2004
Well Jeanne to say you rock would be an understatement!;-)
This is a tour de force of your womanhood, and an honest
appraisal of your feminity,combined. Exceptional write!
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 9/28/2004
Jeanne,

This is art. No, it is power. Thank you for showing me to your page. What an incredible poem. ~ Sara
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 9/28/2004
Jeanne,

A remarkable write - not only of great depth, but of poetic conviction - excellent!!

Robert
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 9/28/2004
This is one fantastic poem I loved the soft examination of the female in this one... nice art work too.

LP
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 9/27/2004
Applaud Applaud Applaud

wow this is really exciting poetry
enjoyed enjoyed enjoyed!!!
Reviewed by Lori Moore 9/26/2004
Wonderful poetry.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 9/26/2004
Deep, intense and a great description of what a woman is.
Reviewed by A PAX 9/26/2004
incredible words.......teasing almost.......yet pleading as well.......pax A
Reviewed by Peter Paton 9/26/2004
Femininity is a beauty and jewel from Heaven...Jeannerene..
A gift from God to lonely man...always to be loved and cherished in a sacred union..
Beautiful and serene write..
Love
Peter
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