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He Said He Wants to Be a Woman
by Cynthia A. Buhain-Baello
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"But if you do not do what is right, sin is crouching at your door; it desires to have you, but YOU MUST MASTER IT."

Genesis 4:7

"Just let me go!
God made a mistake-
It's what I know
This love is a fake!"

With utter despair
He cried to be free
From his prison there
Into his fantasy.

An abysmal confusion
A mixture of roles
Of hopeless depression
A search to be whole.

His desires for men
Growing deeper inside
Consumed him by then
He no longer could hide.

"I am a woman," he said
Watching his wife cry-
"Share another man's bed
That is what I will try."

So he left her to be
A woman of illusion
From a HE to a SHE
Craving men's affection.

From lover to lover
He searched for acceptance,
But sadly discovered
Love's elusive substance.

It's not Love to be used
Drained of one's resources,
Rejected and abused
By the greed of leeches.

The delusion was such
That he could not take it
Suicide offered much
Quiet peaceful relief.

Now this woman a man,
Lies in his/her casket
A forgettable human
Filled with so much regret.

It's the devil's deception
And the price is too great,
For to live in rebellion,
Without God - a sad fate!


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Reviewed by Connie Faust
Cynthia, thanks for reviewing my poem "Your Burden." I thought I'd see if you wrote anything lately, but it's been a long time. Your voice was powerful in what you wrote.
This one is so sad, but it does happen. It's sad that people obey their own thoughts and desires, disregarding what our Creator-God has said so emphatically!.
Reviewed by Susan Smith
I did a man that was in my church, who had his sex changed to solve his emotional problems. I left the area, then came back. I asked what happened to this person. He/she was living in a half way house and was murdered. I felt very sad for this troubled soul.
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
If things go well it is because man had good luck, if things go bad it is God's will, man have an explanation for everything.
For dogs a tree is not a problem, a tree is a tree and it's grateful for anybody planting one.


Reviewed by Paul Berube
You hit the nail right on the head with this Cynthia. God DOES NOT make mistakes. It is our sad, sad society that has created this sickening and worsening problem. Not only for the 'hes' wanting to be 'shes' and vice/versa but also for the gays. God said, "NO!" What part of no don't they understand? God bless my friend. I really fear for the future generations of this sad excuse for a (civilized?)planet.
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