Posts tagged ‘womb’

March 9, 2018


by pranabaxom

First published on my blog,, on March 9, 2016 in honor of International Women’s Day, 2016. This poem was also a part of my “52 weeks journey with the letter “W”, an weekly poem for 52 weeks starting with a word with the alphabet “W”.

Wonder everyday
Where would we be
Without them

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September 3, 2014


by Seafarrwide


Poem by Wendy Norman

It’s warm inside with muted song
My mama purrs this is where you belong
I float and twirl not a care in this world
You dream of me to be unfurled

I cannot see but float and twist
Swooshing waves of fluid to resist
I hear your heart pounding deep
My life depends on this drum beat

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March 23, 2013

Silver spoon.

by Harry


Some are born with a silver spoon,

others not even grey,

Some are born with a right to live,

Others can only pray.

They wait for their bundle of joy

with nervous anticipation,

While THEY can’t help

but think of it as another burden.

They buy toys and dresses

even before it leaves the womb,

while THEY can only think of

finding it space in their 10X10 bedroom.

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