Most Guys (Poem)

-I’ve learned, many guys aren’t with gals ‘cause
of love.
-They’re with ‘em just to claim ‘em, like a pet a
kid owns.
-They waste her precious hours being her
watchdog, so she can never think of the
possibility of
ever thriving in a space not under his “thrown.”

-The men who unafraid to let her, who
encourage and push her to shine,
don’t want to rule nor are they in a rush to claim her.
-Sadly, they’re seen as “not assertive enough” or
“not having a spine,”
when it’s they who have the most discipline and
will be the most true.

-So, those are the kind gals often miss
‘cause that watchdog won’t ever let them look
around.
-They growl at you when you walk past their
miss,
not knowing just how pathetic, to you, they
sound.

-And, it’s so sad they’ve trained those gals to not
want nor think there’s better.
-If a man can’t at least start his own business,
won’t maintain his health, doesn’t have a decent car, has no place to
live, or doesn’t have a zest for
knowledge, gals, he ain’t ready.
-If men don’t have these traits, they shouldn’t be
honored as “go-getters.”
-If not striving to fulfill such basic code, Webster
should have a picture of his  face next to “pet·ty.”



With Warm Regards,

 

Note: This piece is featured in my second published anthology, A Pale Face for a Collar: Testimonials of an Office Rat.  For the book description, to experience more poetry like this, or to obtain your own physical or electronic version of this published work, please feel free to view to the book profile on Amazon today, by clicking on the link: A Pale Face for a Collar: Testimonials of an Office Rat (Physical Copy and/or eBbook).

3 thoughts on “Most Guys (Poem)

    1. MCM,

      Thank you, sir. I see a whole lot of women out here needlessly in relationships with guys that don’t fully compliment their being.

      I think that men have it pretty easy these days in terms of earning a woman’s loyalty. As long as you have nice smile, a big truck, a decent sense of humor, and you’re not cheating, it’s just like that’s enough these days–and, that’s like all you need.

      We, as men, should want women to hold us to a higher standard than than possessing such trivial symbols, like the aforementioned of what it means to be a real man.

      I really appreciate you taking the time to read my work, Maurice.

      I will be giving my commentary on your page as well as soon as I get a minute to sit down and really appreciate you work.

      Liked by 1 person

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