Monday, November 16, 2015

spoken word poetry - "Like a Woman" by Annabelle Fern

In this piece of spoken word poetry the speaker in the beginning tries to conform with society and change herself to please the "crocodiles" or the on lookers. By the end of the poem after reflecting on the views of the on lookers and forgetting their judgement, the speaker raises her child to be a true woman. A woman who doesn't care about the views of the onlookers. The child is raised free of the pressures of society.

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