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Published in History & Culture, Literature & Language, Poetry Analysis

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Published in History & Culture, Literature & Language, Poetry Analysis

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Any woman poem: Came to A Strange City

I came the first time to a city of, my new husband's home with a doubt Be aware of the one who is a liar said my villagers louder I was a newly married girl who had never seen a city who had never worn a jacket of fur Since it was an arranged marriage I don't know how my ...
I came the first time to a city of,
my new husband's home with a doubt
Be aware of the one who is
a liar said my villagers louder
I was a newly married girl
who had never seen a city
who had never worn a jacket of fur
Since it was an arranged marriage
I don't know how my husband talk
he looked like a gentleman
But I had never a chance with him for a walk
Now, after watching urban and their lifestyle
I will put a proposal to him
for that matter in a file
His behaviours seem very different
unseen and unmatch
First thing in this city
I have to start talking to him, still
his smile to catch
I had many tears in my uplift, young eyes
I was a girl who just had finished my
studies and suddenly the head took a load of the marriage elephant size
Now the future life has stood in front of me with a sign of cheers
Doesn't matter how much he earns
he is my husband now, a soulmate
Anything it comes I have to eat, live & wear

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