Last poem for April's Poetry Month.
|Expensive jewelry does not make a sincere woman
The newest dress does not tell her real worth
A day at the spa is just a diversion
And the car she drives hides her bulky girth.
She cannot cook or boil a simple egg
Her mind is full of self gratifying dreams
The only exercise she does is going shopping
When the day is over, life's only a pipe dream.
Smart men seem to see through this glass facade
They need a friend, an equal who they can trust
Someone who will show compassion to people around them
And her nice personality is not just an outer crust.
And for women, the advice be no phony, just yourself
It takes courage to lower your personal blockade
But in the long run the good men will seek you later
And will give you respect and admiration that will not fade.