The Woman’s Body, by Jane Obonomen
The woman’s body is an idol to herself
It is the first force she pledges allegiance to
It is a spiritual entity that enwombs diverse emotions
Every touch sends signal to her brain which her heart decodes.
Her body can discern guile and sincerity
Men lay gifts at her feet
And kings fortune to possess her body
No one can actually pay the full price
The woman determines what is enough.
She offers herself to whom she deems worthy.
Money doesn’t buy her body, commitment does.
The richest men are rejected if her body is not appreciated.
She only submits her body to deep love
Her body surrenders to lavishness
Her body feeds on worship
Her body sustains its glow from cherishing.
The woman’s body is a treasure to her man
The man glories in nourishing his woman’s body and for that, he proudly lays down his life for he knows it belongs to him alone.