Not Man Enough

Poem By Hazel Nut

A man is not just one
Who displays his physique
Pays for your luxuries
And entertains you in bed.

A man is one who has emotional muscles
A man is one who protects and secures
A man is one who cushions you in distress
A man is one who shares your pain
A man is one who dares to woo
A man is one who cares to win
A man is one who supports your growth
A man is one who pillars your dreams
A man is one who evokes your admiration
A man is one who epitomizes respect.

True,
You were born a man;
But you never lived to be one.

How can you father my child?
You’re not man enough to be my man.

Comments about Not Man Enough

I love it. Strong, honest, informed. My girlfriend will love it too. Oh, and welcome aboard! Esra Sloblock.


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