inexpiably ineffable, it's a tough subject, or is it just a tough crowd. I fear that rabbit hole is as deep as the cosmos is vast. Congeniality is a great ice breaker but not a great teacher. Amity wins every time. Just what I needed another comment from you. Entertaining stuff. Thanks Lloyd.
Actually, having learned something of that which you speak this piece went through some revisions so I have added them in honor of your visit. Try a re-read if your interested. I like it a lot better now.
Thanks Lloyd for your comment on my poem, "Sisters, Mothers, Friends, Foes". I see what you're saying about women being so essential to society and to particularly to man. I guess what I was getting at is the bond women seem to share outside of that is something completely unique and nearly unbreakable. In my experience there is something beyond even what "sisterhood" would indicate that occurs within particular groups of women-- regardless sometimes of if we even like each other or not. Our strength bonds us, as does our vulnerability. Even resentment does not deter us from sticking to one another like glue. There seems to be some primal need to form our own little groups and subgroups. We hold each other up, or tear each other down, but either way we never really let go of our need to be "involved" . . . sometimes entrenched in each other's lives. Is there anything like that with men? Beyond maybe family. I don't know.