--Elite Writer Alias: Linzi Name: Linzi Michelle ASL: 24.f.wales Website:[ Website ] Blog:[ Blog ] Days Away: 91 Life Story: Student. [ Ignore User ]
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Thank you so much Linzi for your comment. I am glad it resonated with your thinking. It saddens be greatly how the world is becoming and even more afraid to give birth to children to live in such a world where purity and virtue only exists in the protective cocoon of your home. So it is a frequent dilemma of choosing between teaching your children all the timeless values that are taken for granted at this time or to teach them to be on guard for all times. I like how you said, "Or must we all transform ourselves into spartian 'feminazi's' fighting fire with fire instead of campaigning to exists as individuals to exist peacefully and equally amongst one another." Especially your play with words feminazi! Haha. I do have respect for feminism and bravery, but when it's too much fire and fire don't put each other out unfortunately. This reminds me of Mother Teresa how she always chose peace over fighting over something. She'd say, "I will never attend an anti-war rally; if you have a peace rally, invite me."
Yes indeed she is an incarnation of the feminine mystique in general that speaks to mankind's desire to hold sway over such. She tempts us on a primal level that dwells deep within our subconscious tricking us into revealing the honesty of our primordial instincts toward women in general, and leaving even those who truly love her, when awakened, as a thrall with no earthly recourse.
Your explanation is so moving. As is your poem now that I understand it. Perhaps just changing one word would help others to see what you are showing them better. Maybe if they see they are "her" leaves.