Poetry

There’s nothing more dangerous than a woman which is well-read

There’s nothing more dangerous
than a woman
which is well-read.
She knows the depths
in which you would immediately drown.
She swims in different genres
with tears in her eyes,
creating unique worlds
and emotions, unfamiliar to you.
When she talks, she makes love with words
you’ve never heard of.
You and she aren’t on the same level.
She doesn’t know about the rumors around her,
but she’s always part of them.
Laughing and proud,
she has everything
a man only desires.
Worlds and characters arise of her
which are contradicting her personality,
but they fascinate her.
Many novels write precisely about her,
about her walk as if the whole world
is under her heels.
She leaves traces just by walking in the street.
Well-read and wise,
she never allowed herself to live
only in one world.
Books are her luxury journey.
She peeked inside many lives,
so she became a part of them herself.
Proficient with words, she doesn’t allow anyone
to embarrass her or make her think
that she’s not extraordinary enough.
She’s extraordinary in the way she turns
the pages of the latest novel.
There’s so much inside her,
but she doesn’t belong to anyone.
There’s nothing more dangerous
than a woman
which is well-read.
If you try to humiliate her,
she’ll repay you suddenly,
almost to make you think
you’re like mud.

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