Along A Woman's Road

a poem by Trevor Allan McLeod, Canada

Women are a traveled road
you go without a map
Where yelling their instructions
takes you back to see a lap

When driving for another mile
will help you see the frap
When you will say the other way
was meant for far less crap

That you will say the other way
was turn yourself around
And go back to the very start
and try to guess some ground

When you will know your apt to learn
from others who have failed
When pleasing women from your acts
means less time that they're railed

And you will know a foolish man
will have to learn himself
When women only fire up
for men not like an elf

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