Cupidappears in Falling in Love
This is the author of love.
Sexappears in Making Love
This happens when love is combined with passion.
Motherappears in Motherhood
This is a figure everyone has a connection with as we all have one.
Lonelinessappears in Breaking Up
This is the vulnerability of all who love, and none can experience its bitter sting more profoundly than women.
Wifeappears in Marriage
The women's movement probably has affected no other institution in society as much as this role.
Acceptanceappears in Love Itself
This serves as a foundation for receiving love as an ongoing reality, without which, it is questionable whether real love exists.
Working appears in Work
This has always been the lot of women--whether in the home, or in the aircraft assembly plant, or in the New Orleans whorehouse.
Deathappears in Death and Grief
This is an inevitability that strikes the poets whose...
This section contains 216 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)