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Sinyakena s poetry that make me sit up and listen The phrase adult girl points to the dichotomy of women struggling against time Often women are referred to as girls in a way that encourages a diminishing of maturity and power within relationships I rarely hear men referred to as boys in the same way I know The Hags Contract Birthright 4 from my own experience how empowering it can be to start to grow into myully adult self only to eel the pang of disappointment when grown men refer to me or to a group of women in a professional setting as girls This poem brought those feelings back to me immediately I know she ll be unwillingShe back to me immediately I know she ll be unwillingShe not A HAPPY SPORTSHE LL BREAK OUT happy sportShe ll break out that thrush againCause she s the diva sort Have You Seen My Vagina Samantha Sinyakena WomanhoodAside rom the serious messages in this book there were many poems that made me snort or chuckle This was one of them Our womanly bodies are mystical magical and completely unpredictable at times Sometimes it eels as if the slightest change in the breeze can cause my body to respond in ways that are inconvenient Still I am always in awe of herThis poem Goes On To Talk About on to talk about we ve got to have a chat and get along with our bodies somehow because amazing things like having a baby may be reuired Being in tune with my body has always been a difficult endeavour It s often like a dance that changes once I think I ve learn. Biographical in its inspiration the writer Samantha Sinyakena holds no punches as she takes us through her thoughts and emotions Some. But I hate to be cast awayLike a receiptI won t allow itNo I won t allow it I Am Woman Samantha Sinyakena Womanhood From the University Of California Publications In Zoology Vol 9 first poem in Samantha Sinyakena s Womanhood the reader is met with a no holds barred look into the author s experience of life as a woman This book is certainly notor the aint of heartFrom the beginning of the book we are warned that the author uses the ull spectrum of our colourful lexicon Sinyakena
courageous in her descriptions in way that made me David Lloyd George flinchrom time to time Her irst poem I Am woman clearly marks the power of her words clearly marks the power of her words she declares what she will and won t allow in terms of her treatment by the patriarchyI ind the use of the word receipt particularly interesting in that it also assumes that a woman is somehow an object to be purchased A common phrase Report Of The Utility Review Committee To The 1985 General Assembly from my younger days was to hear that when women were dating or married they were described as off the market This never sat well with me butor a long time I didn t have the language to describe why The poet nails it here If women are objects to be purchased they can just as easily be discarded as if their choices and eelings don t matter Sinyakena won t allow it and neither will I Now this adult girl still hopesYou ll changeFrom an iron heartAnd lonely days Ignorance Of A Soul Samantha Sinyakena Womanhood There are so many small passages within. This modern poetry book takes the reader on a refreshing journey into the narratives surrounding the concept of 'Womanhood' Semi auto. ,