Certain acts of impropriety,
Were never accepted in polite society,
Silliness did surely reign,
Women brainwashed to abstain
Sex, drugs and rock and roll,
Till the one appeared with a big fat, bank roll.
Married and imprisoned in bricks up on the hill,
Disallowed from mixing with folk from the mill,
Boredom and curiosity surely did reign,
Scrubbing floors, doing chores,
Till crushing their socially ideal Amores
Then in time, a belly full of living life,
Presents more duties for the obedient wife,
Motherhood and expectations did surely reign,
Nappies, sleepless nights and restrain,
Then that cycle would be repeated again.
Free speech, Free love became the norm,
The time was ripe for women to transform,
Choices and freedom did surely reign,
Societies silly impropriety became arcane.
Letting women use their judgement
And their brain !
Submitted to dVerse Poet Poetics where the theme was Boundaries