|Reviews for Good Question|
| lebuffle chapter 1 . 8/2/2007
The underlining changes the slant of the poem! I first read it, mistakenly, with the emphasis on 'we'. That would say "how did WE end up like this, and not the men?" but the way it stands...
I think, the way you've put it, it's more a sad reflection on a state of affairs.
It could say one of two things:
We have invincible men to save us, so it's pointless to go one feeling weak and needy."
"We shouldn't need invincible men to save us, because we can actually stand in our own strength"
Or it could be a contemplation of both...
I like it. It can be interpreted in lots of different ways, depending on preferred ideology. So it really is a good question!
| smile for the sunshine chapter 1 . 8/2/2007
God only knows, God only knows...