Seinu Abdulgafar


A Beautiful Word


What a beautiful word, Woman
An Angel of life to babies, woman
A complement in a man's life, woman
A wonderful flower which does not grow on soil
A paradigm of beauty

Fragile but a very strong word
Easy to convince but hard to understand
Mild from infancy to senescence
Abstraction in the world
Light on the touch of living
Elate to man's world

The mirror hails woman
The ornaments hail woman
Woman's voice is a lullaby to the ears
Woman, a boom and doom to the eyes

A mother, woman is patient and loving
A wife, woman is understanding and loving
A daughter, woman is adorable and interesting
Woman, perfume of the world
Woman, a beautiful word indeed

Submitted: Thursday, April 03, 2014
Edited: Sunday, June 01, 2014

Topic(s): uplifting


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