hart lauretta


A Virtuous Lady Poem by hart lauretta


A lady that loves Godand seeks him first in all she does
A lady of dignity that works diligently
A lady that does good to her neighbourhood
A lady that is graceful and grateful
A lady with a brave heart and great deeds
A lady with a glorious and infectious smile
A lady that walks in the company of excellent ladies
A lady that keeps herself busy with worthwhile things
A lady that touched livs no matter how little
A lady that is admired and seen as a role model
A lady of focus an insight
A lady that knows that she is worth more than thousands of jewels and cannot be messed around with by any one
A lady that packages and prepares herself well for her perfect man
and to crown it all, a lady of unweighable wisdom

Submitted: Sunday, June 23, 2013
Edited: Monday, June 24, 2013

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this poem was written to inspire all ladies out there to remain strong and to know their value seeing the way some ladies are been maltreated and downgraded

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