Treasure Island

Vangile Mtyali

(1989/06/07 / south africa johannesburg)

a woman's value


value me as a woman
I value myself
I value my beauty
I value my tender loving care
I value my virginity
I value my body
I value my pride as a woman
value me as woman
cause where ever I go
I always bring love and joy
because I'm the flower of the earth
which makes everything ok
value me
by giving me a thousand roses
value me by making me queen
value me
by writing me a thousand messages
telling me how much you love me
and how important I am
not only to you but to the world it's self
because without me the world would be a terrible place to be in
value me by putting me to paradise
value me by a song a lovely song

Vangile Mtyali

Submitted: Friday, October 01, 2010
Edited: Friday, October 05, 2012

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