kwane Lamb

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Daedalian Women


Are you at fault…
That you are a sweet scent of chocolate…
Or live with(weakness, thy name is woman) …
Sensuality and beauty…
Is a blessing…so be blessed…
Be beautiful, passionate, and glamorous…
Be woman…
And let the (man) …live under…
“Frailty, thy name is man…lol…
Argue not with thy inner you…
But wake and bloom with that…
Inner pride and wisdom…
Known to be called…In’tui’tion…
Use that… shape insight…
To take flight…day or night…
Let the (goddess) in you…BE QUEEN…
Sing your… inner song…Shout! …
Let (man) know what…THE…
Woman in you is all about…
Pout…if you must…by all means…
Gain (mans) trust…
Fuss if you may…
You are the pattern maker of your…
Own way…Remember…
Today…is…your…day…

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Submitted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 21, 2013

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