Shakil Ahmed Ismail Tambey

Rookie (15 / 09 / 1960. / Nairobi Kenya)

Every Woman Is Unique


There is something different
about you every day -
you have a style -
a new manner -
a new mannerism each day -

What does this say about you?

That you are individual, singular,
And that you appreciate beauty;

Together with this beauty,
And hugely adding to it,
You smile and are kind;

Your goodness and smiling
means that you have learnt from life and are educated -

Your new mannerism each day -
Showing loveliness -
is the visible sign
That you have learnt the most important lessons of good conduct -

What then does your smiling,
and your kindness
Together with a new, special mannerism each day
make you?

Uniquely beautiful!

Submitted: Friday, June 26, 2009

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  • Rookie - 3 Points Sulaiman Mohd Yusof (7/10/2009 7:44:00 AM)

    Woman is unique and most importantly, loving and adorable.Your poem compliments this so well.Keep writing Tambey! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Siddharth Soni (7/3/2009 3:58:00 AM)

    very pretty description of uniqueness of a women a subject in which almost all the men are intrested amazing 7 is wat i give u (Report) Reply

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