Leeme Sek'huk'huni (30/10/1989 / Maseru Lesotho)
I am a woman
I'm a woman who never cackle but tackles,
With no pride but who's tight,
Who wishes to bring the changes not chances
who's longing to fight life not buy faces
A woman who takes what she wants when she wants it
A woman who appreciates either the
Destructive or constructive criticism.
Who creates the foundation called the baby
With the intention of building not braking it as it grows.
Which at the end of the day is called a tree of gold
And yet a contaminated flower through failure.
A woman whose intention is to forward
Without turning back,
Letting the passes but never dribbling.
A woman who wants to come to the end of the road
And yes a woman who's happy to say
I'm a woman!
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