Treasure Island

tshilidzi modike

(1984 March 16 / Johhanesburg, South Africa)

respect a woman


YOU CAN FEEL HER PRESENCE IN FORM OF A DAUGHTER
YOU CAN FEEL HER CARE IN FORM OF A SISTER
YOU CAN FEEL HER WARMTH IN FORM OF A FRIEND
YOU CAN FEEL HER PASSION IN FORM OF A BELOVED
YOU CAN FEEL HER DEDICATION ON FORM OF WIFE
YOU CAN FEEL HER DIVINITY IN FORM OF A MOTHER
YOU CAN HER BLESSING IN FORM OF A GRANDMOTHER
YET SHE IS SO TOUGH TOO
HER HEART SO TENDER
SO NAUGHTY
SO CHARMING
SO SHARING
SO MELODIUS
SHE IS A WOMEN AND SHE IS LIFE

NB: THIS IS A DEDICATION TO ALL THE WONDERFUL WOMAN THAT I KNOW AND I HOPE YOU DON’T FORGET THAT YOU ARE SPECIAL.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 14, 2011

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