Leena Ajay Pimple

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She Is A Woman Poem by Leena Ajay Pimple


Our whole existence revolves
Her presences around make things transform
She has a vision
Capable to strengthen
She is a woman
And can make the organization function

She knows how best to handle a situation
Her actions plans are almost certain
She is a woman
And loves to lead more than often

Life in essence
Can be social influence process
Her strong emotions can have
Charismatic effects
She is a woman
And does things with determination

Her dreams are as deep as ocean
Her passion for coordination
Will toughen our actions
She is a woman
And will never let our spirits dampen

She know how to shape the workplace
For all the events
From effort estimation to expenditure to task strategy
There are no boundaries
All her interactions are human
There is a stronghold
She is a woman
And never gives ups from nine to eleven

Life can be just a prayer
For a woman who has ability to factor in
The emotions in herself and others
Contributes to leadership with great vigor
She is a woman
And loves to do it in style and fashion
She is a woman with passion!

Submitted: Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, April 04, 2012
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