Pearl Weena Marie E. Sabido, M.D.

Rookie (18 April 1982 / Manila, Philippines)

Some Woman


I'd like to say that I do not care
That lately you've been insensitive
I am, after all, my own woman
By myself, all alone, I can live

I'd like to say that I do not feel
The dying fire that was once so alive
I am, after all, a strong woman
I don't need anyone to survive

I'd like to say that I do not cry
Whenever you turn cold and distant
I am, after all, a grown woman
To crumble o'er a man, I'm not wont

But I am, after all, a woman
And even though I really do try
This time I would just have to cave in
Because I do care, I do feel, I do cry

Submitted: Friday, September 28, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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