Tina Chan


To Be A Lady


To Be A Lady
Women's suffrage movement occurred in 1848
Women's right to vote was granted in 1920
A lady has an image to project
As per Emily Post Etiquette
A modern woman is independent
Capable
Discreet
Respectful< br>Sexy and alluring
Graceful
Polite

To Be A Lady
Heels add height
Amazing I was able to walk and dance
Cosmetics brings out my features
Enhancing my beauty
The color flight perle #830 nail polish adds shimmer
For my petite hands
A velvet dress skirt feels natural
Tights provide warmth from the bitter cold
Jewelry transforms the plainness into glamorous
A matching bracelet with necklace made a difference

To Be A Lady
A broken finger nail
Cramped achy feet from stiletto heels
An irritated eye from improperly applying eye liner
Sufferings endured
No pain, no gain

To Be A Lady
A complete make-over transformation
A pleasure to glow as a lady
Enduring the struggles, a modern woman blooms
Champagne Rose blossoms

Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012

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