Treasure Island

Yuvarani Sami

(16th September 1980 / Taiping)

WOMAN


Woman,
As a mother,
As a daughter,
As a sister,

And many more other roles,
She plays in the drama of the world,
Woman,
Is a pearl,

Unique, delicate with the shimmering pride,
Strongly will-powered although in a bad weather,
She is the charwoman and great homemaker,
Woman,

She is like an aspirin,
Render us a shoulder to cry on,
Always will be there when needed,
Her smile makes the world joyful and wonderous,

She is a handkerchief,
To wipe off all our tears and sorrows,
Simultaneously, a great corporate,
Stays victorious in all her deeds,
Woman,

Simply great.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 07, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 28, 2011

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