Kenneth J Thompson

Rookie (03/29/1968 / Rochester New York)

Woman


Although the last of all creation
From a single bone to God’s greatest inspiration
A bone designed to protect thy heart
Encaging me in the realms of your inner parts

Woman that is why for you I sing this song
Woman, to give you thanks for all you have done
Woman, for giving life when there was none
Woman, for giving birth to your son

Bone of your bone and fl esh of your fl esh
Because of you woman I now exist
For from your fragments, I was made whole
Your very elements have fashioned my soul

Woman, that’s why I sing this song for you,
Woman, to show my thanks for all you do
Woman, for giving love that is so true
Woman, I’ll always love you

Knowing that I could’ve been aborted
I thank God that your thoughts were sorted
Denying yourself of wants and needs
You gave birth to your tiny seed

Copyright2008 by Kenneth J Thompson

Submitted: Tuesday, May 04, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, May 04, 2010

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