A Woman With Self-Esteem - Poem by Anjali Chand
Cold but beautiful as snow she seems,
Gracefully she walks out in the day.
Who feels joyous while giving rather taking,
A woman ain't a thing to play.
For she's a WOMAN
A woman who owns her own world,
And owns who is she.
Who's an asset to a man,
not an imposed liability.
A woman to whom man ain't a ladder,
To a man she is backbone indeed.
whom a thousand men try to get,
But each fails to touch the soul within.
A sturdy woman who has the courage,
To empower and to influence.
High heels with a head held high,
With no regrets and repentance.
A firm woman who's prudential,
And makes judgements with conscience.
A woman who takes bold decisions,
Stucks to her words everytime.
A woman who takes her losses,
As the experiences for her new gains.
A woman who knows to command,
Before she wishes to be obeyed.
A woman who's more lucky,
The more she works hard.
A woman who's ambitious,
And not afraid of working in dark.
Now, she's a hard nut to crack,
Woman who was a piece of cake.
Mess with a lady of self esteem,
Bear the brunt until you reach your grave.
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