Andiswa Mvanyashe

Call Me A Woman - Poem by Andiswa Mvanyashe

Rose that grows stronger than a tree
You carry food to the nations
You bring leaders and heroes in this world
Your dignity calms the storms
Call me a woman!

With my hands I mold,
Caring and giving love to the nation
Softness that produce strong soldiers
Soldier in making fighting for a better life for all
Call me a woman!

Creator of warmth in this cold world
Beautiful rose, you glow in the dessert world
Builder that will never give up
In your milk we drink and live
Sender of an important output to the world
Call me a woman!

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  • (5/23/2012 11:58:00 AM)

    Thiza, ndiqale ngaphi ke ngoku,

    I really admire the theme of this write, truely reflects the most valueable human being of their kind, the deep insight defines a women to the fullest, I love this poem, being a person who bares so much respect for women I feel honored to read this, bubuncwane besihobe, esiphuhlisa umthamo kwakunye nokubaluleka komntu osisini sibubhinqa, ndizityand'igila ngalombongo, ndenziwa nalibhongo endinalo ngamabhinqa andibeke kulendawo ndikuyo uqobo.

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  • (5/23/2012 6:08:00 AM)

    I definitely call you a woman for my strength comes from you, for all the trials and tribulations would have conqured me if no woman was standing beside me giving me courage and support! !

    WOW! ! Salute to the poetess, simnandi qgithi esi sihobe, engathi ukumkani wamazulu angakusikelela alivuselele njalo ithamsanqa akuphe lona! ndiyazidla ngawe ntombi..
    Siya_! !
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, May 25, 2012

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