Comrade Woman - Poem by Liselotte Reich
There is a true and loyal comrade
And "Woman" is her name,
She's with her man through thick and thin
Gives all her strength - so he might win
And she's not out for fame.
If there are clouds, if there is storm
She'll try to be his sun,
She'd never think to let him down
And smoothes with gentle hand his frown
Till blues are on the run.
She stands beside him day and night
To reinforce his strength
And helps him always where she can
For after all, he's just a man
Her patience has great length.
Citations she will never have
A crown she shall not wear,
If she gets now and then a rose
This comrade fast forgets all woes
And always will be near.
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