Elements Of A Woman - Poem by Maureen Baker
She is fire, bright and warm;
All consuming, perpetual motion.
She's dangerous if mistreated
She is water, swift and cool;
Flexible and strong in patience.
She's fluid and always changing.
She is earth, strong and steady;
Firm and supportive, crushingly powerful.
She's stronger than she seems.
She is air, light and lofty;
A soft touch or a shredding force.
She's fickle and flighty.
As a woman, she is many things;
A blessing, a curse, a guide through troubled times.
She's all that you loath, all that you desire.
Earth, Air, Water, Fire.
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