john chizoba vincent
I Am A Woman - Poem by john chizoba vincent
Handle me softly for I am
Your bone is much stronger
Isn't it privilege that I am a
Show me love for I am
Look into my eyes and see the blood
That makes me a woman,
Love never feel so good to my kind
I seek for the power to be who I am
A woman needs affection and care,
Treat me well and I will give
You that love which speaks greater than
The voice of malala Yousafzai.
Love my presence and feel my absence
Take me to your heart of gold.
I am a woman in her prime,
Pure and quick in happiness;
Whose beauty breaks thousand walls.
My body is still young and tempting
Calling for a man who could take care of it,
Treat me well for I am a woman.
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