Renee Blackwell


I Am That I Am - Poem by Renee Blackwell

I am that woman you can’t touch
I am that woman that leaves you in lust
I am that woman who bares a child
I am that woman who continually wears a smile
I am that woman who loves in heart
I am that woman who is wild yet smart
I am that woman who is a classic in style
I am that woman you want to stay for a while
For I am that I am

I am that diva girl with hips and a attitude to match
I am that gorgeous girl with the hair draping down her back
I am that girl the boys yell “Aye girl “ to and I laugh
I am that girl that you wish you could have
I am that girl who takes charge at what she wants
I am that girl who is the unique one out the bunch
I am that girl who you can’t afford to receive
I am that girl that always leaves them on their knees
I am that I am

I am that lady you can’t resist when she passes
I am that lady who leaves them In the dust of her past
I am that woman who cares for herself and stands high
I am that woman who is a lover but a devilish fighter
I am that lady who leaves youy stuck in a deep wonder
I am that woman who is a friend to many
I am the lady who doesn’t compare to you or her enemies
For I am that I am

Every woman girl and lady can come to a sense
That no other can compare to a lady girl or woman of such class
Because every woman I mean every woman knows
I am that I am


Comments about I Am That I Am by Renee Blackwell

  • Madina Morris (11/14/2012 9:44:00 AM)


    LOVE LOVE LOVE :) I really love this poem and i think you did such a wonderful job. Nice work, you'll be hearing from me again. Til then my friend, good luck. (Report) Reply

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  • (7/19/2009 9:16:00 PM)


    This poem is wonderful
    I really did enjoy it
    Thank you for making it.
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  • (10/8/2008 4:25:00 PM)


    This poem is AMAZING. I loved it. I'm so glad I stumbled on it and read it. I give it a 10. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2005



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