Nefertiti - Poem by Ima Ryma
Nefertiti, Egyptian queen,
In the 1300's B.C.
Famous when her bust made the scene,
Kind of cone head, but quite queenly.
Pharaoh's daughter and wife and mum,
And maybe pharaoh power too.
Many a take in theorydom.
Scholars disagree what is true.
Nefertiti did live and die,
And worshiped Aten, god of sun.
But no sun shows where she may lie,
Remains uncovered, one by one.
Through time, her where a bones be sought,
Nefertiti - mummy or not!
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