Serena Constance Grobler

The Strongest Woman Alive - Poem by Serena Constance Grobler

So what happens now
Career, moves forward
My friends, move forward
I seem, to move forward
My issues, undealt with
Live here
My heart, unprocessed
Still here
Watching the movement
Feeling the fight
Forward the motion
Momentum my plight
I act, I see, I believe to be
Moving before others
Leading a path
I, the real stranger
Lighting the bath
The water now clear
My friends can look and see no fear
Direction I give
I guide
My gift
I ponder
As I lead
With my stride
My true feelings I wonder…
Forever to hide?

As I drink I seem to think
As I move I seem to groove
But dare I stand still
And think for me
A moment alone
I wont feel free
I am the strongest woman alive
However alone
I wont survive
My own self
Makes my core crumble
I’ll never show it to the world
As those around me will crumble

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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