Woman - Poem by Chrysandra Wesley
She carries the weight of the world and of her family,
In a heart ruled by love, honor and duty.
She is the emblem of strength, power and loyalty,
Her ability to care for others so deeply
Is a sign of he true beauty.
Though her burdens may be heavy,
And her feet may be weary,
She goes through life with burdens a many.
Never asking for help, and accepting little if any.
Yet, what is she what man may be mindful of her?
She is more than a wife, a friend and a lover.
Much more than a cook, a cleaner or a mother.
She is God's greatest gift to man
Not to use, abuse and refuse
Just to love her!
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