I'm that Woman


I'm that Woman.
Sharon Maria Moemise

The reason I'm feared by those who know me not
or that I'm respected by those who get what I got
'Cos I'm the embodiment of strength, love and beauty
I'm here for a purpose, and not just out of duty.

As Woman I claim my place on this wondrous earth
Through pain and suffering, to man I gave birth
Never will I be shunned by all who sucked my strength
I'm a woman, I own the planet by its breadth and its length.

The universe ruled by Woman is called "Mother" Earth
Upon her was bestowed the best of nature's girth
She runs into no corner to hide from anyone's wrath
She stands up to all who put claim to blocking her path

I'm a woman with strength to allow the weak to lean on
I am Her who spread love to known and the unknown
I'm the one whose God given inner beauty spreads like a fan
Whose femininity helped create the miracle called man

I'm that woman who gives pleasure and receives pain
I'm a mother, sister, daughter, upon that that I lay claim
I'm the driver, the mechanic the peace and the love maker
I'm the housewife, the lover. I'm the mover and the shaker.


  • Author: SharonMoemise (Offline Offline)
  • Published: December 7th, 2016 00:51
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • Tony36

    Awesome Awesome Awesome

  • SharonMoemise

    Thanks Tony

  • Garth Rakumakoe

    A phenomenal work of art from a phenomenal pen. This poem swallows the ocean whole! - Magnanimous! Embellished with such courage - I love it!

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