You beauty you. It’s not your bathing suit, it’s not the pictures of your sensual outfit or the makeup painted over your visage that say you are a queen. You are born in royalty. Oh Daughter of God, princess of peace and personality, you are not justified through the eyes opened wide of man at your side. There’s no thing on earth that has your grace, your womb, your light. Don’t attempt to change your nature. Never allow anyone to halt your grandeur. It is through you and the queens of this earth that God has brought upon the expansion of life and mankind. A man gives you his seed, and within you, grows the fruit of love. You are presented with a house and you make it a palace. It is you that is the most prized accompaniment any man could ask for. It is women who are chosen to carry and grow the body of a new soul. They are equipped with a strength that no man can find, with a power that only God provides and a wisdom of the female mind. Woman. The only tone in which to utter this name, is one with honor and dignity. You are royalty. Royals never allow anyone to come into their kingdom and disrespect them. Royals do not tolerate indecency or misconduct. They are imperfect and human, but they strive for excellence in all things, obtaining knowledge, wisdom, power, humility and righteousness; highness, as though they are reaching for the highest of stars. What is mere woman? What is mere man? Queens and Kings I tell you.

  • Author: Leya Virago (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 12th, 2018 17:44
  • Comment from author about the poem: I wrote this during a time when my self worth was in trial. I had mixed messages that were competing with each other and then I gained some wisdom from various sources. God reminded me of the place I hold in His eyes. A reminder that I am of royal blood through Jesus. Another of my short pieces. It's not a rhyme, it's not a sonnet, but I like the flow of thoughts. Comment if you like. :)
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