A Woman is MORE
by Sandra S Corona
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Women, long considered 'fragile', are a lot stronger than given credit for.
A woman is no bore when push comes to shove.
whether saint or sinner, her nerves may shatter.
Women are more than a vessel for one’s love.
Don’t trade her as barter
(she’s weapons … a garter).
A woman is MORE than most men would dream of.
Only women can be mothers. Men? Oh, brother!
She may be sweet when nesting or can be rude.
She’ll turn in a minute—on you and others.
Pregnancy’s fuse is crude …
she’s oft not ‘in the mood’.
A woman is MORE than a thing to adore.
Women swell into whales and waddle as well.
Even with troublesome cramps, she’s work to do.
Maybe she’s nauseous. Don’t say, “Something smells!”
Like a cat … she’ll attack,
maybe steal your ‘Big Mac’.
A woman is MORE than most men would e’er know.
Women hover--sometimes flock--o’er their children.
Try to guide kids, even in play, day by day.
When all is well you’ll see her graciously grin.
Her emotions do sway;
in sorrow … ebb away.
A woman is MORE when she knows what’s in store.
Women only rest when finally sleep.
The ground is so cold but tears water it deep.
You will wish her return, her ways … loving, sweet.
She’s gone … makes no peep
for God has her to keep.
A woman is MORE than even they dream of.
You didn’t KNOW her? Weep--
that dear woman’s asleep.
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|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
I have enjoyed the reading of "A Woman is MORE". It is a poetic bouquet multi colors orchids.
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader)
|Thank You from all the women in the world. Wonderfully well written and leaving no doubts at all. Absolutely Magnificent Sandy!
Love Tracey xo
|Reviewed by Larry Rochelle
|Best praise of woman since the song "It's a man's world" as sung by Patricia Kaas. Check it out!|
|Reviewed by Danielle Mundy
|I enjoyed this :) As a woman who has three children, I can also relate very well.|
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|Right on and woo, woo, woo. You said a mouthful darling and I second this statement.|