Woman -A Poem

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Woman -A PoemTo the bearer of nations, it is you I call,

The last of the creator’s creations, it is you I call,

To you whose weakness, falls the strength of nations, it is you I call,

To the foundations of generations, it is you I call,

Oh how wonderfully and fearfully you are made,

Your beauty traverses and transcends boundaries,

To those who knew, you are called woman,

Woe-be-the man that despises you,

To you whose flaw, flaws the flawless,

Weapons of war could not bring you down

Samson, the strength of the world, was a molehill before thee,

Solomon, the wisdom of the world, was a folly before thee,

David, the king of the world, to thee has fallen,

The light cum the darkness of the world,

I do not eulogise thee, but idolise thee,

To ye that is the descendent of Eve,

Lonely could have being the name of the world without thee.

© 2013 – 2017, Akaho Felix Dzidula Junior. All rights reserved.

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A Ghanaian, currently with the Prestigious Ghana Institute of Journalism studying for a B.A Degree in Communications (Journalism option). I love reading, watching football and at most times, blogging. Basically, I devote a chunk of my leisure time working on and perfecting my writing career. It's my dream to become a renowned Journalist, Lawyer and Author.

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