​THE WOMAN IN ME

Some say I am a flower
A flower with mining nectar

A flower which tower

When the sun sits on its shining stool

And wilts when the sun sets

Hey! I am what I say I am!
II

Some say I am many in one

Hair like an oasis which holds current’s pores

Eyes like doors

Mouth like a toffee

Cheeks like mirror which show horrors or hearts

Breast like switches

Legs like paddles

All leading to a perfect plug

Ha! The world of mind decorations!

I am what I say I am!
III

Some say I am a toy

Which loves to act coy

But dress to follow

Pressed to sound

Sing to entertain

Dance to wake some trees

Limp on some middle grounds

But I am what I say I am!
IV

I am fire

Working hard to boil my way to safety

Overstep your space

And burning crowns your folly

I am rain

Falling to feed thirst

You sure can do your laundry after all your cooking

But block me and see the drowning crown

Mind you, I come down when I want to

I am the air of the world

Indulging breath

Serving humanity like a slave

Press my wrong buttons and I leave you clay

Clay which blends in decay!

I am what I know I am!
V

What will the world be without me?

Where will you be without me?

Where will you be without me?

Look into your shadows before making me your robotics

For I am who I say I am

Not your fantasmic animation

Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia (c) July 28, 2017

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