Wordless Wednesday

in , , by Linda A Kinsman, Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Not exactly wordless I know, but I wanted to share this poem with you.  I very carefully extracted this from one of my magazines a few years back and scanned it in so I could share it with my friends. Today I thought I'd share it with my new friends: you.   My readers who have been lifting me up and helping me out lately, so read this poem and know I am thinking of you!

Ode To Women

If indeed it's a race
Then the chicks do the most
It isn't a brag
Or an estrogen boast
It's women who've led me
With big open hearts
If not for their love
I'd have failed at the start
And it's not just the mothers
I speak of them all
It's a woman there first when somebody falls!

The multi of tasking
That's easy to tease
I dare a great man
to try it all, PLEASE!
So this is my shout out
My rallying cry
To women all over
I hold you up high
And though there are others
Who think this poem strange
It's the women who plant
The root of big change.

Author: Jamie Lee Curtis

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