Leaking Pen

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Every Woman


To every woman a godly heart is born
And is the ray of hope in every morn.

Not more sadness from a ripped tarp
But rejoice gladly with song and harp.

The angels pluck each string of light
And the saints responded to God's invite.

Circle of love woven from woman's essence
Mother of us all, She's the heart of heaven.

This is not a question-and-answer session
There's the only one truth in God' heaven.

When God created love He formed it from two
One half his Son, the other from a woman's hue.

A woman's circle large enough to take notice
Of the Cross-, the Crescent, the Star and the Lotus.

Each aromatic petal that forms the perfect rose
Is essence of woman formed God's perfect pose.

Heaven's every pulse is full of gratitude
From a woman's heart celestial magnitude.

To express God's love from my masculine Pen
My poem falls short to capture the essence of women.

Inspired by my friend Kathy

April 19th 2013
Copyright Leaking Pen 2013
Rev Nov 11th 2014

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: woman


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