Natasha Caroline Norville


“I Am”


I am a lioness,
Strong and fearless.
I am a lion,
Ferocious and tame.
I am a tiger,
With anger I strike.
I am a cheetah,
With speed, I defend.
I am a panther,
In the dead of night I walk.
I am a fox,
Cunning and silent.
I am an owl,
Wise in battle.

I am a mountain,
That stands strong.
I am a tree,
That grows tall.
I am the night
Dark are my ways.
I am the day
That turns despair into light.

I am a sword,
My aim is true.
I am a shield,
Protector and guardian of my owner.
I am a fighter, a warrior
Who fights for freedom.

I am a mysterious woman
Of the night and of the day.
Appearing in time of need.
And disappearing when no longer needed.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 12, 2013

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