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Omotola is Not just a Beauty


OMOTOLA IS NOT JUST A BEAUTY

I am a woman, I am a beauty
I carry an inestimable Value,
I am the angel of my children
I am an helpmate to my husband

I am a Complete woman of Substance
I am a woman of elegance
I have my personal styles and I am okay with it
I walked with pride, and I raised my head high

I am God special Creation
I am wonderfully and Specially made
I am a mother to all my siblings and mates
I am endowed with beauty

I have no blemish and there is no mistake in my creation
I give all praise and glory to him that make me
I come with ease and comfort to the world
I am a blessings to my parents and my children

I am an Angel on earth, at home and in my world
I am a Queen and a mother of Kings
I am the salt of the earth that's y I am rejoicing
I am full of joy because happiness is my best friend

I am grateful because God made me a WOMAN
I am Strong and am Endowed with Strenght.
I am very unique and I have no replicate
I am wealthy coz I am a Jewel of inestimable value


I am Omotola hannah omo Adekoya, I am the only connection between me and My Man and I deserve to be pampered.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 30, 2013

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