Joy Lovelet Crawford

(December 8th 1963 / Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica. W.I)

Woman Invincible


Wisdom ingrained in you from birth
Outstanding with every step, your entire length and girth
Made in the image of your creator
Adapting everyday, becoming greater
New opportunities you create as you learn to love yourself in a special way.


Instinctive far more than any creature
Now need to rise up and cease your future
Vigilant in how you approach
Intricate details, subjects, we must broach
Never yielding in your quest
Claim every skill needed to be your very best
Intimate probing you must embrace
Because you are at the centre of the human race
Life will not roll over and hand you a dime
Eventually if you value you, you will win all the time.

Submitted: Thursday, March 22, 2007
Edited: Saturday, February 05, 2011
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