Ima Ryma


Woman Will


It has been the man's world too long,
And now it is the woman's turn.
She can do right what he did wrong.
She has had centuries to learn.
It will take work to change the ways
That the man got the world stuck in,
With all the games that the man plays.
Change is no longer if but when.
And the sooner, the better for
The chances for this Earth to last.
The woman will make future more
A work for good than was the past.

A woman's work is never done.
The woman's world has just begun.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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