Poetry On Odyssey: She Is Woman
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Poetry On Odyssey: She Is Woman

A poem to celebrate and commemorate all women during the month of March.

Poetry On Odyssey: She Is Woman

Here lies a poem dedicated to women all over the world. The month of March celebrates all women. We are indescribable and simply undefinable. Women's History Month maybe only 31 out of 365 days but the meaning of the month stands for the entire year. Celebrate women's month every month!

It is the month of power. We celebrate all of the contributions made by women, the culture that surrounds women and the society of women that has shaped the world.

Here is a poem of empowerment, celebration, and the future of women.

She moves through the world with such grace,

With a walk as bold and elegant as her talk.

She is power, she is inspiration, she is fierce,

She is the wisdom you never thought you needed,

She is woman.

She has no limitations that she cannot overcome.

She has traveled to space, she is a freedom fighter, she is the author whose words still cross our minds today.

She is among hundreds of names that will never be forgotten,

She is Mae Jemison, she is Joan Trumpauer, she is Jane Austen.

She is woman.

The fire in her loin her and the dream that makes her heart beat a little faster is the reason she will continue to rise,

She is the next astronaut, she is the next activist, she is the next writer that the world needs.

She is everything you never saw coming and so much more.

She is the unsung hero of the stories we read, the force that moves mountains across the skyline, the soul that brings the uproar of change,

She is resilient and will not stay silent, she will live out loud.

She takes pride in who she is and who she will be.

She is woman.

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