The strength of a real woman is not measured by the impact that all her hardships in life have had on her; but the strength of a woman is measured by the extent of her refusal to allow those hardships to dictate her and who she becomes. Its been a long time that I have written for my own self – work, travel, parties and social life has captured precious moments. However, end of 2013 has incited me to think and write about my feminine inhibitions.
Free thy from your err Free thy from your lust I come thee with a life I come thee with a dream; Kill me if you want But one day I shall come With a pot of gold And then You will say “I wish I had more of them” I wish I had given you the sunshine And not end you in thy womb; I know Girls fly With a twinkle in their eye Trust me one more time I can bring you wealth and health Trust me one more time I can give you all; Let me live like my brother Let me enjoy your warmth Trust me I can give you...
I have travelled fast and young – far and near – mountains and waterfalls- deserts and oceans –but my thirst for the eternal travel is still very young- I still feel like a kid when I pack my bags – and book my destinations- I still feel the pangs of excitement and the vigor- the titillating honor of being a guest amongst nature – and enjoying the privilege in the noise of my own self.
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Selecting a term
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