A strong woman


when stereotypes expected you to be a muscular he
you born as the most incredible she

carrying the fire fragments of a thousand suns
be the reason of change
easier said than done

even the stars were startled, but sure
your golden psyche made the tophet pure

there's a lot more you did
from ignoring the creepy unwanted chase,
to fighting with those annoying male gaze

when you were taught to be graceful, soft and fragile
you preferred being strong, bold and agile

when you were expected to have a divine complexion
you glinted as the most alluring imperfection

you could not fit in the perfect frame
doesn't matters,
coz, you were there to ace the game

looking mysteriously gorgeous as a wild rose
precious yet rare, i suppose

your corner was naturally a dimon
coz, you never apologized for being a STRONG WOMAN

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