She! #2

She is like a guitar,                                       She would play to your music.                   But when you treat her improperly,         She may also cause cuts and bruises.

She is like a sword,                                     Shields you in trouble.                                     But if you play with her,                                 She can hurt you worse.

She is like a fire,                                           Just as holy and sacred.                                 But when you touch her inappropriately, The burns are on your way.

She is like a memory,                               which makes your heart skip a beat.         She is like a dictionary,                               which you can never completely read.

She is a miracle,                                               That you will always know.                           She will be your strength when low,       She will be your weakness too.

#dedicated to the strongest she in my life. You inspire me.

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116 thoughts on “She! #2

    1. tiwiam

      So let’s create a world where she can be only the first part of every stanza and the need to turn to second part never comes. Let’s make the world a safer place for her so won’t have to think before falling in love , before trusting a person and going out at night alone.

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      1. Heart to soul. Post author

        Every ‘she’ is important in broad concept. Instead of confining she in just one part of stanza, let her make a part of each line of every stanza. Let her create her own world where she would like to live. And let her express herself the way she would like to.

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  1. A learning poet

    The more I read it, the more I feel the urge to read it again. I am very happy and equally proud to be the ‘she’ for you. I can’t explain how much nonbelligerent do I feel right now.
    And yes, I agree that every women should become that she.

    I loved it Bobo. It has no match. I am very very proud of you. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’‹

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  2. Nishita13

    Hello there,
    Thankyou so much for coming to my blog and appreciating my work!
    Your blog is an open forum about simple yet vital human traits, gracefully portrayed ๐Ÿ™‚
    This poem itself is very powerful, written with courage yet softness.
    Keep writing!
    Be you, everybody else is taken. (Not my quote) โค

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  3. www.linux.org

    Effeัtively like Mommy mentioned, whhen we love ฮฟone another
    and lโฒŸve tาปe world that Jesus died for, that?s
    a form of worship. After we take into considerะฐtion God and lissten to the sermon or in Sแฅ™nday Faculty, that?s a means of worshipping as a result of weะณe learning how grะตat God is and He likะตs that.
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    aะณe? Properly God likes once we talk collectively about how nice he is.?
    Daddy answered.

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  4. KNIGHT

    So beautiful ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ especially the last stanza “she will be your strength when low , she will be your weakness too” ๐Ÿ‘ˆ I just loved the way you wrote it . “She” ought to be respected and loved

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  5. Jeni G.J

    Such a lovely piece.you started the poem powerfully and ended the same way. The only line which was different from other lines was ‘she is like a dictionary which you can never completely read’. And it’s my fav line.Brought smiles๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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