The Song Of The Oak Tree
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A poem on the strength of women. Never underestimate us or our abilities! <3

The Song Of The Oak Tree

To be the gate,

To be the gate, The entrance to the world,

To be the gate, The entrance to the world, Carrying the weight

To be the gate, The entrance to the world, Carrying the weight Of her burdens,

To be the gate, The entrance to the world, Carrying the weight Of her burdens, The stones of inequity.

In her arms,

In her arms, She cradles,

In her arms, She cradles, A golden medallion,

In her arms, She cradles, A golden medallion, Beams wash over her,

In her arms, She cradles, A golden medallion, Beams wash over her, As she cares for it,

In her arms, She cradles, A golden medallion, Beams wash over her, As she cares for it, During the time,

In her arms, She cradles, A golden medallion, Beams wash over her, As she cares for it, During the time, Of midnight velvet.

After this time,

After this time, She awakens,

After this time, She awakens, Spirit glanced,

After this time, She awakens, Spirit glanced, Through her smile,

After this time, She awakens, Spirit glanced, Through her smile, For she is an oak tree,

After this time, She awakens, Spirit glanced, Through her smile, For she is an oak tree, Strong and unbending.

After this time, She awakens, Spirit glanced, Through her smile, For she is an oak tree, Strong and unbending. W O M A N.

... Though this piece is on feminism, everyone is equal and should be treated the same.

"It is our duty as men and women to proceed as though the limits of our abilities do not exist. -Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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