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I Am The Daughter

Updated: Jul 4, 2020

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I am the daughter,

Of a woman who knows pain in all its forms A woman who had no choice but to endure life as it came There was never an easy time in her life growing up She was left a victim of circumstance when her mother died and left her at the age of 14. Never been told of a father A young girl left in the hands of strangers Who promised to take care of her

Little did she know that People lie and abuse you

People make excuses People can be selfish People Are People

People make promises they can't keep

And they can be all sorts of hell. 

She learnt very quickly, that the world is a very cold place, for a young teenager. 

Motherless and clueless. This young girl grew up relying on God Hoping one day to find a place She can call home She learnt to survive through winter and its violent storms

For many years that was all she had ever known Life as she knew it, was cruel.

But, God had His hand upon her He watched over her He knew what her future would hold He had a plan and a purpose Years later a beautiful wife and mother of three All that life put her through was a test of her character and strength

I Am The Product Of, A woman of virtue Determined in all she does No one can bring her down For if it wasn't for her, I wouldn't believe that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

I Am The Product Of,

A brave and courageous woman And to me being a woman is a privilege We are powerful and strong We carry the weight of the world on our shoulders. We put smiles on people's faces, even when we are broken inside We can achieve anything we set our minds to We are more than conquerors through Christ our Lord

Women Are: Warriors & Angels Made Of Glitter & Gold Bright & Beautiful Crowned In Glory Majestic & Precious Beings We are more than our pretty faces, hips, and thighs. That's the exterior, Our shell, Our temple Being a woman means so much more We are royal. New Generation Queens. Products of women that have known pain, but still live to tell the tale.

By Michelle Mudavanhu

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