Whats A Woman To Do


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This poem is dedicated to the Queens of the world the Woman - I pray it will touch your soul, your heart, and your mind...

Much Love,

Whats A Woman To Do

"What’s A Woman To Do..."

What’s A Woman To Do

well some think cook and clean,
Me I think it’s deeper than that

what life has stored for a queen.
When you wake up in the morning

give praise to Our Lord above,
For giving you the breath of life

and trueness of care and love.
Show righteousness in all your ways

and do not let this change

Show mercy and forgiveness child

on those who are deranged.
Show the world you’re truly blest

by ways in which you live,
Be an example to sisters and brothers

how they can live more positive.
Be the queen you’re born to be

and when you come to your throne,
Show courage, strength, and integrity

and remember you’re not alone.
Raise the children you’ve given birth

to be young queens and kings,
And as Stevie Wonder sung in his song

Don’t You Worry About A Thing.
Try to be righteous in life my queen

know God will hold you dear,
So move on with your plans my child

there’s nothing for you to fear.


That Is: “What’s A Woman To Do” (Proverbs 31:10-31)

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VLyric1 commented on Whats A Woman To Do


You are truly a gifted poet. I hope you are publishing your work in a book. I would love to have a copy. Thanks for honoring us women and reminding us to honor ourselves. Did you say you were with Lulu.com? Hit me up.



You can get your copy of the book at the following web site. The Psalter Of The Field - found at: www.lulu.com/thebookcastle1 or you can go to Amazon.com do a booksearch and type in the title. I prefer people go to my website - so I can see the count of books being sold. I thank you in advance for your support - I'm sure you will enjoy it... KD

DennisScott commented on Whats A Woman To Do


I am not trying to be a hater but what part of that came from proverbs. I like the message but the way it is displayed presents an arduous task of understanding to the reader. I know it is your artistic freedom to write as you will but i suggest a comma between forgiveness and child. Also breaking it down into stanzas would help the reader process the message. Don't get me wrong I like and understand your intent I am simply saying it wasn't easy on the eyes.



My brother Dennis reread the scriptures given - 25 strength and honour are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come. 26 She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness. 27 She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness. 28 Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her. 29 Many daughters have done virtuously, but thou excellest them all. 30 Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the LORD, she shall be praised. These are jus the last few verses of the scriptures given hopefully this will shed some light on the subject for you...are for as your thought on punctuality and stanza no thank you this is not english 101 and I do write with the freedom in which a poet is granted to write / right from - I read your material and appreciate your work for what you were trying to bring to the table not for punctuality ill (I'll) check yourself my brother - Mitzi is proof in my pudding and she probably understand and appreciate more than you can she is a woman who can relate - what would you know about What's A Woman To Do - when you think it's only screw...feel me on that my brother (mad or not I still have much love for you)... KD 31Give her of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praise her in the gates.

Mitzi commented on Whats A Woman To Do


Your poem is simply amazing!!! You'redefinitely right about everything you said in you poem. I'm glad you posted because it really inspired me and I know beyond a doubt it will inspire many more!



Thank you Mitzi - I appreciate your comment - I love to see someone of a similar style and mind frame - I would love to work with you - and are you a published author - if you are cool if not let me know - I will be more than willing to shoot you some leads... KD

If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.