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Taming The Other Shrew
Taming the Other Shrew
By: Juliet Stewart Austin
So you tried, to shame me into being
to stifle my voice ...
to make me into that which I cannot,
Unlike the Day's of old, I have a voice.
I cannot be what you want me to be
I must be free to express that which in me cries out
for a mate worthy of my free expressive state.
He who knows how to harvest a wild Child like me
Don't bother trying to tame this Shrew.
A Women of my caliber you cannot expect
to follow along meekly, blindly
surely you jest!
Free to express, that which in me harkens to be released,
I'm not a caged bird waiting to be petted, I fly freely wings outstretched
The beauty that is me; cannot be caged, tamed, shaped, and molded.
If your idea of Woman is to lay,
and not expect that she be of mind and thought?
Harken hence, as I'll only say this once
It is you who are not worthy of me.
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