What defines me
Am I A Woman?
Phonetically I am MAN of
Biblically I am
Universally, I am the creator.
Deep within this vessel holds the seeds to all of humanity
Some they call me
Because I nurture
And water love on all my children
And even if I'm barren, or chestless
Not curvaceous and a sexist
I AM a woman.
Booty meat and twinkling eyes
round hips and thighs
I'm more than what you see
get over meat
I am a womb-man
Favor is deceitful and beauty is fleeting
All things cycle with a new lifetime preceding
this flesh and bones are for some seasons
But my spirit man is infinitely breathing (breathe)
Appreciate the woman that
God made from Adam
In atoms my existence is a force it's non resistant to the flow of my feminine nature.
It's is the essence of me.
But (she) and (her) and institutional descriptions
of what the world classifies me as is not what I am first.
Firstly I am the great I am. I am that which I am,
that which I was created, before imprinting and mocking and what charm school taught me I am me.
Characteristically I uplift and exhort, I love,
and I culture light before I reproduce life and breast feed. Get over this meat.
Of the womb, rib which I was pulled was turned into a second gender to foster life.
That is me
Of the womb, in many ways
More than misogynistic boxes of society.
Except the attractiveness of my warm heart that I welcome you in
The Crooked smile couldn't factor in
This meat that my soul inhabitants
Is less than what I'm trying to inspire men, I am of you
But you would be nothing without womb man me