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No matter how you try to curtail her, she will once again rise and fly. This poem is a tribute to the woman with an indomitable spirit who was born to fly.
Cut her wings and she will fly
With much more rigor than ever you try
For she knows what’s artless and who’s sly
And all that because she is born to fly
Indomitable mind, resolute spirit
Her gleaming soul can never be trapped
Her depth of love, her breadth of thoughts
Her intensity of endearment, never to be mapped
Only righteous can gauge, her true self and what where she’d stash
Don’t mistake her for a delicate bud
She’s a phoenix, can rise again from the ash
With roots on earth and dreams on sky
All that because she’s born to fly.
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