A Woman of Virtue

A woman of worth greater than rubies

Never failing to fulfill her duties

Through cold and drought it is no matter

Ensuring her family stays warm and gets fatter

Strength she carries and fierceness she displays

Fruitful and good in all of her days

A light so bright not dimmed by night

Early to rise before first light

Escaping idleness to see our needs fulfilled

Also enterprising, greats profits she yields

By the work of her hands we are clothed and fed

By the wisdom and kindness of her tongue we are led

Surely towards heaven she is raised 

And by me she shall be praised. 

This poem is about: 
My family

Comments

Jan Wienen

Great reminder

Pandamaiwenn

Absolutely Beautiful.

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