I Am Her: The Dichotomy of Woman

I’m the feast and the fast
I’m the binge and the purge
I’m the myth and the fact
The reserve and the splurge

I’m the madam and the mistress
I’m the head and the tail
I’m the steady and the distress
I’m the strong and the frail

I’m the future and the history
I’m the clear and obscure
The apparent and the mystery
The infection and the cure

I’m the battle and the victory
I’m the novice and the teacher
I’m the timeless and the novelty
I Am Her.


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