WHEN SLEEPING WOMEN WAKE, MOUNTAINS MOVE

african magic

I cannot stop sleeping,
Because of a fear of bad dreams,
But,
To wake a woman sleeping,
Is to move mountains,

A woman is a snake in a house,
You needn’t to discuss her matter at length,
Once a snake is jealous,
You’ll know it’s venom in depth.

A woman is an ant on it’s feet,
Can do more than an elephant,
That’s lying down,
When sleeping women wake,
Mountains move.

A woman’s like a tea bag,
Until you put her into hot water,
You can’t tell how she’s strong.

A woman can tear kingdoms my dear,
If the fire burning in her eyes are so deep.

A woman’s the horn of ram my dear,
Pain  shapes a woman a warrior,
When sleeping women wake,
Mountains move

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