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With such grace
And utter beauty
You warm hearts
Turn heads
Run minds
Innately

Your skin is the soil
Your heart is the sun
Your organs are the planets

Your blood is the ocean
You stimulate red roots
Activate purple crowns
And center green souls

You are the prototype
The preliminary model
The first
~Wonder Wombman

Maintain Freedom

With such grace
And utter beauty
You warm hearts
Turn heads
Run minds
Innately

Your skin is the soil
Your heart is the sun
Your organs are the planets

Your blood is the ocean
You stimulate red roots
Activate purple crowns
And center green souls

You are the prototype
The preliminary model
The first

~Wonder Wombman

Maintain Freedom

Good advice

Good advice

You are a floral butterfly 
Sparked by papa’s pyro
Shaped by mama’s aqua
In he/r garden of love
You always have been
And always will be
Four seasons
Five star
Grade A
Organic
Indigenous sweet nectar
Our roots run deep
Eternally seeking earths core 
Decorating the surface
With colorful blossoms
Grounded by gravity
Stretched from the stars
Forever painting a kaleidoscopic picture
For what’s above

"The forever changing art above and art below" ~ Wonder Wombman

Get Free

You are a floral butterfly
Sparked by papa’s pyro
Shaped by mama’s aqua
In he/r garden of love
You always have been
And always will be
Four seasons
Five star
Grade A
Organic
Indigenous sweet nectar
Our roots run deep
Eternally seeking earths core
Decorating the surface
With colorful blossoms
Grounded by gravity
Stretched from the stars
Forever painting a kaleidoscopic picture
For what’s above

"The forever changing art above and art below" ~ Wonder Wombman

Get Free

The Beauty of a Pregnant Woman
The ability to ignite polarities 
The sacrifice of dis - ease
The will to carry
The responsibility of delivering
The circle of emotions
The amazement of life
The wonder of what’s to come 
The care to nurture
The power of nature
The need of support for all she has given
The soil of the earth
The aqua of our atmosphere
The pryo in the mid
A gift of God
The perfect book to read
to know how the universe works
The Beauty of a Pregnant Woman

Get Free
~Wonder Wombman

The Beauty of a Pregnant Woman
The ability to ignite polarities
The sacrifice of dis - ease
The will to carry
The responsibility of delivering
The circle of emotions
The amazement of life
The wonder of what’s to come
The care to nurture
The power of nature
The need of support for all she has given
The soil of the earth
The aqua of our atmosphere
The pryo in the mid
A gift of God
The perfect book to read
to know how the universe works
The Beauty of a Pregnant Woman

Get Free
~Wonder Wombman

The Beauty of a Child
The innocence of not knowing
The freedom of no rules
The show of emotions because of need
Original thought
Unsurpressed feelings
Pure mentally
Geometric physical
Strong spirit
Whole soul
Courageous heart
The perfect book to read
To remember of how you once were
The Beauty of a Child

Get Free
~Wonder Wombman

Wonder Wombman
Mother’s nature 
Naturally nurtures
Our hearts integrated
Below the surface

Strongest connection
Love is heaven
Our bond is healing 
Together perfection 

I’ll give to you
And you’ll give to me
They can cut the cord
But forever we will be

And as you grow
I’ll help you fly
And trust our nesting
Will never die

Mother’s Nature Naturally Nurtures

~Wonder Wombman @facebook 

By: Brandon Imhotep

Wonder Wombman
Mother’s nature
Naturally nurtures
Our hearts integrated
Below the surface

Strongest connection
Love is heaven
Our bond is healing
Together perfection

I’ll give to you
And you’ll give to me
They can cut the cord
But forever we will be

And as you grow
I’ll help you fly
And trust our nesting
Will never die

Mother’s Nature Naturally Nurtures

~Wonder Wombman @facebook

By: Brandon Imhotep

Babies are such an amazing gift and becoming a parent regardless of whether it’s for the first or sixth time, is one of the most rewarding and humbling experiences of one’s life.

Dahomey’s Warrior Women: “Women Written Out of History”

In West Africa, the Dahomey Warrior Women involves a fascinating history that spans nearly 200 years. It was during this time that the elite squad of female warriors fought and died for the border rights and inter-tribal issues in the ancient kingdom of Dahomey.

Dahomey’s women warriors made their first appearance in written history, they were helping to recapture the same port after it fell to a surprise attack by the Yoruba – a much more numerous tribe from the east who would henceforth be the Dahomeans’ chief enemies.

According to the traveler Sir Richard Burton, who visited Dahomey in the 1860s. 

Recruiting women into the Dahomean army was not especially difficult, despite the requirement to climb thorn hedges and risk life and limb in battle. During Ghezo’s reign (King of Dahomey) female troops lived in his compound and were kept well supplied with tobacco, alcohol and workers – as many as 50 to each warrior. 

These women, who outranked their male counterparts, were given far more privileges, including the ability to come and go from the palaces as they pleased (unlike the men). They were so revered for their warrior prowess.

The Smithsonian explains, that men were taught to keep their distance: Women had the advantage of being permitted in the palace precincts after dark and Dahomean men were not. Every male was get out of their path, retire a certain distance, and look the other way. To even touch these women meant death.

Contrary to 19th century gossip that portrayed the female soldiers as sexually voracious, Dahomey’s female soldiers were formally married to the king—and since he never actually had relations with any of them, marriage rendered them celibate.

As colonialist ambitions grew in the region, the Dahomey female warriors eventually grew sparse. Fierce combat missions to crush the independent kingdom eventually succeeded, and in the 1940s, it is said that was the last of the female warriors.

Sources:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/dahomeys-women-warriors-88286072/

http://www.care2.com/causes/5-stories-of-kick-ass-women-written-out-of-history.html

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghezo

Dahomey’s Warrior Women: “Women Written Out of History”

In West Africa, the Dahomey Warrior Women involves a fascinating history that spans nearly 200 years. It was during this time that the elite squad of female warriors fought and died for the border rights and inter-tribal issues in the ancient kingdom of Dahomey.

Dahomey’s women warriors made their first appearance in written history, they were helping to recapture the same port after it fell to a surprise attack by the Yoruba – a much more numerous tribe from the east who would henceforth be the Dahomeans’ chief enemies.

According to the traveler Sir Richard Burton, who visited Dahomey in the 1860s.

Recruiting women into the Dahomean army was not especially difficult, despite the requirement to climb thorn hedges and risk life and limb in battle. During Ghezo’s reign (King of Dahomey) female troops lived in his compound and were kept well supplied with tobacco, alcohol and workers – as many as 50 to each warrior.

These women, who outranked their male counterparts, were given far more privileges, including the ability to come and go from the palaces as they pleased (unlike the men). They were so revered for their warrior prowess.

The Smithsonian explains, that men were taught to keep their distance: Women had the advantage of being permitted in the palace precincts after dark and Dahomean men were not. Every male was get out of their path, retire a certain distance, and look the other way. To even touch these women meant death.

Contrary to 19th century gossip that portrayed the female soldiers as sexually voracious, Dahomey’s female soldiers were formally married to the king—and since he never actually had relations with any of them, marriage rendered them celibate.

As colonialist ambitions grew in the region, the Dahomey female warriors eventually grew sparse. Fierce combat missions to crush the independent kingdom eventually succeeded, and in the 1940s, it is said that was the last of the female warriors.

Sources:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/dahomeys-women-warriors-88286072/

http://www.care2.com/causes/5-stories-of-kick-ass-women-written-out-of-history.html

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghezo

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