A Woman

A Woman is Not A Lion Tamer

A Woman is not a

Lion tamer.

Not there to build your cage. 

To sling you scraps and rub your back

Until you reach old age.

A Woman is not

a lion tamer.



Watching you all day,

She's on her own. Revelling alone

Perhaps it stays that way.



A Woman
Is not
A
Lion tamer.



There only to keep you calm

She's burning bright and up all night

Dancing arm in arm.



A Woman
is not
A lion tamer


Built to keep you down

She's heading up and bound for luck,

See her ankles from the clouds.

A

Woman.

Is
Not

A
Lion tamer

There
To suffer in your anger

You've lost control, then you're on your own

She wont be with you any longer


A
Woman

Is not

A
Lion tamer



A Woman

Is a lion.

If you cant stand her roar, and beg for more—


And more

And more....




Perhaps you should let her prowl on.

 

 

 

WRITTEN BY KATE RADFORD

PHOTOGRAPHY BY KATE RADFORD