Hey there Tracy, thank you loads for reading and sharing your thoughts… I agree. That’s the basic premise of the piece, that ‘a woman like me’ (meant to be a bold statement of womanhood, not a damning one) like any woman — does not need to be saved by a man, even if in low moments, she might think she does for awhile. Hence the ending, she finds she is already home in her own bones. 🌻

Hey there I'm D. Writer/Poet/Mother - I know a little Tai Chi, but my Kung Fu is weak - beautifully flawed Email:dabboh76@outlook.com

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