Wednesday Words: Beyond the Skin by Barbara Tyree

Wednesday Words: Beyond the Skin by Barbara Tyree
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Welcome to Wednesday Words, where each week we’ll dazzle you with words from a variety of poets! This week’s poem comes from Barbara Tyree, and her contribution to our Feminine Flower poetry submissions.

Barbara Tyree was born and raised in Lexington, Virginia. She always thought Lexington was boring with nothing to do until she got married and moved to Leesville, Louisiana. After living there for three years she and her husband moved back to Lexington.

She attended Dabney S. Lancaster. She has always had a passion for reading and writing. She loves animals but is allergic to cats. An avid Elvis Presley fan since she could remember as well as Rod Stewart but loves all types of music. Since writing Dangerous Liaisons (releasing in 2018), she has three other novels in the works as well as the sequel to Dangerous Liaisons.

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Beyond the Skin

Her beauty is more than skin deep
It goes beyond superficial
For she has a heart of gold
And a mind like no other

Always the one to put others first
Never regretting her decision
Ingrained in her head
From birth
Always the caregiver
Hard-working from sun-up
To sundown

Never does she wonder
Who am I?
For she already knows
She is a strong woman
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

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