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    10/09/2010

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    irene

    I wrote!

    my magnum opus

    Susan Jones

    My Femininity

    I like my femininity and it is like a cradle, a softness to hold my spirit.
    My femininity connects me with soul, with the Universe, with other beings.
    My femininity is the goddess in and of the Universe.
    My femininity bore children, nurtured them and theirs.

    My femininity allures,
    comforts,
    creates,
    absorbs,
    invites,
    and heals.

    Her curves soften hard edges,
    balm wounds,
    and flow in the breeze while firmly planted in her wisdom.

    My femininity is life at its
    basest and boldest,
     softest and sweetest,
     down and dirty,
     subtle and strong,
     flagrant and flirty,
     aware and assertive,
     sexual and sensual,
     planted and pliant.

    She is love come to Mother Earth.


    Susan Jones

    What a lovely writing morning thanks to you and Richard Dryfus. Thank you Julie...you goddess,you. Susan

    Julie Jordan Scott

    :-)

    My pleasure, Susan! I saw Richard Dreyfuss on stage in Los Angeles way back in 1984. He was (and is!) incredible!

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