“JUST A WOMAN”

“JUST A WOMAN”

Minute, unseen, unheard

“She’s just a woman,” you say

Words depicting insignificance

An underestimation of her multiple capabilities.

 

“Just a woman,” you say

Yet her hands cradle the future

Her very womb ensures its possibility

Intuition you call it

But her mind fathoms beyond mere sight

What a specific wonder to behold!

 

“Just a woman,” you say

Yet her words become a driving force

Spoken in the ears of her seed

Her seed becomes the future

A future never to be forgotten

As history is rewritten

Rewritten by the ones she has begotten

Evidences of the substance behind her words.

 

“Just a woman,” you say

But still, she remains,

The voice of the future

The force behind the future

The carrier of tomorrow

An embodiment of many insights

Capabilities yet untold.

 

 

Written by;

Onatemowo Oluwatomisin

Photo by Sabrina May on Unsplash

Jane Egerton-Idehen is a telecommunication executive with over 13 years’ experience in the Nigerian, Liberian and Ghanaian telecommunications markets. Jane has a strong passion for promoting girls in STEM and ensuring women in STEM industries remain and grow their careers in that industry. She curates her thoughts around her career journey, experiences and passion in life.