A woman of virtue is hard to find,
For she's a priceless gem among mankind.
She's modest, gentle, quiet, and meek;
With heavenly wisdom her mouth does speak.
She's richly endowed with honor and strength;
To hold things together is her intent.
Her husband can trust her without a thought,
For only goodness she has ever wrought.
She tends to the well being of her home;
The trait of laziness she has not known.
She labors diligently with her hands
And travels far to buy food of best brand.
She wakes up early--before it's daybreak,
Just to prepare the best meal that hands can make.
She often stays up late into the night
To please her family and make things right.
Her offspring are proud of her godly ways;
Her husband thankfully sings her praise.
She is a woman above all women;
She is sought after dearly by all men.
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