We The Wild Women. A Manifesto of Sorts.

If you follow me on social media, you have probably seen my hashtag #wethewildwomen. You have possibly even wondered “WTF is that?”. Today, I am going to share with you just what that is.

We are the wild women the ones who dance to drums We are those bold women the ones who overcome We are the kind women the ones who heal and bring life We are those wise women the ones so brave in dark of night We are individuals united a tribe of sister souls We are magic invoked from whom life may flow We are bound by only ourselves paying head to our desires We are free both mind and spirit alive inside like fire We are the wild women we feel it in our bones We know the wild women wild soul seeks wild soul We call the wild women our hearts already know We, the wild women give freedom to our souls
We are the wild women
the ones who dance to drums
We are those bold women
the ones who overcome
We are the kind women
the ones who heal and bring life
We are those wise women
the ones so brave in dark of night
We are individuals united
a tribe of sister souls
We are magic invoked
from whom life may flow
We are bound by only ourselves
paying head to our desires
We are free both mind and spirit
alive inside like fire
We are the wild women
we feel it in our bones
We know the wild women
wild soul seeks wild soul
We call the wild women
our hearts already know
We, the wild women
give freedom to our souls

And that, my friends is what it means. It’s my cry out in the universe to my tribe. Wild women. Free spirits. Open minds and hearts. We are wild women. Are you?

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6 thoughts on “We The Wild Women. A Manifesto of Sorts.

  1. Thank you for not calling yourself or referencing Gypsies in this post. So culturally offensive when people refer to themselves as Gypsies when they have a “free spirit.”

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    1. You’re welcome, though i didn’t do it purposefully. Are you a gypsy, yourself? I do, in fact, have an affinity for gypsies and have often used the term gypsy soul, not thinking it to be it offensive. Thank you for educating me.

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      1. My father’s family were Hungarian Gypsies who ended up in Concentration Camp. My father’s father was killed during that time and my grandmother ended up marrying a Jewish man when she came to the US in he 50s. Because many Jewish people and Gypsies had similar customs, they tended to all live in the same parts of town in NY. Gypsies never had a good reputation so my grandmother converted to Judaism. My mother’s family was Jewish but we found out a few years back that her father was part Roma Gypsy too.
        Many people say Gypsy as if it’s someone who is free spirited when many gypsy famiare extremely structured and religious. Yes, many are nomadic but the Western view of gypsies is usually so stereotypical. They see a woman in beads, reading fortunes with a long hippie dress. The idea of gypsies now is cultural appropriation at it’s finest, yet wannabe hippies wear the term like some sort flower crown. LOL.
        I spent summers in Europe and if you call someone a gypsy, it’s like calling them a theif or unsavory character. It’s quite sad that a culture so rich in history is known so little of and stereo typed so frequently.
        K. Stepping down off my soap box.
        #TheMoreYouKnow

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