“A queen is wise. She has earned her serenity, not having had it bestowed on her but having passed her tests. She has suffered and grown more beautiful because of it. She has proved she can hold her kingdom together. She has become its vision. She cares deeply about something bigger than herself. She rules with authentic power.” ~ Marianne Williamson, A Woman’s Worth
Queen Corona has come to town, travelling with a thousand horses and an army of men. She is feminine power.
You cannot pay her off.
She’s not a princess you can seduce.
Or a child to be trifled with.
People step aside for the queen, yet peer behind for the king.
Where is he? The king got drunk on power, slept with all the pretties as if they were playthings, spent his fortune, and send his troops to wrong wars.
The king beheaded himself.
Queen Corona is feminine power.
We all bow before her.
First, in fear.
The closer she nears we see the parade is not for show.
She earned her crown. The queen rides with dignity.
She’s come to clear the field, to wake us up to our own greed and evil.
Queen Corona teaches us what matters by her royal presence.
She loves like a mother, after the father fled and the children grew wild.
Although she’s shrewd, Queen Corona doesn’t pretend everything is a business proposition.
She sends us to our rooms, lays down new rules, takes no backtalk, and reminds us what’s important now.
Take care of each other. We are family.