*HELP ASAP 5 STARS* NATURE’S GIFTS BY ANACREON?

Will rate 5 stars.What does this poem mean about gender? Specifically female? To all that breathe the air of heaven Some boon of the strength has Nature given. In forming with majestic bull, She fenced with wreathed horns his skull; A hoof of strength she lent the steed And wing'd the timorous hare with... show more Will rate 5 stars.What does this poem mean about gender? Specifically female?

To all that breathe the air of heaven
Some boon of the strength has Nature given.
In forming with majestic bull,
She fenced with wreathed horns his skull;
A hoof of strength she lent the steed
And wing'd the timorous hare with speed,
She gave the lion fangs of terror,
and o'er the ocean's crystal mirror
Taught the unnumbered scaly throng
To trace their liquid path along;
While for the umbrage of the grove,
She plum'd the warbling world of love.
To man she gave, in that proud hour,
The boon of intellectual power.
Then what, O woman, what for thee,
Was left in Nature's treasury?
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