They Call It Life

kechi kenyatta / expired giant

They Call It Life

By kechi kenyatta / expired giant

Mon 22 May, 2017 11:28:40 EAT
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They Call It Life

At a point in life I have quaked in one's boots,
But still have a quantum leap forward.
Despite people queer pitching me,
But as a question of time I've to push on.
For mama never taught me to give up,
I once heard that men heal the world.
Though I quote , unquote.

Sometimes hell break loose,
And this is when you remain alone,
Even a touch of a button becomes impossible,
And it becomes the look of things
For even the good friends turn against you.

But because in we lives Him,
Either hell or high water life goes on,
For no one was born to be average,
And. Soon we get comeuppance
And when in dire straits,
Success is about to unveil itself,
And that's why I never give up
For I once heard hard work pays
And success will never lower its status.

By kechi kenyatta / expired giant
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  • Vivian
    Nice piece,,,,am never giving up ?
    341 wk ago
  • Buggy
    nice one bruh
    341 wk ago
  • Lumala
    Keep it up sir
    341 wk ago

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