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Phineas Molale

Rookie - 0 Points (1986-28-05 / Soweto-White City)

A men without vision


He so blind falls repeatedly without realising
He so curious for success but reaches no destiny
He so filled with empathy but loses track of needs
He so blessed but sees no use of it all
He so motivated but makes no move
A thirsty men associated with immature men
A men blessed with all but puts none to practice
A men to honour but remains with no honours

A men brave of confrontation but faces no one
A men who ploughs but reaps no thing
No! He is not lazy or anything
Neither is he afraid of the outside universe
Nor feel small to carry his own burdens
He is a men without vision

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011

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