DICKSON MSETI

(08/11/1984 / DAR ES SALAAM)

A TIME TO FLY


There is no time; the sky will kiss the ground,
If you want to fly to the sky; you should have your wings,
If by flying to the sky; your happiness will be found.
Even if you have to fly to the sky with your broken wings, just fly.

A dream is earned and lost in the mind,
You have a brain for you to depend,
Be given a critic in your mind to depend
The only way to fly is to fly,

You and I will die someday,
Your thought could live every day,
You and I will vanish physically,
Your soul could sough around

I don't want to die before I live,
I don't want my grave before I breathe,
I don't want them to cry before I give them a smile,
Tell yourself and stand up to fly.

Look at the mirror; you will see a magic you,
Look at you and make a long lough,
You are the magic the world have been looking,
Grab your shovel, you have been on standby.
It is never too late to fly, JUST FLY.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Topic(s): Life


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We all think there is a time someone will come and bring us to success. sitting down for the miracles, It is time to show some standing and fly

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