Desmond Winbush

(7/31/1966 / Wichata, Kansas)

BECAUSE OF THE CHOICE I MADE


Because of the choice i made i have to live this life
because i must live this life i have to be independent
because i must be independent i have to be creative
because i must be creative i have to make the right choices
because of the choice i made

Because of the choice i made i have to be consistent
because i have to be consistent i must be prepared
because i have to be prepared i must be accountable
because i have to be accountable i must be responsible
because i have to be responsible i must make the right choices
because of the choice i made
so, make the right choice...

Submitted: Tuesday, August 04, 2009

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  • Romeo Della Valle (8/4/2009 10:18:00 PM)

    Great work, very elaborated, straight and consistent...love it...hope you read one of mine titled 'The painful choice' you never know which one is the right choice until you make the wrong one...Love and Peace, Romeo. you got a 10+ from me..keep it up... (Report) Reply

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