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IBRAHIM SUMAYYA

(15 january)

Being Me


Ibrahim Sumayya


Being Me

There is just about no point in pretending
Have no qualms about what i have done
And why I have done that
Nothing to feel sorry about
I'm not embarrassed feeling the way i do
There's no point in complaining
Ain't no complicated to be positive
Ain't no crime to find the best in me
There is inside me the energy
Allowing me to learn and be whatever i want to be
The voice of the power in me
Has influenced me to reach the top
The Spirit living deep in me
Makes me protect myself from me
There's a part of me that just don't care what people think
There's nothing that God cannot do for me
Every me is proud to be me
I love myself so very more deeply

Submitted: Sunday, November 03, 2013
Edited: Sunday, November 24, 2013

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  • S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (11/7/2013 1:19:00 PM)

    Its gud to b yorself and dis poem is fine as a selfevaluation and inspirational to others too. Pls coment any of my poem dat u like. (Report) Reply

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