Treasure Island

Faraj Nyandiko


Choices


Listen keenly to the voices
That makes up that song
Before you set the tune,
Thereafter, just sing along.

Be open to people's advises
And wise in your decisions,
That way, you'll rarely regret
Over your final conclusions.

Pay attention to the noises,
Lest you make a mistake,
For there is one so clear,
Pick it for heavens sake.

Before you make critical choices,
Always try to meditate soberly,
Consulting others where necessary
And kneeling before God humbly.

Submitted: Monday, July 07, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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