Adewale Ajakanri

Rookie - 164 Points (Lagos, Nigeria)


During days like this
All you think of is your future
Never get worried concerning uh past
Let your instinct build on your future
Future matters most
Let all pains stay behind and
Buckle up your shoes
Cos you wanna strive hard on a hard path to
your future
You should never rely on other fellas
We all have a future we are aiming
Believe in your steps to your future
never let fellas wrong your way to your future
set aside your vision towards your future
never you relent on others wealth
you started the journey on your own
definitely you should believe
you are getting to the top
Let your future matters to you
never get concerned on things that don't matter
Your future speaks on how well you have spent your life
Future has to be aimed
brighter future must be your priority
Let your steps towards your Future be strong
No matter the pains in the past
Future must be aimed....
Future matters

Submitted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: Life

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the world is disowning us...its time to believe you are on your own

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