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Abisoye Sejoro

Rookie (11/09/1990 / Lagos(Nigeria))


Stand out; you can rule your world
Shoot out; you have no limitation
Sprout out; you've got the clairvoyance
Sit up; you're made for the throne
You can; I say YOU CAN

You can be the one you desire
You can build the world you dream of
You can broaden your view without limit
You can stand at the apex of the highest mountain
Believe me YOU CAN

There's none greater than you
No success to compare
No achievement to equate
No talent to challenge
No future as bright and blossom
None but you can succeed.

You can conquer that difficulty
You can cross that ocean
You can move over to the other side
You can clinch to the apex
You can climb to the summit
Only Believe
'Cos you can!

Submitted: Saturday, December 13, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, July 22, 2009
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