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Brandon Nyandoro


Let Alone The Wise


Let alone the wise,
that combines not pride
with bride
That looks at not only the surprise
But the bride price

Let alone the wise,
that believes that a chapter
is built every after
And then comes a laughter

Let alone the wise,
that revise
Not only the page
But the stage

Let alone the wise,
that devise
And arise
like sunrise

Let alone the wise,
that seek neither glory
nor freedom
But wisdom

Submitted: Sunday, February 24, 2013

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