BRENDA KANSHABE TUMUSHABE


Plan Your Tomorrow Today


Today is the only time
to plan your tomorrow
for when the sun has set
and the moon has come
there wont be a chance

today is the only day
for when the year have gone
and grey hair fills thy head
it will be too late
for you dear one

today is the only time
when the mind is thinking of planning
put it to work today
for it shall find reasons
to deny you tomorrow

today is the only time
to tighten the grip on your plans
to accomplish the hard task
procrastination, the worst habit to learn
it's today or never

dear youth it's time
plan your future today
when young and strong
wait not for tomorrow
for it shall be too late

Submitted: Monday, March 03, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 03, 2014

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