Sandile mngadi.

Rookie (27 November 1984 / 1984 November 27)

Please Dont Recede Power Poem by Sandile mngadi.

I ask you never fade power
When your enemies reach you don’t give in
When they harass you in all possible ways don’t give in
I ask you never fade power

After they done it all
They gave whatever they have
Hard hands and kicks
You faced down
Never give up

When tears come
Rolling on your chick
Wipe then gentle
Don’t allow you voice to cry
Be strong

I know it will be hard
I am aware it won’t be easy
Please my friend
Don’t lose hope

Never allow yourself to fail
Never allow people to take power over you
Never cry but be strong
Let yourself absorb all
Mentally be prepared and strong

Never allow yourself to fail
Don’t give in
Don’t give up
Never give them power

It will be like a dream one day
It will feel as if it never happened
It will be as if you were never there
It will feel as if you never were in that situation

At that point you would have conquered
Never give in
Never lose hope
I beg you never fade power

Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 11, 2014

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