Sir Gaylord Munemo

Rookie (20 May 1991 / Zimbabwe)

Take Your Chances Poem by Sir Gaylord Munemo


Play him the violin tune,
I will sing the music stance,
Let the good man dance,
So shall he take his chances

The moving wind,
In tandem with the breeze,
The dying tunes of the violin,
The reluctance of the dance,
Soldier up my friend,
You have all the options,
Take your chances

Life was simple,
You made it more difficult,
Dont mind their tune,
Play the strings that suit you,
Your dances are perfect,
Pull up your socks,
Take your chances

Look upon your vision,
Remember the motivation,
I am your inspiration,
Just mind your reaction,
But enhance your dedication,
The door is open,
The long road awaits,
Take your chances

Submitted: Saturday, June 23, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 23, 2012

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