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ransom ossy


Thank You


To all who gave me a cup of garry or two,
I say thank you.
To all who paid my dues
I say thank you.
To all who saw me grow
I say thank you.
To all who asked me to.
I say thank you.
To all who saw me through.
I say thank you.
To all who stood by me.
I say thank you.
To all who prayed for me
I say thank you.
To all who encouraged me
I say thank you.
To all who sponsored me
I say thank you.
To all who fed me.
I say thank you.
To all who gave me bread and tea.
I say thank you.
To all who scratched my account
I say thank you.
To all who made me count.
I say thank you
To all who wished me well.
I say thank you.
To all who did not tell,
I say thank you.
To all who poured me water.
I say thank you.
To all who made me matter.
I say thank you.
I wish to thank you all even more
buh to Jah that gave me life, 'I no fit Thank you'.

'Stepped in here five years ago with a dream and am leaving with a Degree'
16/01/14

Submitted: Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 05, 2014

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Written after my final exam

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