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Adeniji Olayemi


The Humble Great


Who are u to decide dat I should blow

Always stressing ur eyes to luk at me aglow

Always jealous of me all around the globe

But am not afraid of u, for am far above

I am one of d humble and great heart

I can never let my self be apart

The humbleness make my heart beats on earth

Always struggling on earth to make impact

Who are u to decide wat my life would be?

Even if I tell u, u can never agree

But if u want to know it badly

I can take u down to future valley

All our destinys had been written

Even dat of the rats and the kitten

I know dat mine shall be brighten

Dont argue for u have to be enlightened

Who are u to tell me my ways?

But I tell u, I can never be astray

For I ask God for guidances all my days

And It had being smooth, all along the lane

I know myself dat am humble and might

For we all have a life in dis earth

So, u have to make yourself be like act

For I am humble and great in heart

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013

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