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Rookie - 10 Points (30 / 03 / 1987)

To my unborn child


Your future is in your own hands.
In other words you reap what you sow /
Feel the revolution, your attitude will determine your destination /
What you do today will determine your future /
Life is full of challenges & this is not an opinion it's a fact /
I am undefeatable cause i am from the don't give up generation /
I fight for what i believe is right /

Everyday i am placing the bricks as i'm building my dream /
I believe that anything is possible cause i am a goal getter /
I have the ability to make a wise choice, hence i'm feeling better /
I'm walking, enjoying this journey like the words of a letter /
Yes! i agree i'm very skinny but mentally everyday i'm getting fatter /
love me or hate me it doesn't matter /
People talk the talk & i talk & walk /
Because i believe that talk is cheap /
I repeat you sow what you reap /

REMEMBER: In every triumph there's a lot of try / This is for my unborn child.

Author: Koena France Mokoena

Submitted: Monday, December 14, 2009
Edited: Monday, March 15, 2010
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