Treasure Island

Bashier Adams

(19780618 / Klerksdorp)

We Owe It To Ourselfs


We Owe It To Ourselfs
but however we all have the ability
to succeed by choice,
to go beyond duties call,
to look deep and search that
inner most desire & willingness for success.
There is a little voice
in each of us
that wants better living,
well living is first by finding
your true self first
& afterward following your dream,
Education is important though
however with that
your Life with your dreams in one bottle
can be more splended and pleasant
IF YOU KEEP YOUR HEAD UP ALWAYS
AND NEVER GIVE UP YOUR DREAMS
YOU SHALL FIND WHAT YOU ALWAYS WANTED



Bashier Adams

Submitted: Saturday, March 08, 2008

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