Edward Kofi Louis
10: 13 A. M. - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
10: 13 a.m.;
To take care of yourself in life.
A man's princiles,
Everyone has a secret;
A woman's principles,
Everyone has a story to tell;
But, there is always something better in life,
When the right thing is done.
Throw away the crabs and gain your health;
And, go to the potter and learn from him or her!
How he or she makes images out of clay.
A way very far away!
With the sruggles of life;
And to know what others do not know.
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