Being A Gentleman - Poem by sive mlunguzi
Being a man is monotonous, but
Being a gentleman is antithetic.
Anyone can be a man, but not
everyone can be a gentleman.
A man in his own possessions can
be everything.But a gentleman
even in his custody is nothing,
according to his beliefs.
Education is like the universe to
a man.But to a gentleman can only
be the induct.His communication
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