Dave Stafford Sinclair

(Brooklyn, New York)

Keep Your Wants - Poem by Dave Stafford Sinclair

Keep your wants
Keep your wants
I know you will have a chance to dance

Life is so sweet when you are here to enjoy it,
please keep on cruising
You will always have something blooming

Every horse have its day
I know one day you will get your pay
Just keep on obey, bad things do replay.

Keep your wants
Keep your wants
I know you will have a chance to dance

Seeing the fast lane, aware of the pain,
Oh what you gain! Last saying "if I did know"
take the blame, sometimes some of us,
don't even get to see the game
Oh what a shame lost in vain

What a man have for himself
Let him have it because it is his own...
While you can have your own without a broken bone
We all know some of us have to face reality,
because of disorganized society
We've got to know how to get around
complication to stay strong.
Don't get me wrong just look where I'm coming from

Keep your wants
Keep your wants

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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