Know Your Worth - Poem by Myra Smith
Never settle for the opinion of a man.
Do what you do, the best you can.
Exceed above all, excel at your own paste.
Time is of the essence, there's none to waste.
What is your destiny? Who controls your fate?
Who has walked in your shoes? Who has carried your weight?
Do I know what you feel? Have I seen what you've seen?
Was I there when you needed a hand, or a shoulder to lean?
Can anyone fortel your future? Can they erase your past.
Is your life a show with you as a member of the cast.
What are your ambitions? How far do you want to go?
The world can't tell you, but they can watch you grow.
You have a purpose, it's enveloped you since birth.
You'll never afford to live until you know your worth.
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