Let's Go Don't Let It Go - Poem by Matlapa Maphologela
I say to you the alarm ring and the birds sing, In the early hour of dawn the sky is light and the sun is raising.
From far east, sun begin to travel west, Look to the clock, take your head off the pillow and hold on to that dream to be a success. Vuka,
Wake up and raise to reach that goal you visualized, so vivid don't let it to become bleary, the day has given you enough, present your presence well.
The past you had, the future is to be created, all you have is now. Tsoga
Later you will see the beauty of a sunset when it get to west, don't get wary or wasted be wise. Wake up and live your day. Poet Matlapa Maphologela
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