Edward Kofi Louis
Like A Prize - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
The muse of life,
Living in the world;
But, beware! ! !
That, no one leads you away like a prize;
Because of his or her philosophy,
According to the traditions of mankind!
Than, with the salt of the truth.
But, hold on to the truth always;
Before you are sold unto lies.
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