Mcanthony C. Nwatu
Orbit - Poem by Mcanthony C. Nwatu
Life is an orbit
On which its menu revolve
Each menu bears a fate lot.
When chosen its contents evolve.
By birth we join the circle.
From the menu, better to make a good choice
So, as to have a life not feeble
Or frailly swim in a bad choice.
Choose not on surface but deeply,
Think twice on a decision seat,
Reject not for poorly
But suspect future which is fit.
In the circle treat all right,
For what goes circlet comes circlet.
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