Benjamin Wiche

Rookie - 472 Points (12/02/1986 / Port Harcourt)

You Can - Poem by Benjamin Wiche

Until people see what you've been able to achieve, your dreams they tend not to believe, life is a stage that changes with age, never turn cold, else you'll fold, always take charge, for your dream not to be a mirage, feed the eyes of those that criticize with surprise, let the critics push you into becoming an elite, success has no secret weapon, except pushing on, when the going gets tough, don't back off, it takes one remarkable moment to make a man eminent, those who can't tolerate you, unknowingly elevate you, once upon a time starts a story, you can make history, life is full of different options, men are entitled to their own assumption, you're responsible for your consumption and attention, all men have their own view, yours depends on you, you can't function in tension, if you have no direction, I'll try is a dream killer, I can is a dream maker and a sure pillar, one attitude alone is necessary to make you an accessory, risk takers remains dream makers, you can only be left behind, when the right path you can't find, never underestimate your ability, its a sure ladder to prosperity...Benjamin'st.cool'

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Written by Wiche Nkanunye Benjamin, inspired by Kennedy Jaja.

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  • Gajanan Mishra (6/18/2013 12:13:00 PM)


    sure ladder to prosperity, good write, thanks.
    I invite you to read my poems and comment.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013


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