Make The Most Of Today

Author: Kwame Ebenezer Yeboah



Make the most of today

Time is not on your side

A second lost can never be regained

You have the power to decide

Hard workers are always lucky

But luck always eludes the lazy

The road of life is not straight

So expect challenges anyway

The sun is shining make the hay

Make sure you don’t while the time away

A second lost can never be regained

Make the most of today

Toil and enjoy the manna

Which is the fruit of your labor

Miracles do happen 

But only for the craver who is hard-working

No one can be ambitious for you

Think hard it will take nothing from you

If only you don’t want poverty to do it for you

The sky can never be the limit 

‘Cause Neil Armstrong has exceeded the limit

You like it ’cause it rhymes and sounds like a grammatical impression

But my impression of the above expression

Is to cause diversion and direction so as to emancipate your mind from oppression to live your vision this is my greetings to all my cronies with much love I even feel like weeping….

– Kwame Ebenezer Yeboah.

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2017 by Kwame Ebenezer Yeboah

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