Masereka Amos


Everybody Needs It


Everybody needs a pencil
Everybody needs it
Everybody needs a rubber
Everybody needs it
To correct their inaccuracy
Everybody needs it
Everybody should smile
And be happy for that life
Never to laugh at failures as losers
Rub them, sharpen your pencil
Make a high resolution image and love it
Be a carpenter love it
Everybody needs it
Be a herdsman love it
Everybody needs it
Busy yourself and love it
Love the works of your hands
No one needs to die
Not even those who commit suicide
Don’t think about it
Strive to live without end
Everybody needs it
Don’t be rich and hate your friend
Don’t be poor work firmly
Don’t be evil and earthly

Submitted: Thursday, August 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
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