Treasure Island

palesa esther


I’m Wise


i may not have everything, but i am wise
wise enough to know that in order to have you must give
i am wise
i may not live in a big potable house, but i am wise
wise enough to without working hard i will never ever live in that mansion house
yes i am wise

i may not wear expensive labels known, but i am wise
wise enough to know that i look beautiful everything i wear
wise enough to know that i am a multi-talented lady
yes i am wise
People may say that i look stout and plain, but i am wise
wise enough to know that God made me the person that i am today
i am powerless to change it
yes i am wise

i am not have friends, but i am wise
wise enough to know that friend are gamors meleko ya batho
wise enough to know that friends are liers
they can accompany you to your own crave
yes i am wise
wise indeed wise

Submitted: Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, October 11, 2011
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