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mama i made it

 MAMA I MADE IT 
SMILING HAS BEEN ME, THANKS MAMA I MADE IT
tough has been life but with you i hacked it
am a king with no crown and for that i will make you proud
its true i was born a gang star but coz of you am now a star

i wasn't born with a sliver platter but happiness is my dress code
dining with kings i stopped i do it with my queens 
losing is not me i drink from my trophies
behind every successful man... that's my mum 

waking me up early to go to school, i hated you for that
am sorry that was my young mind, ironically am a teacher
you taught me with every move you made, in the school of life am a graduate
sleeping since become my enemy coz i realized the early bird catches the worm


Copyright © STEPHEN GITHUI | Year Posted 2016


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Early Bird Special



Heard that the early bird catches the worm By now I should have a real big batch I'm always up at the crack of dawn With a feeling of exhilaration unmatched Joyfully welcoming that big yellow ball Singing some happy little ditty Even if I won a million dollars in the lotto Couldn't be happier, well maybe an itsy bitsy Wish everybody could feel this amazing joy The world would be a much happier place No wars no conflict just pure sweet love Wearing a perpetual smile on your face Seems like forever I've been called a dreamer I wouldn't want it any other way Just can't imagine how some people feel Wearing a sad frown every day Heard that the early bird catches the worm Well I certainly believe that it's true Just start every day with a happy little song And the sun will shine brightly on you © Jack Ellison 2013


Copyright © Jack Ellison | Year Posted 2013


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The Greatest Cliche

Who are you?
What is the time?
Before you move
Ask but answer
The early Bird catches the worm!
Are you the bird or the worm?
If the bird, be prompt
If the worm, be late


Copyright © peter Onyancha | Year Posted 2013


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Ellegence

The early bird catches the worm you caught me like a germ I'm like a virus who prays to Osiris in the garden of what I've learned Waiting five minutes will sometimes make the difference patience is a wisdom acquired through age and now I turn the page on a weakness called hate for it has the power to drive you to the point of break a single silenced fate I'm like a feeling rising through the air sometimes seldom care about my whereabouts tuned in or tossed out there comes a time to be coherent understanding is apparent when I'm feeling like sharing conversations may vary Veering off into the wild unknown I'm wildly alone and the voice I hear an echo from inside my own suffering cry I sometimes find a time to mine.


Copyright © Bj Fard | Year Posted 2012


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The Door Is Ajar

Someone recently said something about,
"the door is ajar"
I scratched my head and challenged him,
" A door is a door, and a jar is a jar...
Where'd you go to school?
How'd you get as dumb as you are?"

He started to argue,
But I'm too clever for that,
Next he'll tell me,
"Tell people to go s__t in their hat!"

Now, who's gonna wear a hat like that?
I think in his belfry,
He's got a bat...
And what is a belfry?
Is that when I fry an egg?

And this "chicken and the egg" debate...
Oh, I can't wait,
To remind these fools once more,
Silly, they both come from the same store..

And, someone explain this
"Man in the Moon" junk??
That's hard to believe,
unless he got a shovel,
Cause the moon is rather hard...
That anyone still believes that
cheese thing,,
Must be some kind of retard...
And, besides, everyone knows,
That's where Jackie Gleason goes...

And the early bird catches the worm?
Then why ain't the afternoon birds
all dead from starvation?
And why would a worm get up early??

And hell haveth no fury
Like a woman scorched...
I disagree, anyone down there
Is gona be a bit toasted..

Kill two birds with one stone??
Gotta' be a boulder than,
And they ain't easy to throw...

The journey of a thousand miles,
Starts with an instep??
What do you gotta step in??

One in the hand is worth
two in the bush??
Really??  You mean thorns,
right??

Dead men don't tell no tales??
They don't say anything,
far as I know

Something good is worth waiting for???
Only if it pays  interest...

I don't know...
I guess you all think I'm mad...
I'm not angry,
Just confused...
Help!!!!


Copyright © tom bell | Year Posted 2007


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Catch The Worm

E-agerly catch the worm, 
M-orning has just broken; 
M-ake your life triumphant, 
A-s the dawn starts to open. 

L-et the twenty-third of July 
A-im to stop the storm; 
X-factor is an early prayer, 
A-s early bird catches the worm.


Copyright © Bernard F. Asuncion | Year Posted 2017