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Those Who Win Are Those Who Wait

Those who win are those who wait
Wait wait wait for the moon to rear its head
And awake from its daily slumber
And bring with it the good things I crave
And say to me I wait not in vain.
?
Under this tree I must sit
And patiently pray a fruit falls down
And be a balm to all my joints
And say to me my hope paid off.

Inside this dream I must hide
For fear the truth will knock my door
And say my bills are still unpaid?
And debtors seek to ruin my day.?

Copyright © Esson Alumbugu | Year Posted 2016

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