Self worth

12/04/2011 § Leave a comment

Tend to your own desires; reject servitude in prosperity for the needy few.
Maintain your own frugal needs; husbandry brings knowledge, continuously anew.

Walk in your own words, it is natural as like a bird flapping its wings.
Topple towers with the power that gave the humble bumblebee its inspiring sting.

Use the thoughts of others as a fine guide to task.
But lean on your own wits, living without the weighted mask.

Prudence, as with self-pride sets heavy debts a-free.
Only then, can you give those so needy their wanting dose of sympathy.

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