Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress



(Matthew 6:26)

Copyright 2012 By: Marion Obafemi, "THE PO' FOLK'S POET"

It was 5:45, when I opened my eyes, and the first thing that I hear

Was the melodic songs, of birds sounding the alarm,

proclaiming that dawn was near.

One bird said, "Each day I am fed, and I store no food in a barn

I don't plant no crops, ain't punching no clock, but I have shelter from

the storms".

"So, why are you, looking sad and blue, don't you know you're a child of

the King

He thought so much of you, that He gave me and my crew,

this song for us to sing".

"So, get out of that bed, and remember what God said,


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