It’s a Matter of Time


Life in the pride land is tough,
But no matter how hard it is,
The king of the jungle will never eat grass,
It's tough out here but there's always a way out,

You may hit a dead rock in the attempt to stretch your limits,
But no situation is permanent under the sun,
It's just a matter of time,
It will pay off someday,

My lecture back in college once told me,
Son, passion is not a fruit,
But it's the strong desire,
Of going for what you've ever believed in,

In 'Things Fall Apart'
By the father of African literature, Chinua Achebe,
If a boy washed his hands,
He would be allowed to dine with great men of the land,

In the spirit of an African film, Black Panther,
Lives Lupita the shinning Jupiter,
In a foreign land, the world shall bow down,
To honor the great mind of an African child,

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