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Time – poem

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Time is far spent
Time is galloping
Time over due
Everything in this world is on the run as well
Dew falls at dawn and not at day
The birds are active doing their daily chores

Smile

The sun is out and shining This is to tell you, you have to wake up as well Lazy men sleep during the day. Industrious men during the day No that time is money Make good use of your morning, afternoon and night

Time - Poem
Time – Poem

Time lost cannot be regained Spending precious time talking about useless things is a time thief To become great, work within time and never waste it. The rich are using time properly, Hard working student learn with their time. Everything in this world works with time The seasons are time bound.  Time must be used well or else it would fool you Time is running very fast and only the swift will catch up with it

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Written by Wisdom Eli Kojo Hammond

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Wisdom is an ambitious optimist who believes in venturing out to create and to revolutionize the world a post at a time, writing to educate, inspire, entertain, influence and start thought-provoking debates on varied topics.

He loves writing, a skill he developed as a pupil at the University Staff Basic School, Legon, Accra. He has never looked back.

He authored "Returnees of the Dead Forest" in the UK with Xlibris Publishing House. in 2013

When others see the challenges of today, Wisdom sees the successes of tomorrow in a world filled with opportunities. He holds the belief that today's genuine efforts, dreams and aspirations will become rewarding.

Wisdom is currently studying Mphil. Leadership. He enjoys writing, blogging, playing football, public speaking and teaching.

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