Winners reap wisdom from the wise
And politely ask the puzzling hows and whys
Losers prefer to listen to man-made lies
By bogusly gossiping about girls and guys

Winners admit to flaw and are gracious in defeat
And humbly handshake their victors with a good greet
Losers run away with broken pride and feel upbeat
Because of the kitchen’s high heat

Winners stay true to themselves and others
They honour and respect the legacies of their fathers
Losers back stab sisters and brothers
And spit in the eye of their birth given mothers

Winners keep their value and cool
And don’t brazenly flounder like a fool
Losers tempestuously drool for a blood pool
Thus they cowardly cut and fight with a turbulent tool

In life you’re the certified chooser
To be a winner or a loser