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Paul Mwenelupembe

A Day To Remember

If all days were this day
When a child was born in a city
Born was a child among sun smiles
Of pregnant hope that swells in the new miles
With happiness upon this child's cry
Was aspoil and clues were well clung, in the dreamers
As a future ray at the brown skin

Such is a climb upon the steepy hill
Are the eyes glued to its increased length
That of ahand some boy playing with myth
Within the city of a polite land
With a moon that takes care
The wind for a new born

If that day would come again
And take this child's applause
Of herds of cattle just the main clause
such a forgone glowing reaction
As the best smiles among dews' faction
Is an up close attainable page
As cloulds percolate their gate
And glances at a long devine love
Of this memorable day.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 11, 2012

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My birth day is a memeorable day. The poem is all about me and my birth day. To day is my belated day. I have amemory of my mother and father. The whole scenes are with me, what a day to remember! They were happy indeed, now they are still happy in their graves. The best day! ! !

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