donald kuutsi

Rookie - 340 Points (HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

A NEW DAY (BRAND NEW DAY)


Finally its a brand new day!
I can see the sun shine
open up ONE HAPINESS!
for we have been given
another chance by the almighty
GLORY BE TO THE ALMIGHTY,
its a brand new day.l got a feeling
new hopes, new thoughts
a new day has arrived lets celebrate for l m high as a satelitte
today, let the ray of the new day
shine on me,
Let the spirit of the new day ignite
my soul and make me shine and brighter than the sun..for the new day has come, new memories and new thoughts let it be a joyful day
enter rejoice enter me, ignite my
heart and soul to move on from
all the pain and missery of yesterday,
Let the ray of the new day wipe
away all the pain, sorrow as the new breeze from the almighty
ignites my heart to stay wide awake for the new day has come

Submitted: Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 15, 2013

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