Treasure Island

Antonio Liao

(november 7,1957 / dapitan city)

AMERICA a shared Destiny


born with legacy, somewhere beyond
imagination, reality fulfill its
destiny where great and brave men
bastion the world with a leadership
that breeds the righteousness of
existence


conquer yet never been defeated, a
Daffodils in the land of the conqueror,
blooming and dazzling with jewels
topping the crystal springs of the
star

all eyes glimpse the beauty, the
owe of wonder of the world, the glory
that zoom the vision of men where the
answer leads the aspiration of a
genuine peace


long live America you're the soul of
Democracy that spark in the day and
night of our daily lives, the shared
lighthouse of this destiny we dream
off and the fulfillment of what
life brings

AMERICA a nation that we adore forever

Submitted: Wednesday, November 07, 2012
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