Seth Mutau

Rookie (17 january 1990 / Katima Mulilo)

Change


Change, change your good for everyone,
some fear you like a lion when you have good in you,
and some love you like a beautiful melody they replay in their minds every time. Change you reflect people’s respect and love for GOD when you compliment Christianity.
Change, I call you transformation cause, when you come to ones life you change the way they speak, dress and live, which reflects their religion and beliefs. Change, though you make me wonder sometimes how you can destroy and bring shame to others, but bring so much love and joy to other people.
Or do you think we are too much of our selves to accommodate you? Sometimes I wonder if you’re also selective. Christianity change don’t live us on the side, come to our lives like a love melody, and change us like a code of a poem. Change, change us to be one of god’s people.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Edited: Monday, September 22, 2008
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