Treasure Island

Abdulrasheed Dawodu


Eureka


Oh!
I found it
You is the lord
So huge, so large so radiant
Making the plant grow
And the flowers glow
But who rules the west
When in the east the Sun sets

Oh! I found it
You is the lord
So calm, so wide, so bright
Adorning the sky with light
The illumination
But who controls the day
When only at night, the moon displays

Oh I found him
He is the lord
They say he died for my sin
Even before I came to be
But who ruled the world
Before he became a being

Eureka!
I have found peace
His mercy, His light, His might
He rules the world
When the sun sets to rest,
Controls the earth
Even before we had our first breath
He is ALLAH
The Lord of the worlds

Submitted: Monday, September 02, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 17, 2013
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