Jamila.i. Bello girei

Rookie (1 january 1990 / girei adamawa state nigeria)

Every begining has an end


EVERY BEGINNING HAS AN END

Beats of hope
Matching feeds of tone
Like a discussion of elite
Upon a singing lullaby
From it the dance of excitement comes

An endless tone and dances
So affection and charming
Images like garden of dreams
Smiles that knows no control
And so it came to past.

Submitted: Sunday, April 04, 2010

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