donald kuutsi

(HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

Final Hour(Final Academic Battle)

This is it academic soilders
the tribe has spoken as the
final hour trumphet has been
blown ARISE, ARISE and pull
your arsenal wagons to the

The moment we have been waiting for has arrived
this is it the final hour has come
Go well to the battlefield and The
lord is with you, dont forget a war
cry before the battle begins...

This is it the moment has come
all these years as you have been
preparing your artilery the moment has come so take it out
from the arsenal and strike n smote everything you come across in the BATTLE...

The final hour has come, this is it
what do we stand for ''WAR'' WAR'' For the rest of our lives beacuse thats where THE HERITAGE to future lies, we were born to fight this war to safeguard
GO IN PEACE move your arsenic
wargons to the battlefield line
take heart be strong this is not
the first battle,
you have been down this road before be strong.....ARISE


Submitted: Sunday, October 28, 2012
Edited: Sunday, January 13, 2013
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