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Paul Mwenelupembe


God Can Re-write My Days


God can rewrite my days
Far from over seas is my rake
Pushing all the dirt to the dust bean
Is my candle day light to shine upon

Look at me look at me
Lying in a tent of wealth
Up the mountain of pine
Of cool weather in my flooded land
The best of I AM away is my home

From the mountain top, is me
Writing my history are wishes
Over writing my page to the next point
Of my nation here in the Idle land
In the wanderland of wealth
In the best hand of I AM

Submitted: Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 28, 2014

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God does things amazingly! He can take you from one point to the other. He gives the way HE planned for his child. He is God! ! I write this poet while am in the field between Malawi and Mozambique boundary reaffirmation exercise. Am a land surveyor so am here to serve my nation Malawi

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