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Roumiana Dancheva

(Elmhurst, NY, USA)

Holding Progress


In our hands is it and here!
Best of perfections with real approvements.
Miracle of emotional chance of
waves from heaven, earth, universe
Talented glory floating up over the walls
Prosperity of humanitarian actions
Courages to motivate our future
is true—unbelievable upcomings
Blessed brightest future might be
Together starting future in pray
All over the doings of
known with unknowing
Spectacular feelings, fightings
Conglomerate of great real world
An ideal work on it
unchained open-minded
Inside the ocean of past, destiny, future
Desirous with actions
Should it be all humans together?
In name of humanity, prosperity,
progress to be

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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