Abdulkadir Abdulrahim

Rookie - 18 Points (25-july,1993 / Potiskum, Yobe State/Nigeria)

I Call You Brother.


I hope you can hear me well brother,
This jungle is not enough to hide you brother.
Oooh! Brother.

My brother,
Try to repent before one day.
When there will be no excuse,
When everyone wants to save himself.
When nobody cares for anyone,
Oooh! Brother wake up.

Try your best brother,
Dont be among the victims of tomorrow,
Dont be among those who will regret,
Dont be among those who will cry for their deeds.
Oooh! Brother, think well.

Oh! Brother,
Try to look at yourself,
Trust yourself brother.
Have confidence on your deeds,
And look down brother.

Oh! Brother,
I call you brother not because to the same family, nation we belong.
Nor race as well as the same continent.
But i refer to the all people who are living this sphere.
Well bro us live togather.

Yes! Brother…
I hope you understand me well,
And i hope you will repent before the sunset...

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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