donald kuutsi

Rookie - 330 Points (HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

IN MEMORY OF MAXINE WILLIAMS


I m still confused that your are gone,
So early without completing our journey,
I can't believe it you are gone,
I can see it vivid, it was only yesterday doing the yayo dance
As l laughed as if my lungs were going to come out,
I still reminisce the moments you used to taught us how to play the violin, as you were patient with us, like a fishermen
l wish l could stop time like a photograph,
Everything looked perfect until cairos the inevitable race,
Sneaked towards your destiny,
No more you!
What l m going to do?
Memories can't fade
As they have been printed in my heart like a tattoo,
Things will never be the same without you,
I couldn't wait for August to see being capped
Now l cant, cairos abducted you from us
Death ended your destiny but not our relationship
Your memories is the only thing you left,
These memories are going to ignite my soul and finish the
Journey you started, Maxine your memories and doctrines will always stay even though you are gone, we will cherish your works
MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN ETERNAL PEACE

Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013
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MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE MAXINE
THANK YOU FOR BEING THERE FOR US 'FALCONS TRUST''
WE WILL CONTINUE WITH THE PROJECTS YOU LEFT
YOUR MEMORIES WILL GUIDE US

REST IN PEACE MAXINE

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