Treasure Island

Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

(September / Dennilton)

It's a brand new day


It's a brand new day
It's a brand new reality
It's a grand opening of the theater
"It's ours? "

Good things are happening
And they are happening to us
Mountains gathered together
Villages come together
To witness and to rejoice with us
"It's ours? "

Look how beautiful it is! ! !
People of elandsdoorn came out! ! !
People of neibouring places came out! ! !
They are amazed
"It's ours? "
"Is this theater ours? "

Good things are happening
And are happening to us
Through the great efforts of Dr Templeman
And Netherlands embassy
Good things are coming to us
Words cannot express the way we thank you.
"It's ours? "

Look the day came out come out to witness this day
The sky with its pale innocent became being surprised
When good things happen to us
Happened to us and us
The entire nation is watching
"It's ours? "

It's a brands new theater
It's a brand new talent
And I am going to show case my talents
Come out musicians
Come out Actors
Come out poets
There theater is build for you so let's make use of it
Let's make use of it! ! !
"It's ours? "

Submitted: Sunday, April 01, 2012

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