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Sylvia Chidi

Rookie - 27 Points (Germany)

Its a new year with new beginnings


Perhaps I say this too quick
For my words are richly thick
But if I were to take a pick
I will look upon love as a new trick
So what!
It's a new year with new beginnings

A cocktail of winnings
A diet of slimming
Hairstyles with new trimming
Soon my desire will be thinning
while market stores make a killing
So what!
Its a new year with new beginnings

I toast my glass as I am drinking
Cheering out aloud and singing
I know there are so many feelings
I should aspire to be unveiling
For once I will start chilling
So what!
It's a new year with new beginnings

The New Year resolutions
The New Year illusions
That cause great minds great confusions
Watch! As I move forward with new solutions
So what!
It's a new year with new beginnings

A time to be bold
And lay out with the cold
While the shadows of my past
Attempt to walk my path so fast
But it's a new year with new beginnings
Old habits it's time for deletion
New ideas, this time I will pursue your completion

Sylvia Lovina Chidi 2013

Submitted: Saturday, January 05, 2013
Edited: Saturday, January 05, 2013

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