Treasure Island

NENGOVHELA MURENDENI

(08-01-199 / LIMPOPO (VENDA\THOHOYANDOU/MARAXWE))

LOOSER


Losing someone in life
Is like been hijacked
Being killed b by an unknown citizen
Losing the future that you have

Being a bachelor is a limit of problems
No do I need to ask not
No do I really love or not
No am I going to be divorced or not

Divorce is a sin in life
Divorcing is promoting devils power
Is a madder of murdering someone’s heart
Divorce is a heart breaker, a devil in earth

Let the poorer live
As the love of god endure forever.
God bless the divorced ones.

Submitted: Monday, May 25, 2009

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  • Catrina Heart (5/27/2009 9:08:00 AM)

    Divorce is given to couples in their acknowledgement...legal separation is blessed with different situational causes.....the byline of divorce, who is the looser? The children perhaps who suffer the consequences of divorce. (Report) Reply

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