Treasure Island

Mary Oluwadunsin Oyeleke


Morning oh! Morning
Morning is coming up again
What a bright opportunity the morning has
Having it all unexplored

Morning oh morning
When the sun begins to rise from the east
And the cool breeze blows from the west

The cock crows at the sight of the morning
The goat blew and wakes up for new hope
Man rise to duty
Morning oh morning
How beautiful you are

When the creator was creating you
He created you with the part of light
To glow into darken situation
And give hope for the hopeless
Morning oh morning
How glorious you are

The day is determined by you
Fulfillment by the management of your power
And those that explore you enjoys the day
Morning oh morning
How loaded you are
Little wonder king David said
In the morning I will rise and praise the lord
I join him as I say
In the morning I will rise and make my day.

Submitted: Friday, October 15, 2010

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