Lekadabra Fadimu


My Future


I want to have a future as Bright as the morning glory. That does not need too much struggle, A future i'll be proud to call mine, a future that will bring me a glorious honour. I want to have a future, A future that is above me, as my yesterday sorry full of sorrow, and my today full of struggle, so will my future and tomorrow storiest will be full of happiness and joy. I want to have a future as sweet as honey, A future which i've been working for, even if it takes part of my body i don't care but determination with time will surelly takes me there. MY FUTURE WILL BE BRIGHT, AM SURE.

Submitted: Friday, March 23, 2012
Edited: Friday, March 23, 2012

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