Pratisha Karki

(Nepal)

My strenth


My Strength

Oh Brother! you are my strength!
Your smile gives me the power to survive
And your love gives me the right to live.
The truth is that I wouldn't be existing
Without you, and if I would be,
There would be no identity.

Oh Brother, your words move me towards my destiny,
And your spirit helps me to keep rocking
Every morning the sunshine reminds me of your bravery
And hence, asks me if i am your sister.

Oh Brother, you are my strength!
Your courage shakes me up and blows me out of my fear.
The struggle in your journey,
And the success of your mission
Says me that nothing is impossible, but is a strong will

Oh Brother, you are my strength!
In the days when I am falling, you persuade me.
You are the sunshine and you are the moon.
No dreams would be fulfilled without you
And so my dignity.

Submitted: Saturday, March 08, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, April 01, 2008
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  • Scott Austin (3/17/2008 10:09:00 PM)

    The strength can be felt in your words you have written, it is great to have another help us when things get rough. May peace and joy fill your heart each and everyday.

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