Maia Padua

Rookie - 34 Points (Virgo / City of Gentle People)

OBAMA__Instrument of PEACE?

Nations against nations
Destruction upon destruction
Racial discrimination
Egoistic feelings
Everything worst is happening.

Everybody's mind thinking
When will all these end?
When do we feel true brotherhood?
When will be the loftiest aspirations reached?
Or dreams of unity realized?

Fear not, God will make a way.

The world triumphed
The President of the masses has come
Conquers unprecedented approval of all
Races of every color join the inauguration and fun.

He won not to reign just for his own people
Not to reign but to be of service to all
He will be a leader of the rich and the poor
Despite religion, despite different colors.

Obama, a channel of His peace?
all countries in jubilation
his inauguration, a wonderful history
different races witnessed, a sign of unity.

Our heart do hope and wished
Every nation in unity, they embraced.
Love will dwell in everybody
This will be the new beginning of a wonderful history.

FEAR not, GOD WILL MAKE A WAY............


Submitted: Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, October 11, 2011

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