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Franca Kenneth

(February 08,1996 / Lagos)

Rainbow


We all have a destiny to follow.
It is not right to make predictions of danger.
Where there are lessons to learn in our lives,
we'd better learn them without interference
and not runaway.
The most dangerous aspect of evil is that-
it never recognises itself.
The blame must always be put on someone else.
Or an outside circumstances.
So that the guilty can believe themselves innocent.
We all have a dark side.
Only rainbows are made of light.
Rainbow reminds us of everytime we were ever loved.
Rainbow will lift you and wash away
all that's wrong in the space around you.
The rainbow is a symbol all over the world.
Something that brings people of goodwill
from different religions and races.
Perhaps a vast coming together
in time to save the world.

Submitted: Monday, January 14, 2013
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