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Maxim Muyu

(2nd July / 1981 nairobi)

regard me or not


Regard me or not,
Regard me or not but you I see,
Take me to heaven or hell but I see that your time judged me,
I know that my time gave me the meaning and all the essence that is all that I really need to have,
His love really regarded me or not I know that he loved me for the power of His work’s,
But in all my work’s I see the power of His work’s I know that they really made me see His power that was all the meaning that is all your love that saved all creation,
No, I must go on for I cannot tell of their soul but nobody know’s my soul,
For when you regard me or not I know your immutability made me alive and see the power of your work’s and in your love alone Iam all strong.

Submitted: Saturday, May 06, 2006
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