Treasure Island

Micheal Nkemchor Nwabuoku


Songs


Songs

Songs are dangerous daggers
Only it can quench the soul's hunger
Songs keep the mind alive
It is healthier than coca cola's five alive

Songs can grow love
It works faster than kid glove
Songs give freedom to slaves
It destroys evil conclaves

Songs connects the physical to the spiritual
It is the only access to the supernatural
Via songs David enjoyed the presence of God
'Up until tomorrow' psalms still brings down the glory of The Lord

Songs brought down the wall of Jericho
It can also lift that embargo
David sang everyday
Have you today?

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014

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