Treasure Island

Abdul Karim


Take Courage and Never Give Up,


Take Courage and Never Give Up,
Take Courage and Never Give Up,
I can see where we came from,
The Meaning is all Seen in Mine Eyes,
That we are all Blessed from all Our Hard Work,
In all my Comfort from Discomfort,
The Meaning is all Clear that Iam not fading anymore,
In all Parts that I see Courage in all Good Work's,
It is in me that I feel Secure and Hold a Sanctuary Called a Holy Dwelling,
In all Through the Narrow Road Iam taking all Good Works in my agile and deft Skills,
That I may never Tire on all GOOD Works from on High.

Submitted: Sunday, June 07, 2009

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  • Saadat Tahir (6/7/2009 8:17:00 AM)

    great lines karim
    courageous...righteous lines...spoken for mankind

    great poetry
    its ten an cheers (Report) Reply

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