Harcourt Noble

Rookie (February 6, many Rotary years ago / Onelga, Rivers State, NIgeria.)

Tribute To Nelson Mandela by African Student Association


Who can love Peace like you?
who can show peace like you?
Who can tell peace like you?
Who can find peace like you?
Who can peace like you?
Who can suffer for peace like you?
Who can cry for peace like you?
Who can give respect to peace like you?
Who can be respected worldwide for peace like you?
Who can be a leader for peace?
Who can fight for peace like you?
Who can preach for peace like you?
Your exit, demise leaves us empty,
confused and perplexed.
Now we ask....
Is the next Nelson Mandela Born?
Who can be the next Nelson Mandela?
Let the Peace you advocate for
find you once more.
In the WORLD BEYOND.
Courtesy: African Student Association.
Harcourt Noble's led Administration.

Submitted: Friday, December 06, 2013

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To give our hero his last respect. It's a pity we couldnt meet him before he died.

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