Maxim Muyu

(2nd July / 1981 nairobi)

Your Light

Your Light
Your light is another manifestation,
Since your words exist in my brains,
In my light of prophesy,
I keep thinking on words beneficial and exuberance,
Life and Light,
Are the greatest significance for humankind,
In your mind there's that taste and value,
So significant to magnify an earthly being,
With no limitation to achievement,
Your light is all everywhere,
Even in the darkest night,
I chose that my light was discovered,
I'm not a man by identification but by what I chose,
The numerous thoughts that are the light,
I keep on thinking,
Acting and Swaying,
Think about life,
Think about the core man in you,
Where do we all beloong?
Where do we be actually going?
When there is hope,
When there is future,
When there is love,
Then there must be a greater future,
Think about life,
Where does the mankind really belong?

Submitted: Monday, February 05, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 08, 2011

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