Biography of Winston Harding
Winston Harding Poems
Poverty In The 21st Century
It's the 21st century The media displays it day and night, Poverty. Poverty across the globe lies
On The Elevator
Rushing to work, up in the sky Taking the elevator, up! Up! Up! People coming in, one by one Dressed appropriately, never a smile
The greed of the 21st century Upon humanity seen, near and far Financial institutions fallen Corporations shaken
Jamaica, land of wood and water Beautiful island of the Caribbean From your belly birth sons and daughters With pioneering spirit, adventurous domains
United Nations Finally Together!
A world strengthened by the final absolute Vote; United Nations Security Council. Yes, September 27th,2013, the full Body of the Council voted, rightly so, for Syria to remove
Nelson Mandela The Hero Lives
The doors slammed shut on aparthed in 1990 Nelson Mandela was freed, freed from confinement And the people shouted; long live Mandela, Long live freedom, truth and justice
America! Arise to your historical day, The clarion call has sounded, Another day of your history is on target This major milestone must be faced,
Don'T Tear America Down!
Those who thinks America is finished; Think again. Feeling dismayed that You are not leaping ahead like before? It is not only in America; worldwide, indeed.
Leaders Of The World, Be Courageous
This time calls for courageous leaders to stand, Stand for the hope and safety of people of Syria I pray for brave citizens across the globe To call upon their leaders to step out of the crowd,
My Soul Wane
Lord, my soul wane in hearing, Reading, seeing the destruction Of Your world, Your paradise. Evil spirit taking control of your creation.
A Toast To Canada
Canada, land of the rocky mountain, The Niagara Falls, the Maple Leafs, The land with the longest street in the world, You, who are amongst the giant of nations, lies
Touch The Soul Of Humanity
Father God, I come to Thee today, Thank You for my precious life. Thank You for my family and friends. Thank You for the Administrators of
Watch Your Mouth!
To speak vile against another is wrong; in silence, Or in small group is one thing, in public, another. Being radical is courageous; yet Being too radical is dangerous.
Serious wind, passionate wind You pass me by, on your way To somewhere, I will never go, I cannot see you.
On The Elevator
Rushing to work, up in the sky
Taking the elevator, up! Up! Up!
People coming in, one by one
Dressed appropriately, never a smile
People sadden by age, by profession
Ravished by economic turns, never a smile
People with relationship problems, enter en masse
Never, never a smile