Ernest Makuakua

Gold Star - 9,255 Points (30-09-1990 / South africa)

Untitled - Poem by Ernest Makuakua

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In the middle of the night we would wake up count stars as if wed catch few yet thousands dimmer for there were millions brighter

When we thought of closing our eyes one became even brighter showing that even though it may be dark there’s always that star that stands out

We sometimes sit alone thinking maybe if I just keep this then there won’t be any torture yet its self-torture we are alive and as we are we are to live
I am the way truth and life HE said
Speak life and ye shall see life for if that is what we learn to live by then the evil one may just walk away
Seems easy when it’s not yet when its hard that’s when we need to stand firm

Africa
I came to this world to add value and there’s nothing that you will do de value what I am about to accomplish no matter what devil and his miserable things he may come with id still stand tall under the I am that has sent me here for I’m always under his hand that touches and word that never fails.

In the middle of the night when we wake up remember that there is someone without the power of accomplishment that failed to defeat that terror horror you just saw in the spiritual realm

You are still chosen to make it through make the best of every moment you get and God will lift you up still as long as you believe in HE.

Topic(s) of this poem: life


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 9, 2015



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