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Timothy muggaga


A Destiny to Reach


The grave calls, the cradle waves
Darkness rules a barren world
Hope is slim in an ocean of sorrow
Life is a hell that mankind dwells in
Tears wet the land and pain sprouts out
Failure covers the plains to feed the masses
Yet at the end, there’s a pit of darkness.
BUT behold, the savior reigns
To deliver hope and bring peace
The destiny of the upright,
The day of light has been born
The farmer reaps big at the harvest
Pregnant clouds produce rain
In the mystery of salvation, there’s a destiny to reach

Submitted: Thursday, July 14, 2011
Edited: Thursday, July 14, 2011

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