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Stanley Oguh

Rookie - 79 Points (06-06-1992 / Lagos, nigeria)

A DREAM COME TRUE


I have a dream,
That one day man will evolve into a unique creature.
I have a dream,
That our dreams will be brighter in the nearest future.
I have a dream,
A dream of the world being a better place.
I have a dream,
That one day there will be peace in the whole of human race.
I have a dream,
That one day all our sorrows will be gone for good.
I have a dream,
A dream of the hungry been feed with excessive food.
I have a dream,
That one day we'll all live in unity.
I have a dream,
That one day our lives will be guaranteed of heavenly immunity.
I have a dream,
That one day all our fears will be forgotten.
I have a dream,
A dream of a life without an heavy burden.
I have a dream,
A dream of the world without pain.
I have a dream,
A dream of a life without unbearable strain.
I have a dream,
A dream of the world with immeasurable happiness.
I have a dream,
A dream of the world with no space for sadness.
I have a dream,
A dream of the world in a perfect balance.
I have a dream,
A dream of human with a touch of heavenly brilliance.
I have a dream,
A dream of a world sunken deep in love.
I have a dream,
A dream of earth made like heaven kind of.
I have a dream,
A dream of the world in a perfect view.
I have a dream,
It's a dream come true.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 08, 2013
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