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Stanley Oguh

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

A NEW YEAR


It's a new year
A new day
A new beginning
A new dream
A new aspiration
A new motivation
A new goal
A new spirit
A new character
A new emotion
A new heart
A new believe
A new determination
A new motive
A new lifestyle
A new destination
A new person
A new state of mind
A new resolution
A new attempt
A new happiness
A new song to sing
A new battle to fight
A new celebration
A new tale to narrate
A new war to conquer
A new behaviour
A new solution
A new condition
A new fulfilment
A new achievement
A new story to tell
A new opportunity
A new commitment
A new reason to live
A new chance
A new genesis
A new struggle
A new hope
A new sunshine
A new target
A new purpose
A new wish
A new mindset
And a new life to live.

Submitted: Monday, December 31, 2012
Edited: Monday, April 08, 2013
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