Israel Nnaji


Access Road


The direction of men
cannot be contained by the
limits of their imagination;
the beauty of time is not
determined by our feelings;
if love was meant to be blind
in a place we didn't understand,
let life lead us consciously to
the purity of our dreams.

Freewill cannot be expressed in
a sheltered place;
our minds is to be our guide in
a place we can't seem to assimilate
ourselves;
If life is to be a challenge in the
remote areas of our existence;
let there be light in the beginning
of our thoughts....

Submitted: Saturday, May 17, 2014

Topic(s): Destiny


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