Mark Adrian Adonay

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All Things To Say


To say the you have won the race
Better to speak it little.

To say that you're in better place
Better to speak it little.

To say you're gone to sow and reap
Better to speak it little.

To say that you're in peace asleep
Better to speak it little.

To say you stand on higher ground
Better to speak it little.

To say you've made a joyful sound
Better to speak it little.

To say your dreams overcomes doubt
Better to speak it little.

To say you've reached East, West, North, South
Better to speak it little.

To say your life, not full of strife
Better to speak it little.

All things to say,
Better to speak it little.

Submitted: Monday, December 23, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 26, 2013

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