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Stanley Oguh

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

Ave Maria


Hail holy queen
Mother of compassion
With a beauty that's rarely seen
Mother of all nation
With a heart full of love
She's the queen of heaven
That blesses her children from above
And takes away their heavy burden.
She's the mother of our saviour
Created with an immaculate heart
A priceless heart full of love beyond measure
That restore hope to those whose lives have been tore apart.
Mother of divine grace
That incarnate the only begotten son
And gave birth to redemption for the sake of human race
A price that can be paid by none.
She's the queen of the holy rosary
And mother of perpetual goodness
That defeat every misery
And brings everlasting happiness.
Mother of theological and cardinal virtues
And refuge of sinners
With an angelic love you can't refuse
That makes her children winners.
She's the queen of peace
And mother of good council
With her peace never on a lease
To those whose lives have been on a down hill.
She's the seat of wisdom
And the gateway to heaven
For she's the queen of GOD'S kingdom
And amazing like the stars of heaven.
She's GOD'S immaculate creation
Conceived without original sin
Mother of all nation
With a loving heart never been seen.
She's the mother of all mothers
With a heart full of mercy
An epitome of good morals
With the fate of the world at her mercy.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 08, 2013
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