Treasure Island

Emmanuel Oduro


Congratulations


The struggle is now history
Hard work brought us victory
Self-denial and dedication gave us this glory
Moved by such mammoth amount of motive
It was no wonder we sustained our resolve
Congratulations to all.

You were abroad canvassing for support
We stayed at home developing rapport
They worked with the despot for reports
With such a formidable teamwork
Victory could not elude our network
Congratulations to all

Some of them soon bought our mission
Infested their ranks with our vision
Soon we were all singing in unison
The tune of equal opportunity in one nation
Hurrah, victory is accomplished
Halleluiah, the old order is banished
The foundation of a new order is established
With the spirit of unity in diversity as basis
One people with one destiny in one nation
To All, Congratulation

Submitted: Monday, January 09, 2012
Edited: Monday, January 09, 2012

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