herbert guitang


Happy Birthday


The most beautiful greetings we receive
The best important days of our lives
The great moments happen in our existence
The center of our memorable events is Us, the lucky celebrant

The happiness is at peak and lively
The high energy of smiles and laughters are unceasing
The adrenaline of entertainment is high and spirited
The participation is very active and exerting

Your favor to close friends is attentively positive
Your gifts and request are mostly certain and assured
Your presence will have saluted and tribute words from love ones
Your deeds and memories will build up and get praise

Even the simple celebrant has time to celebrate
Even the workers have drinks to toss down
Even rich and ordinary people have foods to prepare
Even Rest In Peace people have their festivities and occasion

Before we start to blow candles and wish
Before we partake our sweet cakes
Before we raise our fermented drinks
Before we give our unforgettable surprises

Let us have the moment of silence
To give gratitude to the Giver of Life and Giver of the special day.

Submitted: Thursday, November 07, 2013
Edited: Sunday, November 09, 2014

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