yewande adedokun

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'Happy' Is The Word


A day came and comes when the rise of emotions pitch peak
the alphabets are written on a music scale
a day you have everything, but you are not so rich
Even nature hits a pause on the rain

The way tears swells in your eye pulse
and words cannot give the accurate account of a day to recall
a day an expectation is fulfilled and made in history
mind dancing in tune and roaming the history gallery
because it cannot forget the day nothing was said more
than happy is the word.

Submitted: Friday, June 01, 2012
Edited: Friday, June 01, 2012

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