donald kuutsi

Rookie - 340 Points (HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)


Life lines too lurid to see the future,
The Future is so bright to see
life lines turning grey,
The soul is getting weary,
will l finish this journey,
Embracing uncertanity,
Each day as it comes,
as if l m hugging a cactus,
Oh! ! heaven l need a hug,
Spare me from these hands of these oppressors who gain Wealth from my lucious sweat,
The earth is about to swallow me alive,
They have drenched&sucked my energy,
This york is so heavy,
The soul is getting weary,
Spare me from this yoke,
The heart pounds so louder
like the drums of the asante,
Embrace the pain in my heart
uncertanity blind folding my eyes,
oh Heaven l need a hug
I m so blind to see the way
But l have the compass in my hands
Bestow me the ray of hope and vision to reach my destiny
Oh Heaven Take me away,
The earth wants to swallow my valor and vision
The shadow of sorrow craves for my Soul,
Trying to vindicate Destiny
Oh heaven l need a hug,
Embrace me from this yoke
Heaven l need a hug

Submitted: Saturday, October 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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