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Guess Who


Pen in Hand Spreading Happiness


Pen in hand writing my story
Reading it out with glory
Remembering the happy moments of life
Remembering the days when i was young
The days when I was an expert in doing wrong
After all mistakes were made to raise me
Mistakes taught me the rhythm of happiness
The curing melody from the harp of an enchantress
Slowly i came to understand my surrounding
Quickly i understood the notion of sharing
Mother nature I have nothing to say
Your words graved deep down my soul
' Dear human your goal is to spread peace
Don't panic just act with ease
Spread the words of wisdom among the kind
Slowly you'll notice the change in mind
Slowly your sail will accelerate to the winds of change
Gradually you'll find the keys to the 7 deadly sin's cage
Once closed you'll remember me in your words
Then you'll understand the meaning of nature
Then you'll understand my daily torture
Hope my message is left to the ones capable
Of spreading the words among the honorable

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 26, 2014

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