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written by: Makanjuola Simon



Bound with no cords,
Separated by no one.
Sticking together no need of glue,
Let me give you a clue,
Different race from a different place,
Still, no pace change our face,
Through trials, we'll stay,
Sticking together like your jugular veins.
No strength for the fray,
But to pray, and slay those that does not pave the way.
Though different tribes,
We rise and glide,
Over different seas,
And landed on a SHIP
That transports affection
Of the heart and feeling.

Makanjuola Simon

Makanjuola Simon

Lover of Books and Nature.
Look beyond your Vista and be convicted within yourself to think positively.
Makanjuola Simon

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