Category Archives: poetry

The woman who spread love and hope . . .

September 5, 2008 marked the tenth death anniversary of Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu. She is better known as Mother Teresa. Almost everyone would have heard of her and the organisation that she founded, the Missionaries of Charity. Mother Teresa . . … Continue reading

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May the cheer come back into her life!

After nine months in pain, She got her bundle of joy, her gain, The little girl was pale blue, As in a baby born blue, She was filled with terrible pain, To feel the little one’s heart strain, She thought … Continue reading

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A brave new world!

Image: Picasa’s web album-Ado’s public gallery A tired soul, at the end of a tiring day, Was returning home on a lonely stretch at night, When something as clear as day, Was seen in the twin beams of light, A … Continue reading

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