For what I would give in return?
If my soul has breathed in and out
Then Death shall heal my niggles of doubt
I live, eat and rejoice
And do things of my brightest choice
Then, shall I not to the Nature give
Part of what I gained when I live?
I toil earth and extend my boundary
Castles are built to form a tower foundry
On this ground I walk today
Underneath shall my body tomorrow lay
It’s said:”every soul has its given date
Be it years, ne’er too soon nor late
My skin, a fragment of clay and dust
Shall decay despite my envies and lust
Written by:Cypher Muhammad
Edited by: Kukogho Iruesiri Samson
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