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The Defination of Myself

Author: kingsley
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my country and me

The Defination of Myself

I am a child of great destiny,
A golden seed living inside a golden fruit.
I am the eagle whose presence in the world,
Will inspire other birds to great flight.

I am one of the people the world is waiting for,
One of the persons history wants to see
So don't be surprised if I am being described
As a tree taller than Mountains.

I have no time to waste
For my life is an important quest
And for those of you
Who want to know more about me
Here is all I can tell you about myself:
I am me a Nigerian,
A true blessing to Nigeria

Submitted on 2012-07-17 21:55:09     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Dreams are born in mind's eyes and they turn to reality. Dreams pave a way to accomplishments . The image about yourself that you have created reflects your passion to be a HERO for your country.
| Posted on 2012-07-22 00:00:00 | by Ramneet | [ Reply to This ]
  Quite a comeback I said as I read on. I like to feel a little bit this way also of my American patriotism. Not that I'm all too sure I'm going to be able to icon the extrapolation on the metaphysical mystique but it definitely touches my dreamer!!! Dream on, people need their guidon and banner!!


PS: It's definition unless you spelled it wrong on purpose in which case it's kind of cute.
| Posted on 2012-07-17 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]

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