TRIBUTE TO BENAZIR (1953 - 2007)
by Jackson Aniefiok
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A life of struggles and a dream of change, that's the meaning of tribute!
I saw you standing alone,
Like a ship in the mist of the storm,
A beautiful flower in the desert,
Your ideas were dreams cut short,
Man is an enerny of change,
Dreams you fought with your life,
Now, was burried in your grave,
You fought with harmless weapons,
You talk about libration and human freedom,
Your enermies lives in the darkest planet,
They see life as a time wasted,
Libration is like a sword to their souls
They are killers to human freedom,
They fought with harmful weapons
A single bullets that burried a dream,
Tribute to Benazir Bhutto,
One life with a million of compassion,
I saw your foot-print walking away!
I saw your shadow smilling at the world,
I saw you burried in your grave.
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|Reviewed by Sheila Roy
A wonderful tribute. I like the imagery in the beginning of this because it proves how rare ("flower in the desert") you thought she was. It's true, too. Not everyone is willing to lay down their life for the betterment of an entire society. Beautiful:)
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A fine tribute to a fine human being; thank you for sharing it, Jackson. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Lavendar Jazz
|Benazir was a remarkable woman and the world was afraid of a spirit such as hers. This is a lovely tribute to her...we need more strong women like her.|