No matter how the letter so long,
It still will leave thousands unsaid.
We live to wonder at the wonders how so many-
But none is more wonderful than that man that wonders.
Back to the flesh pot of Egypt-
We beckon on the pharaoh to lead the exodus.
Oh what a marvel!
No matter how near Greece is to our phoenix,
Its ashes wouldn’t even lighten up a sleeping candle.
If you don’t join the train,
Whenever it refuses to rain,
You’d just wait in vain-
With nothing to gain.
We have to embrace who we are;
Boastful, rude, fragile, ungrateful and folly.
But forgot who to become;
Obedient, patient, kind and thankful.
Remind me when it’s the right time to move,
The train station is about getting full.
The last resort of the common man!
I dare not wane!