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Happy Happy Birthday Mr Martin Luther King Jr

to the greatest valiant leader of our time  and  the most sanctified of Men let me say I hope you can and do perceive the love and wishes that many feel for you happy happy birthday  to you an advocate of many little hearts and minds I lift up my eyes with a wonder and amazement for the dream you left behind for us all happy happy birthday, Sir  your strength, your will, your sacrifices  and your noble dream  carry hope and encouragement for all who can hear the words to I Have A Dream (Poems) happy happy birthday To a Southern Baptist Minister  who preached  It like it was and told it,  like it should be  happy happy birthday  to a  Gentleman of freedom  as unique as only God could have made thee

 To the " Greatest valiant leader of our time "
and " the most sanctified of Men"
let me say
I hope,
you can and do perceive
the love and wishes
that many feel for you
" Happy Happy Birthday " to you
An advocate
of many little hearts and minds
I lift up my eyes.
with a wonder and amazement
for the dream you left behind,
for us all
'Happy Happy Birthday, Sir "
" Your strength,
Your will,
Your sacrifices "
and " Your Noble Dream "
carry hope and encouragement
for all who can hear the words to
"I Have A Dream" (Poems)
" Happy Happy Birthday "
"To a Southern Baptist Minister "
who preached " It like it was "
and told it," Like it should be "
" Happy Happy Birthday "
to a " Gentleman of freedom "
as " Unique as only God could have made thee "

by:verlecia l. fields
aka:lyricvixen

Copyright © verlecia fields | Year Posted 2017

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