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Honesty – A Poem Written by Madiyar Ospanov, Edited by: Hon. Author Magie F-V Vijay-Kumar

Honesty

Written by Madiyar Ospanov
Edited by: Hon. Author Magie F-V Vijay-Kumar

 

The dream is high – the road is lonely
I reach for the mountain
I stare at the strings
I am not tired anyway

I run to the cliff
Often remember to reach
Are you alone?
Not even a bird in a nest

The fire if hope is burning
Connects in the morning

Is there a sense of sadness
Somes, I wonder

The poet dies
The hero dies
The truth is buried
I did not hear the end

All we have to do is to lie
All you have to do is to lie
A song of goodness
Lleft from evil

Excessive benefits
Hide a lot of tricks
In trying to reach the moon
Let there be only honesty!!!

 

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Written by Ewelina Maria BugajskaJavorka

Ewelina Maria Bugajska-Javorka was born in Poland, and now lives permanently in Denmark. She attended high school of economics and university of philosophy. She is the author of four poetry books. She has published her first book at the age of 17. Her poems can be found in many international anthologies. She is a laureate of many international awards and national literary competitions and recitation competitions in her homeland in Poland. She is a member of the NWNU - Union of Writers of the World. She is the International Goodwill Ambassador for Minorities at The Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities - FAAVM Canada and International Ambassador of The Brahmand Evolution Council, the Universal Mission for Peace, Justice and Humanity. Ambassador of Literature granted by Motivational Strips.
Editor Bharat Vision and Chief Administrator Motivational Strips - Scandinavian countries.
Correspondent and the head of the Poetry Department in Designer journal, Sweden.
President of the Spanish-World Writers’ Union – UNIÓN HISPANOMUNDIAL DE ESCRITORES (UHE), branch in Denmark.

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