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Poems from Rays of Light Orphanage School

Posted: Fri, November 06, 2015 | By: Rays of Light Orphanage School



Rays of Light Orphanage School

A school that we are proud of we orphans

You care for us on rays of light

The teachers you have are good caring and loving people

Without you we wouldn’t have survived since our parents left us at the
early age, where we would not support our selves

Oh rays of light orphanage school you have cared for us

The friends you have are good and kind to us; they support us with
medicine and part of food which keep us health all the time

Disease are healed because of the medicine you are given by your friend
from California especially Eric Oliver and Hank Pellisier

Dear fellow orphans, come and be part of us at Rays of Light, the school
we are proud of.

A school that has conducive environment for us orphans to study. We have
developed the reading and writing skills through your struggle

Oh, dear countymen stand with Rays of light orphanage school for more
support of us orphans to achieve our good. Support us in building permanent
class rooms and good water sources to boost our health.

Oh Rays of Light Orphanage school people love you because of the love
and care you have for us.

Long live our school, long live your friends.

Oh we the young orphans of rays of light orphanage school we are proud
to day for tomorrow is ours because of the support from our school

We are the leaders to take decisions

Decisions of our time tomorrow

Wake up fellow orphans, prepare now for the great task work hard at your
class work

Be disciplined oh young orphans

For people to respect us and entrust us with tomorrow

Keep health, Oh young orphans, say no to disease and wars that killed
our parents reject drugs and bad company.

Remember the alight, Oh young orphans

The source of strength and wisdom, our guide to success, today is Eric
Oliver and Hank Pellissier and tomorrow is ours

——-


Eric Oliver. Eric Oliver

You have created friendship with us

You have given us your medicine, good where many of us are good in healthy

We are now going to be free from sickness and orphanage because of you father

Oh! Father we have earned a lot from your care, we request you to join hands to support your school.

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AIDS, AIDS, AIDS

Aids. Aids where do you come from?

Who brought you here?

You have no cure

You have no age limit

You affect the rich and the poor

You are a killer

You have left us parentless

The worlds are crying because of you.

——-

Food, Food, Food

Where do you come from?

Without you we can not live

With out you we can not grow

Oh dear Eric Oliver thank you for the food you have been giving us.

Food, Food, Food

Without you we can not read and write

Without you we can not play

Without you we can not sleep

We love you food

Oh Dear Eric Oliver thank you for your parental care

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MONEY MONEY, MONEY,

Who made you money?

In coins we need you

In notes we need you

Money, Money, Money

Without you we can not go to school

With out you we can not get food

With out you we can not get medicine

Money, money, money

How old are you?

Riddle

I have wagons

I move on rails only

What am I?

I live in the sky

I give off light and heat

Who am I?

People eat me

Sometimes they plant me

When I grow I give them more food

I am white in colour

What am I?

I am made of wood I move only on water people use cars to, move me

What am I?



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