Dancing Paragraphs

23 Jul


I tell u, the best books to read don’t have fancy names; they aren’t found in expensive bookshops or Smithsonian libraries. The best books are actually free, readily available whereva u go. They come in all shapes, colors n sizes. Most of them don’t even need u to open n read to get their hidden content; all u gotta do is sit back n simply observe. These books are so similar yet so unique like the stripes on a savanna zebra. These books are indeed divine: the way they walk, how they smile, the shape of their frowns, the twinkle in their eyes, laughter of their happiness, the serenity of their sadness, the warmth of their touch, the comfort of their gentle hugs, the assurance of their words. The value of these books cannot be measured in dollars or gold, for they are sculpted with moist mad & coated with angelic dust. They are a true literal work of art infused with kindness & engraved with Ubuntu love, although their royalty is sometimes overshadowed by the hardships and pangs of these hectic world. Nevertheless, they are worth every word within their cover, every sentence within their paragraph, every prose within their chapter. U should take time to read these books whenever u get a chance. Maybe like me you will find one whose words will change the direction of your heart.


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