Leaf of hope

Deliverance is the sign of hope in a life

Noah believed and listened and he became of the humblest stewards, then by Gods divine, he floated on the fury of the hail storms, He was waiting to let the storms pass, then he sent out the dove to look out for the new earth in the wake of turmoil. The dove returned with a green leaf in her beak to show Noah a sign of life on earth.

Deliverance is the sign of peace in a life, that where there’s hope, there is a way and where there’s trust, the Dove shall always return with a leaf of hope



We have all waited for something to happen and no one stops and because hope gives, nothing happens, but only in time. Deliverance is the hope that gives.

When Noah’s dove brings the news of light, hope and salvation to my window… And each morning I look through the window, and I am waiting for that dove, then I am thinking about a story. I will write all I think of the earth, oceans, the light and day until such an hour when the dove shall come.                                  

                 Inspiration kills us             

We won’t tire. Our eyes shall see and our hands will write. It’s crazy and boring, a ga

Edited in Lumia Selfie


me playing in the sand, but madness makes it rather worth playing .We might be misaligned but we shine in our creative madness. While we draw with our fingers in the sand, each day we enhance a masterpiece out of life.


                                                                                              Nsimamukama creative non fiction writer,

poet and author of this blog Inspiration kills click on your right hand corner and follow, let me share with you the joy of literary adventure 






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