The softness of this cushion comes
For pillowing your tousled head,
To tuck in with your teddy bear
All snuggly in your little bed.
Warm and safe this chilly night
To softly still your little sigh,
Dream now your very sweetest dream
Floating in the starlit sky.
Your loving angel I will bid
Be close and warm for you to keep,
For I am near, My love is real
To watch you while you rest in sleep.
Trust Me now, My will be done
For I will all the dark dispel,
Believe that I am holding you
And every heart you love as well.
Soft Whispers from
Derry’s Heart Poems ©March 2012
Poetry From The Heart
~Sleep my child and peace attend thee
All through the night.
Guardian angels God will send thee,
All through the night.~
‘Sir Harold Boulton’
Mercredi, le 25 avril 2012
16:30 – 19:30
Il y très exactement exactement 1 an,le 25 Avril 2011 à 16h34 je créais ce groupe pour rassembler les fans et soutenir la LÉGENDE SAMUEL ETO’O.A l’occasion du premier anniversaire du FAN CLUB,je souhaiterais avoir un traitement particulier en ce jour.Je profite de l’occasion pour remercier tous les Fans qui ont su soutenir le 9 désormais 99.
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Et a Douala retrouvez Armand BIYAG le 04.05.2012 à l’IFC de Douala ( ex CCF )
Joseph Béti Assomo is the New Governor of the Littoral Region.
He received his baton of command Friday 30 March 2012 in an official ceremony chaired by the Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralisation, René Emmanuel Sadi. Former governor of the Far North region, the 53 year old civil administrator, replacing Francis Faï Yengo (going on retirement) is expected to instill security measures that will shun disorder and uncivic habits out of the economic metropolis..
The newly installed Governor is expected to regularise the motor bike sector pending registration and immatriculation formalities which end on 12 June 2012.
Meantime, Bernard OKALIA BILAI, one time SDO for FAKO division has assumed office as governor of the South West Region. He was installed to his functions Thursday 29 March 2012 in a colourful inauguration ceremony presided over by Rene Emmanuel SADI, attended by a cross section of top brass officials, traditional and religous authorities of the SWR. The Newly installed governor is confronted to so many stakes and challenges, the SW people hope, he will outrightly address with wisdom, for the sake of peace, unity and development.
Pumping fluid of life
The heart continues
Even in pain and strife
Yet more than muscle
More than mechanics therein
The heart has a mind
Clinging to either life or sin
For a man indeed is
As he thinketh in his heart
It is from the heart-center
Growth of fruit does start
Thus we feel heart pain
When bad news we learn
Or feel our hearts lifted
When loved ones return
It is Christ’s heart that aches
When sinners reject His love
For His heart pours blessings
From His throne above
The life-blood of His heart
Is the life-force of salvation
It purifies and restores
And strengthens in temptation
Guard carefully, then, your heart
Let it be of flesh, not stone
Sensitive to God’s Word
Imprinted with Truth alone
For the Law of the LORD
Is written upon His child’s heart
That he may live victoriously
And from God never part
So we protect our hearts
And lift them to the Most High
We embrace the love of Christ
Never our hearts to go awry
And we sing of God’s love
We rejoice in His glory
Christ’s heart bled for us
Salvation is His Story
Beating so faithfully then
Let the rhythm of our hearts be one
With the symphony of our King
Yes, music of Eternity has begun
© Caroline Gavin
THE HEAD OF STATE PRESIDENT PAUL BIYA GRANTED AUDIENCE TO PIERRE MOUSSA, MINISTER OF STATE FOR THE ECONOMY, PLANNING, TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT SD INTEGRATION, BEARER OF A SEALED MESSAGE FROM CONGOLESE PRESIDENT DENIS SASSOU NGUESSO, ON THURSDAY 29 MARCH 2012.
Speaking to the press after the audience that lasted over one hour,the Congolese envoy announced that he brought a sealed message from the Congolese president to his brother and friend,President Paul BIYA. He Categorically refused to discuss whatever the content of the message was.
He mentionned the fact that his visit to Cameroon was coming after the disaster that occurred in his country, with the death of over 300 people and over 3000 others wounded. Part of the mission of the delegation he was leading to Yaounde, was to thank the president of the republic, and his entire general Cameroonian people for their general support and compassion during this tragic incident. The Congolese Government was doing everything to lighten the suffering of those who are affected.
He also talked about sub-regional integration saying that the Heads of States of the sub-region will soon be meeting in Brazzaville in May this year to redefine the policy and economic integration.
On the recent expulsion of the CEMAC President Antoine NTSIMI from the Bangui commisssion, Pierre MOUSSA said it was a result of a misunderstanding,and that the Commission President Antoine NSTIMI will soon be in Bangui to continue his work, and to prepare the summit announced for May at Brazzaville.
The Head of state was accompanied during the audience by the Secretary General of the Presidency of the republic Ferdinand NGOH NGOH , while the Congolese Envoy was accompanied by Adolphe ADOUKI, the Diplomatic Adviser of the Congolese President.