Broken glass, broken promises
Yesterday you slipped through my figures
And came tumbling down into million pieces
Rocking my world with echoes of discontent
Today is a new day
Beckoning on a new tomorrow
With triumphant songs of new beginnings
Paving the way to fresh promises of the ‘morrow
Mending that which was once broken
And giving a new insightful look to life
Like a blooming garden
Delighting the eye with new growth
Gone with the shackles of yesterday
Kiss today with invigorating promises of tomorrow
Because today is a new day
Election results still remain a mystery in Egypt. With no confirmation on who the winner is, Tahrir square is again inundated by thousands of people wondering why the results have been delayed.
This huge crowd gathered at the square, is a clear reminder of the inevitable, which could cause unrest among supporters of either candidate. It is imperative that things do not get out of hand, and the only way to prevent that is to tell the people results. They voted and its time to end the mystery.
Whether the winner is Morsi or Shafik, it is the people’s choice and it should not be changed by a superior military power. No one wants to see Egypt go down like Syria.
The revolution paved Egypt’s way toward democracy, and now it is time to see the country flap its wings to a new beginning.