Seven Billion Wheels

May 20, 2009
By Rohan Vechlekar BRONZE, Greensboro, North Carolina
Rohan Vechlekar BRONZE, Greensboro, North Carolina
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If there were less people,
(Say, cut the population in half)
There’d be more opportunities,
More time to laugh.Luck wouldn’t matter,
Because it wouldn’t be drained,
By those who live simply
To cause others pain.
Happiness would prevail
Because such emotions can only be spread
And the color of nature
Would turn from green to red.
It used to be green,
Back when competiton was small
And overpopulation
Was not an issue at all.
But who would choose who left
And who got to stay?
Who would reap the benefit
Because other swent away?

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