A Wish Unspoken

March 14, 2009
By crazychick78 PLATINUM, Streetsboro, Ohio
crazychick78 PLATINUM, Streetsboro, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
"30 years from now, it won't matter what shoes you wore, how your hair looked, or the jeans you bought. What will matter is what you learned and how you used it."

As I look upon the sky,
I see a bright star.
I will make the perfect world,
The world that shoots far.

It won't have any worries,
Only prayers that keep it safe.
The world outside won't matter,
And the inside is faith.

No more 'you and me,'
Only 'us and we.'
Mean actions and words will be
Something no one will see.

Joy would be pleasure
And hatred would be no more.
Everyone can use their voice,
But not like before.

Responding will require thinking,
And thinking will be the key
That would unlock the door
To us and we.

Believe and dream
For then your hopes can be'
Absolutely anything!

My wish, as you can see,
Has not yet reached its potential,
But soon, very soon, it will be.

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This article has 2 comments.

grace2007 said...
on Mar. 27 2009 at 8:06 pm
I was having a spiritually low day; my son died last year and your poem gave me back my hope for a better tomorrow. Thank You

on Mar. 27 2009 at 7:40 pm
me and my friends love this poem

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