aayush gemini


A Perfect World


A perfect world is full of peace
Which is not distributed in many piece
Where there is no one sad
No one needs to be in hospitals beds

Where every father is glad
As his son is not so bad
That world must be quarrel free
Everyone likes to plant a tree

No place for blood and war
No need of using a car
Where people are not afraid of dying
And don’t have a habit of lying

Where there is no hate
Everyone have patience to wait
Where everyone is good and sweet
And everyone knows to retreat

That’s my idea of a perfect world
Which is truly different from this world

Submitted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, June 18, 2013

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