Frederick J.B. Moore II

Rookie - 279 Points (July 7,1998)

changing the world


changing the world
is never an easy task

because the minds of man never want to change
but if you are crazy enough to try
then others will be crazy eough to follow

to change the world
you dont have to be perfect
all you need is an idea
worth sharing and worth following

to change the world
your heart has to be into it
you can`t half step what you do
or everything will fall apart

change, my friends
is a great weapon
one that everyman fears
and some seek to avoid
so beware that not everyone
will change with you
they are the lost ones

to change the world
you must be wise enough
to hold your tongue
and bear your arms

to change the world
you must be wise enough
to speak of peace
and surrender for your cause

if you change the world in anyway
you will be persecuted
because man always fears
anything he cant understand

to change the world
you need a foundation behind you
that will encourage you to keep pushing the world
when your broken and exausted

to change the world
your first step has to be yourself
because you are the greatest catalyst for change
and the greatest challenge to tradtion

Submitted: Thursday, August 28, 2014

Topic of this poem: inspirational


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