Kasia Fedyk


How about - As one


How about
we hold hands
all of us here
together

As one

Don't hesitate

I am being serious
let's do it!

We don't have to say a word
or maybe
just one
to express what we feel
when all of us come together
in this circle of life

As one

What do you say
my friends
want to do it?


We can sit by the fire
close our eyes
and just hold hands

Imagine

We will sit in silence
yet our energies
will carry far
to bring a change

As one

We can do it
I know
i have a feeling

We all will
inhale our wishes
and exhale them
all together
in silence

As one

Peace!

bring it on
how about we all hold hands

As one.


Now.

Submitted: Monday, July 29, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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  • Freshman - 1,124 Points Anthony Di''anno (7/29/2013 2:37:00 PM)

    I'm in Kasia. I think it's a wonderful idea. What if all that energy transfered into the fabric of our world and somehow made it better. Wouldn't that be great? (Report) Reply

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