Treasure Island

Eric Cockrell


I Want To Believe!


i want to believe
that change is possible.
i want to believe
that tomorrow will come.
i want to believe
that equality will be realized.
i want to believe
that parity will become fact.
i want to believe
that diversity will be celebrated.
i want to believe
that knowledge will replace ignorance.
i want to believe
that compassion will defeat apathy.
i want to believe
that humanity will become human!

do you?

Submitted: Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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  • Siyabonga a Nxumalo (11/29/2011 3:59:00 PM)

    yes i do Eric! ! ! what a poem? , , , , i also want to believe that politicians will one day realize, we are not stupid and blind...that the youth will think, not sink in drugs, , , that men will be role models not rapists....great one Mr Cockrell! (Report) Reply

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