Matthew Petranovich

Rookie - 42 Points (5/11/93 / Utah)

If I Could Change The World


If I could change the world,
I would end suffering,
and bring world peace,
everyone helping eachother out,
instead of fighting shouts.
I would end bias thoughts,
I would make friends
instead of getting shot.
I would end hunger,
I would end getting sick,
I would end greed,
And end the power trip,
I would make everyone speak.
Instead of getting shut out,
The world happy and
no one doubts,
That they ain't worth anything.
No more problems for anyone
to be something,
No more depression,
No one would be second
guessing.
Everyone would have
confidence,
And no more empires,
no more fighting,
everyone happily
uniting.

If I could change the world, Everyone would have confidence for themselves, and know they have the power to overcome anything.

Submitted: Monday, February 21, 2011
Edited: Sunday, July 31, 2011

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