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Amadeo Wongsodihardjo

My Vision

I have a vision
Of which I’ve never seen before
One which dwells in the border of reality and fiction
So unreal yet made me wish for more

For this is my vision……

I see a world of white
Where everyone walks the path of light
I see a world of equality
Cleansed of discrimination and brutality
I see a world of unity
Where people for once disregard their religion and race to live as a community

I see a world brimming with warmth of joy and passion
Where everybody embrace and help each other with no exception
I see a world that prospered
With poverty and famine at last conquered
I see a world that rivals even the heavens
Where everything seems perfect and the world blooming with incandescence

Such world, so perfect I see
The only place I’d want to be
But sooner or later I’ll have to open my eyes
And face the real world with all its demise

If only the world we live in is the same as the one I see
If only everybody can see what I see
Life would be worth every second, wouldn’t it be?

If only I can keep my eyes from opening
If only I can keep on dreaming
And live in it forever
No pain nor suffering can touch me whatsoever

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

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