LaTisha Parkinson

Rookie (23/12/94 d/m/y / a hospital)

One Step At A Time


I'll save the world
Single handedly if I have to
You can choose to help
Or step back and watch what I do

I’ll be like Robin Hood
Steal from the rich and give to the poor
The right people will have the money
So there'll be no more war

I’ll feed and care for the poor
Just like mother Theresa
Except I’ll do it world-wide
Not just in India

I’ll be better than dr. house
No one will die from caner again
I’ll find a cure for it all
So you won't have to die in pain

As for racism
I’ll do what Dr.King Jr and Mahatma failed to
I’m like the guy from unbreakable, you can't kill me
Until I’m done with what I came to do

I might not get this done all at once
There’s so much crime
That I might not get it done today
But I’ll save the world, one step at a time

Submitted: Thursday, December 11, 2008

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Comments about this poem (One Step At A Time by LaTisha Parkinson )

  • Rookie Amy (12/11/2008 12:27:00 PM)

    You seem to have a very caring heart

    and i hope your dreams of equality and freedom come true: D (Report) Reply

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