Sylvia Chidi

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Our Future


Is there a cure for the future?
Do we hold the key to our future?
I have questions about the past, present, and the future
Maybe we will experience a peaceful global structure in the future
Because the present and the past make me so unsure of the future
A repeat of the past and present always occurs and reoccurs
Through time and time
It’s always the same stories of love and hate that I have to endure

Is there a cure for the future?
Do we hold the key to our future?
You may find my thoughts immature or premature
But maybe we shall finally find a type of love that is so pure
And our trust will ensure that we do not need to be reassured
And finally the world will be ready for a grand tour
Only love, peace and prosperity will be printed in its brochure
And our future will be our future!

Copyright 2013 Sylvia Lovina Chidi

Submitted: Sunday, September 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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