RiRi S...


Peace


Doesn't everyone want peace?
People always want peace for anything.

I want peace to be everywhere,
to the world the most.
Some kids want to be free from school.

The countries who have wars
need it more than us.
They want to be free so they can do what they want in life.
They pray so hard to get peace.

peace..
peace..
peace....

Peace is about love,
and happiness.
Peace from our hearts to our minds.

Lets all have Love, Peace, Happiness.

Peace is in the air,
in the sky,
in our minds.
Peace makes us think
of the love ones' that we lost,
of the friendships' that we have,
of the family that we got.
You half to be proud that God
gave you this,
and brought you to this beautiful
world.

I pray so hard to give peace to people
who really need it.
Sometimes it can make people cry,
who don't have it.

Peace....
Peace...
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Peace... ...

Submitted: Monday, August 10, 2009
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