paigelouise hunt


peace, love and forgivness


Everyday,
I watch the world turn,
Everyday,
i see money burned,
When i see the Sun,
i want to cry
because i know,
that every second,
a child dies.
Goverments are corrupted,
people don't care,
there's more to lifre than just money...
but how is this fair?
But when i see the Moon,
i see her for hours,
i toss
and i turn,
thinking about things negative
i have already learned.
There is war
There is hate
There are criminals,
There are enemies,
Why can't we make Peace?
Make new friends?
Love and Relate?
Why do we have one without the other?
Everyday i seem to learn:
Forgivness must be the only answer...

Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008
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Comments about this poem (peace, love and forgivness by paigelouise hunt )

  • Rookie Rachel Blank (10/10/2008 6:36:00 PM)

    Wow, you spoke my mind......All of the things stated in your poem are so true. If only everyone could realize that.... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie B.C. Ford (10/10/2008 5:00:00 PM)

    But when i see the Moon,
    i see her for hours....

    odd but that line inspired me, moreso after i finished the rest of the poem and now i find myself writing off of your inspiration thank you (Report) Reply

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