Treasure Island

Craig Piercy

(21st Of July 1966 / Hamilton New Zealand)

The Amazing Power of Humanity


People here, people there
People using their power everywhere

Humanity toward others
With a humbleness not seen by many

The power, the excitment seen on faces when people give and recieve
It's so bloody tremendous!

We all have that power to provide to others
But not all are giving, some take
Some really show it's fake

It's amazing, the power of humanity
Being humble without a grumble
Even if you stumble
It's OK

Never give up, humanity needs you
For with your power, you can break though
The strength that you show provides many others with comfort
A feeling that they too can grow

Humanity, the power, the freeing
The true caring, wow, what a passionate feeling

If only more would show such compassion for others
Maybe then humans could all truly become one

That's the true amazing power of humanity

Submitted: Saturday, June 18, 2011
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