maria sudibyo

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The World Divided


The world first is one
And then it’s divided
To explore the world
And search a better home

The world is divided
And then it united again
By the passion to conquer the world
And find forever glory

The world is united
And then it’s divided again
The rule of living is placed
And the game of power is played

The world is divided
And then it’s blurred
In the darkness of fate
And moral questioned

The world is united
And then it’s shattered
By the nature’s tragedy
And evolution selection

The world is divided
And it tries to be united again
To end meaningless war
And look for compromise peace

The world is united
And then it’s more divided
Of prejudice and pride
And the lust of money

The world is divided
And it’s waiting to be united again
By the dream of children
And the love in the heart

Submitted: Monday, November 21, 2011
Edited: Monday, November 21, 2011

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