World Full of Joy
Flag flying high
On tall sturdy pole
With its majestic look
It's the nation's pride.
So is the flag
Of another nation
Flapping in the breeze
Standing equally high.
Nations are nations
Nations have borders
Borders that are virtual
Only found in maps.
Nations are made
Of people living there
People are people
People have no borders.
People are the same
Attachments are similar
Attractions are alike
Affections are mutual.
In a broader sense we see
Differences don't exist
Fights, wars and prejudices
Are artificially created.
What lacks in a place
May be abundant elsewhere
It should be easy to share
And make living a pleasure.
Nations are nations
Nations are people
Develop this knowledge
And fill world with joy.
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