If Everyone Were Equal - Poem by Francis Duggan
If everyone were equal how marvellous this would be
The monarch and the president the same as you and me
Everyone would be equal in a Human World of equality
And no such a thing as homelessness, discrimination and poverty.
If everyone were equal that surely would be great
It would be something special for all to celebrate
No such a thing as class distinction in a Human World where equality reign supreme
But such a World to live in may never be 'twould seem.
When everyone will be equal does seem so far away
And I know I will not be alive for to witness such a day
When inequality in the Human World will not have a part to play
Still anything is possible as some are known to say.
On this Planet Earth we live on there would be harmony
If everyone were equal none would know of poverty
And of racism that leads to war we would finally be free
But anything is possible with that would you agree?
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