If I Was To Ask For More: - Poem by Charles Garcia
If I were to ask for more, what would it be for?
I have my health, wife and family, although the
Wealth be nil, for if I had another choice,
Before I expire, this is what I’d wish for,
before I make my will.
If I were to ask for more, what would I ask for?
Mandatory love, for if everyone to love another it
Would solve all the questions above.
If I was to ask for more: I’d ask for equal
Opportunity for everyone, a chance to grow
Without malice or fear. To live their life
As best they can. the rest of their years.
If I was to ask for more I think I had say:
The Children must come first, Their education
The only way, as future generations
Will depend on them,
rely on their judgement and Thirst.
If I was to ask for more, I think I would say:
Religion must be one, as six hundred views of
Religion exists, not able to get the message through.
This is what I would ask for if I had a choice, I will not
Know until tomorrow if to come about, as tomarrow is the
day that I am waiting for if this day to come I will not have a
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