If Only - Poem by David Harris
If love can topple a mountain,
then let our hate get lost at sea.
If only the world lost its predigests,
how wonderful the world would be.
No more fire to anger heart and mind,
only love to still tempest waters.
If only we could unite
and abandon our hate at sea.
No more cries of pleading death,
no more citadels raised to the ground,
no more helplessness
would ever be found.
If only we let, our hate get lost at sea.
3 May 2010
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