Francis Duggan

In A Human World Where Loves Rule - Poem by Francis Duggan

In a Human World where love rules there would not be discrimination of gender or race
And for fear and hatred of others in our minds there would not be a place
We would not have misogyny, xenophobia, nationalism and patriotism that to wars that can lead
And of terrorism, murder and violence we would not hear of or of read
We would not have crimes against humanity in the name of god, country and national flag
And of we are superior to others you would not hear anyone brag
The many who would have love in them among others would share it around
And in a World where love it does rule the beauty of love would abound
There will be harmony in the World when the white flower of peace is in bloom
In a Human World where love rules for hatred and mistrust there will not be any room
There will only be happiness and laughter for love is an infectious thing
Those who have the great gift of love are so lucky and of their praises i feel happy to sing
In a Human World where love rules there would be laughter, joy and harmony
And there would not be war and hunger and none would know of poverty.

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 5, 2017

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