What If People - Poem by April Hester
What if people
What if people never spoke down about one another.
But build them up and let them shine.
What if people could cherish there only mother.
Perhaps just take her out to dine.
What if people could inspired each other.
Not let them drift on a empty dreams.
What if people were more like a big brother
I would guess happier it seems.
What if people felt no greed.
Instead generous they could be.
What if people worked together to Succeed.
Open minded you might see.
What if people never felt the the loss of someone
How much fuller our lives could be.
What if people could layout and enjoyed the sun.
With out time continuous rushing me.
What if people.
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