We Are All The Same

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this is my first copy i'm sure i will make changes in the future. constructive criticism?

Submitted: July 11, 2013

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i feel this worlds a mockery when i think about poverty,
its like a biological lottery,
if the countries run almost properly,
be happy you've got to be.
 
all around there suffering and hunger,
masses of people cast asunder.
 
it really makes me wonder,
 
wasted life.
 
desire.
 
it really makes me wonder.
 
 
can i make a difference?
i'm trying it out,
is this my deliverance?
i'm just trying to get out.
 
we can help in a small way,
you don't have to do it all day.
 
just a thought, a gesture.
one day you'll an ancestor.
 
what will i be remembered for.
 
times are looking hard,
we've got to join as one,
this countries picked up scars,
but we can heal in the long run.
 
in the countries of war its not ok,
they dont get an action replay,
it doesn't matter what they say,
one day they could just get blown away.
 
being alive,
trying to survive,
it shouldnt be a struggle,
we've got realise that we're living in a bubble.
 
religion isn't division,
we all know thats true,
who can understand extremists when they're angry at you.
 
we have to offer peace, acceptance, then we can shed some light,
not everyone will give up the fight,
but its them that aint right.
 
they are the problem, we are the solution,
they want us to be angry, they love the confusion,
can't you see its just a minor illusion,
we've got to rid the world of this pollution.
 
no matter who you are.
 
we are all the same.
 
from head to to toe, we all know.
 
we are all the same.
 
from the buddhists to the pastors, lets fill the world with laughter.
 
we are all the same.
 
forget who you are and join us in the party.
 
we are all the same.
 
You've got to read the signs, 
So we can redesign. 
 


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