Author: Ben Franklin
A place in the sun,
for me I hope there is a space,
where there are no arguments
about war or race.
Where I dont have to worry
about the way I am talking,
where Im not conscious about the way I am walking.
Where there are no Diseases,
Where I dont have to worry about catching bird flu
when someone innocently Sneezes.
Where I can always smile Instead of having
of a Permanent frown,
where I can always be happy instead of being Permanently
Where I can sit under the stars for as long as
I like with my baby,
will I ever find this place?
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