New Generation

Poem By Aram Stefanian

I wish I lived that long to meet a
New and smarter generation
To see the world in peace, no
Senseless wars, and no discrimination

Where only one religion comes to light
Of tolerance and understanding
No gruesome terror acts, no hostage kids
No tears of sorrow, but universal loving

I'd like to see the deadly weapons rust in peace
And people know no fear
The world without borders when everyone
Is free to choose the land that's dear

No drugs, no pointless suicides, no mental
Hospitals, no frightful prisons
I hope the kids today ain't blind to see
The outcome and can find the basic reasons

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