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Peace Is Necessary in the World – Maid Corbic

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Peace Is Necessary In The World

May peace reign in the eyes of these people

Who still want to be weird

And I still think only of peace

He will solve all my problems

Which still feels somehow

 

May peace save people from evil

I believe peace is needed

May the world continue to be beautiful

Because I want happiness still

To be more than you have survived

 

May peace save me and people

Who believe that peace is clear

And yes each of us will be happy

If he still believes in peace of mind

He will be more resilient than ever

 

May peace save people from evil

I just want to feel happy

Because my happiness is hidden in my heart

It is hidden from every sight

And still untouchable to me

 

I want peace to last

Good luck to everyone

And I don’t want the war to happen again

Because it creates unrest in my soul

And I’m just looking for a hug

 

Ready to give to everyone around me

May peace be shared forever

And the knowledge that the world is beautiful

Because I build peace it always drives me

To share happiness and joy with people

Accordingly, my peace is the most beautiful in this world

 

And I know my love is beautiful

When I give peace around myself unconditionally

Let people love each other around them

It makes me happy

Which will open the door to many men!

Bio – Maid Corbic from Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is 22 years old. In his spare time he writes poetry that is repeatedly praised as well as rewarded. He also selflessly helps others around him, and he is moderator of the World Literature Forum WLFPH (World Literature Forum Peace and Humanity) for humanity and peace in the world in Bhutan. He is also the editor of the First Virtual Art portal led by Dijana Uherek Stevanovic, and the selector of the competition at a page of the same name that aims to bring together all poets around the world. Many works have also been published in anthologies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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