Treasure Island

Nez Nut


Hopes


Hopes

I hope to be famous
I hope to be rich
So that someday
I can build a ditch
Around my big huge house
With my wife and her silken made blouse
holding my hand with me holding our child


I hope to be happy
i hope to be calm
i hope to be bubbly
so that when people are sad
I'm here to make them happy

i hope to help the poor
i hope to kill the corrupt
i hope to make utopia
to make it a good Gia

i hope to wake up one day
to make the world a better place

i too hope my hopes come true
i hope the world becomes a better place
we need to work together to make blue earth not blue
But i know i can't do it without you.

Submitted: Friday, April 30, 2010

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