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Michael Peterson

Rookie - -1 Points (Janesville, Wisconsin)

Wonderful World, Wonderful Life


Wonder world, wonderful life
Everything nice, everything beautiful
From the many different people
To the many different land
The beautiful Mountains, the flowing rivers
Gorgeous lakes and the mighty oceans
Sandy deserts, to the snowy mountain tops
To the black forest to the exotic rainforest
To the birds, to the squirrels
The minnows to the whale
Life living in Harmony
Day by day, year by year
Creatures so many around
Sharing this great beautiful world
Go outside to view the world and life itself
God's creatures are as beautiful as you
The world wonders bring life to us
Share you life in this wonderful world

Submitted: Sunday, May 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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Life and the World such a great team to be around and on.

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