Treasure Island

Aufie Zophy

(18 October 1964)

Y/ Epoh and Evol


Epoh, Poeh, Peho
O yes we get it scrambled
Evol, Voel, Velo,
O yes we get it scrambled
Hope and love
O yes we get it often scrambled

Let us unscramble it today
Let us put in effort and time
To get at least these two unscrambled
Hope and love unscrambled

There is so much hope
There is hope that one day
We will have a truly caring society
With no one left behind, all get love

There is hope that one day
Bullying will stop
In all its forms
It will be replaced by love

There is hope that one day
Peace will be there for everyone
A borderless world
Without armies, only love

There is hope that one day
Zionists and Talibans are shaking hands
That they will see the true message
Of our Creator, which is love

There is hope that one day
Kindness will be on all our minds
More than money and power
And above all that, love

There is hope that one day
Hunger will be something of the past
All will have enough of food and drink
Through labours of love

There is hope that one day
We will all drive electrical cars
With engines getting free energy
Obtained from turbines fed by wind

There is hope that one day
All of us will be united
Caring for the common good
Serving each other according to our talents

There is hope that on a daily basis
All of us will be able to hug the trees
The most magnificent trees
The most beautiful flowers

O, yes, there is so much hope
There is so much love
Let's unscramble them today

Submitted: Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 25, 2012

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  • Neela Nath (1/11/2013 5:17:00 AM)

    Hope and love make us live. In a very unique style you have penned it.Loved. (Report) Reply

  • Elena Sandu (12/25/2012 7:28:00 PM)

    Could we count the number of people who would wish for such a world, as the one in this wonderful poem we'd see that most of us. Those who wouldn't for want such world should be taken any means to rule over others. They should be never punished but brought down and let live like all of us do make the best of living with only two hands those of own. What stops a world revolution? What stops us all to get out on the street in the same day about the same time to march peacefully? We could change the world, what is for us to fear more. Half of this world people are so strongly tied that they wish to die. We are controlled by money such are the things we need to get rid. Your poem shows the way. (Report) Reply

  • Valerie Dohren (12/25/2012 2:04:00 PM)

    Merry Christmas Aufie - let's hope the New Year will bring more hope and love for the world. (Report) Reply

  • Valsa George (12/25/2012 5:32:00 AM)

    A wonderful poem of hope and love! ! The very thought of such a world is ennobling, though not likely to be realized! But such a rosy dream can fill us with positive energy! The opening lines give a wonderful start to the poem! ! The spirit of Christmas, as we all know is one of love and hope! A merry Christmas to you, Aufie! (Report) Reply

  • Heather Wilson (12/25/2012 1:55:00 AM)

    Without hope and love we are lost souls, a lovely, hopeful poem to read anytime but very special on Christmas morning,

    Happy Christmas Aufie and thank you. (Report) Reply

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