93. If I Open My Heart

Author: Kate Levenberg, First Year

Does it matter who my god is
Il fight for you
If were on this earth together
Why couldn't there be two
If I think first of your sorrow
Instead of mine
Would it be a bright tomorrow
Would it stop the divide
Does it matter that were different
Il hold your hand
If I offer first
Where would we stand
If I stopped the thought of money
To pause and smile
Could we coexist
And just breath for a while
Does it matter if I open my heart
I think that's the difference to make
So that's where we'll start
And let tomorrow awake

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