As I began to enlist my trivial wish,
Something trickled down me, if would come true,
The prosperity of the world day by day would grew.
What 'if' peace, bliss and tranquility prevails everywhere,
There would be then no pains and sorrows to share.
On the threshold of a child's birth,
His life would be infused with mirth.
'Poverty' the evil follows next,
We have learned much about it in our school text.
What 'if' it is eradicated from the world,
That condemned chapter would come to a fold.
The world is plagued by corruption,
To rid the world of crime it would take sheer determination...
If this miracle takes place,
Then the world would not have to loose its face.