In My Wildest Dreams

 In My Wildest Dreams
 By Lyla Hershkovitz, age 11, Grade 5, Laurence School, California.
  
 In the world I imagine, we see each other’s hearts, and embrace our skin colors.
 In the world I imagine, we aren’t delicate, but delicate to each other, thinking before speaking.
 In the world I imagine, there will be a lively ocean filled with animals, not plastic.
 In the world I imagine, it won’t be a big deal when somebody puts a disabled person 
 into a commercial or magazine. It will be normal. 
  
 In the world I imagine, people can love who they love, and not be judged because of it. 
 In the world I imagine, people will be themselves, not someone else.
 In the world I imagine, tech has improved so much that it doesn’t addict us or take away our brains, 
 so that in my world, my kids, and their kids will live their lives to the fullest.
  
 In the world I imagine, people will know kindness. It will not be taught, just a practice of life.
 In the world I imagine, in the near future, or however long it takes us, 
 we will be together in person, be kind, and grow together.  
Lyla Hershkovitz, age 11, Grade 5, California.

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