Seems how you're being so nice, I'd be happy to do a few more with you. I am just glad I didn't offend you ...
Mothers pressed their cloth less baby's forward,
You want a different word than "cloth less." It sounds like the babies have less fabric. I know what you are going for, but it isn't a word. Substitute unclothed, naked, bare, exposed, undressed, or bareskinned here. You also want to use babies instead of baby's--it is the plural and not the possessive (there is more than one baby, and not the forward that belongs to the baby).
older gentleman lifted their tattered garments to show us their missing limbs
You have an issue with numbers agreement here ... gentleman is singular while the rest of the sentence is plural. I know that you mean respect when you use the word gentleman, but I feel like it brings out the wrong mental image. You could also punch up the verb "to show us" here. (Sorry to be so picky, but I have the impression that is what you want!). Try something like: older men lifted their tattered garments to reveal missing limbs.
young boys and girls
Not that this is wrong, but it does get a little wordy. In a college-application essay with a limited word count, you want to make sure that every word has a purpose. You could condense this by just saying children or youngster.
I have traveled abundantly in the 19 years I've been alive, in that short time span I have been to nearly every state in the U.S., while also visiting several countries in the EU, Canada, Australia, Fiji, the U.A.E, India and Pakistan.
This is a comma splice--two complete sentences put together with just a comma instead of more weighty punctuation or a conjunction. Travelled needs another "l." I'd personally like to see EU and UAE written the first time they are used because I know how illiterate many Americans are when it comes to geography. I don't think it is too important to reveal your age here or that you consider it to be a short time--let the focus be on the experience instead. Here's one possible construction for this sentence: I have travelled abundantly and have visited nearly every state in the union, Canada, many countries in the European Union, Australia, Fiji, India, Pakistan, and the United Arab Emirates. (I changed the order a little to lump them more geographically and to end with the UAE because that is what you talk about in the next part).
Ack! Time to get back to class.