One Race by Gary R. Hess
This poem focuses on how prejudice is ridiculous. We are all one people. Yes, we do look a little different. Eyes, noses, hair, height, and skin color are all noticeable. However, why is that important? What makes one persons race better than another? Is it simply because they were born in one race? News to them: they didn't get to choose their parents.
Category: Original online poems "One Race" Why do we do this to others? Say racist comments Do culture bias Love is not here We love our neighbor As long as they are the same Different people are weird Different cultures are stupid Why we think this I don't know We are all one race The human race by Gary R. Hess
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