I am a human with equal right

by Peace786
(London England)

I am a human with equal right

I may be the bright colour of yellow,
I may be the dark colour of the night,
I may be the colours of a rainbow,
But all that matters is that I am a human with equal right.

I may be the age of young tenderness,
I may be the age of the World War fight,
I may be the age thirty-four or less,
But all that matters is that I am a human with equal right.

I may be a muscular but brainless man,
I may be a child playing in the daylight,
I may be a fragile but intelligent woman,
But all that matters is that I am a human with equal right.

I may have lost two toes on one and three on another,
I may have lost my hearing and my sight,
I may have lost my mother and my brother,
But all that matters is that I am a human with equal right.

I may be driving around my mansion in a Rolls-Royce,
I may be asking myself ‘Where will I sleep tonight?’
I may be begging for food because I have no choice,
But all that matters is that I am a human with equal right.

One day, I will stand admiring the world of integration,
And be together with the black, brown and whites,
There will be no more seggeregation,
Because, I am a human with equal rights.

Amen…

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Mar 11, 2012
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by: Anonymous

Everyone needs to read this, it is a shame that some people see only color and prejudice. These wise words will shape the world.

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