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Updated on April 30, 2015

If we all looked alike, imagine it then

We'd have to search solely for the beauty within

No apparent color, sex or creed

Our minds would be opened and bigotry freed

Nay narrow discretion to keep us apart

Judgement would pass by the size of ones heart

Gentility and compassion inescapably eclipse

Our eyesight dismissed of dictatorship

Yet, how will we call one ? By what means will we know

The difference of 'semblance 'tween Bob, Jill or Joe

Hence, exclusive is fitting, I'm sure you'd agree

No fallacy feigned when he made you and me.


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    • Linda Cassini profile image

      Linda Cassini 5 years ago from Las Vegas NV

      Prisms of Perspective :)

    • aykianink profile image

      aykianink 5 years ago

      They say, that seeing as how different 'races' keeping mixes, given enough time, every human will look exactly the same. No minority, no majority, all the same color. Freaky concept.

    • Isibi profile image

      Isibi 5 years ago

      A point of view I haven't seen before; very interesting and well written