why do people see others by thier color
why does it matter what is there skin
no friend to bring around
bcuz thier race iasnt allowed
why cant people past everyone color
why do they look at thier race
its a mtter that should have been fixed
but instead it juss got kicked
why are people racist kids dont get to choose there color
what is different in there life
This is a great departure from your other works. It is an interesting question. It might be appreciated better if the grammar and spelling were cleaned up. It doesn't matter if the words are phonetically the same but it aught to matter when it becomes illegible.
Here is a different feeling about color.
Blue Eyes Crying
By Anette Gagliardi
The blue glistens -
glistens wet and soft
Calling my name, they glisten –
Asking me why.
Those glistening blues
shaded shadows of flowering color
Accusing me, they glisten –
They glisten in various blues
dripping sweet dew – salty and blue.
Searing my heart – they glisten.
Those blues. They glisten.
lace curtains hung with glistening beads.
Calling my name, they glisten -
People see color of others due to too much body consciousness and so solution to avoid caste and color is think ourselves as soul.
if we could ever get past the qualifiers we may actualy come togeather as people. We always say, there goes a White man, or Black man, why can we not just say, there goes a nice man, or there goes a man....why the qualifier words?
we are doing it wrong, to me the Color words are no better than what used to be used, it is still a qualifier to make a person seem less. It is not right to me to do this. We all should do beter.
It's mostly perpetuated by the way people are brought up. The closed-minded attitudes of many generations is hard to break for many people. In some cultures it's very deeply ingrained. Young people absorb these attitudes as normal behavior.
It takes a smart, wise person with incredible resolve to have the courage to break away from that mindset, and see other races and colors for what they are...real people, just like them in so many ways. Unfortunately, it's an uphill battle that seems to be getting worse instead of better (more enlightened).
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