Xenophobia

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: June 10, 2017

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Xenophobia

 

I can imagine Utopia

One place without xenophobia

 

I can imagine Heaven

One place without racism  

 

God- if existed,

Has no preferred race

Has no favorite place

 

No superior, no inferior

In this ocean,

Every human is a humble sailor

 

No wrong, no right

No black, no white

 

All colors are equal

Except for the red betrayal

 

All humans are the same

Yet being different is no shame

 

Difference makes sense

To those who know their essence

 

Difference gives life a color

And a flavor when it tastes so sour

 

Discrimination is a real curse 

When it fills this universe

 

All humans should remember:

“They are from the same seashell

With the same love will

That they have to mutually fulfill”


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