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Equality for all people using the metaphor of crayons.

Submitted: March 13, 2007

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Submitted: March 13, 2007





© 2000, Wanda L. Harrell 

A multitude of crayons are scattered out upon the earth,
worrying not which is
black, white, yellow, red or brown,
for each is ever proud of its particular hue
each unique and individually beautiful.
These crayons are eager to unite in their reason for being,
fulfilling their Creator's purpose,
so they intermingle
one with the other,
contributing to the beauty of the overall design
without jealousy of each other
or prejudice of heart
each making their mark
be it wide or slender
finding their individual and collective destiny
in the coloring book of life
on the yet to be touched pages of tomorrow.

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