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Blonde Hair

Poem by: Aphrodite LaFont

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This is a poem i did when i was being accused of being a racist. Seriously guys, why does color matter? Look past your noses people!

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Submitted: January 29, 2010

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Submitted: January 29, 2010

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Blonde Hair, Blue eyes
Smiles that hide lies
Dark skin, wide grin
Why must it matter? I care not the color of skin
Short hair, almond eyes
Just as capable of honor and pride
Brown skin, brown hair
What a beautiful pair
Race matters not, we all are the same
All just a small piece in the game
Walking and playing
Color matters not
This is what I was taught
I turn colorless eyes to the world
Gray you all are
Prove once and for all’
We are all brothers in the same game


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Blonde Hair

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This is a poem i did when i was being accused of being a racist. Seriously guys, why does color matter? Look past your noses people!

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