Kaitlyn Henning


Differences Poem by Kaitlyn Henning


Some people may be black; some people white.
Some people might be thin; some people fat.
But I say it doesn't matter, for no matter what, we are all equal.

Some people's smiles are dull; some people's are bright.
Some people may own a dog; some people a cat.
But I say it doesn't matter, for no matter what, we are all equal.

Some people can't see; some people can.
Some people are strong; some people weak.
But I say it doesn't matter, for no matter what, we are all equal.

Kaitlyn Mae Henning

Submitted: Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, April 14, 2009
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  • Rookie Catina Crum (4/16/2009 2:16:00 PM)

    Ooh! Kool!
    Yep, so even though it doesn't rhyme, the way you use repetition keeps ever'thin together nice an' tight. Loooovvvely! (Report) Reply

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