My colorless utopia
My colorless utopia, where color doesn't matter.
My colorless utopia, where racsim doesn't exsist.
My colorless utopia, where love and happiness prospers.
My colorless utopia, where the proud brave live.
My colorless utopia, where intergration is not an issue.
My colorless utopia, where there is no rich and poor.
My colorless utopia, its where I want to live my life and love everyone equally without desperation or doubt about my actions.
My colorless utopia, its a place where we all shall live one day. Maybe not today or tomorrow, but sometime down the road of life. When we all come together and new friendships will blossom. And hearts will beat as one. For we are one nation under god. And even with the differences in our religons, beliefs, and the color of our skin. We were all made in gods image so we all are equal.
My colorless utopia, its a place I want to call my home so i pray. And as I pray for this new world I see the hope in the eyes of every boy and girl.
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