Racism The Universal Nightmare - Poem by Cheryl Griffith
To what end?
Each one bleeds, each one feels
Fear, such fear
Tears, such tears
Past ideologies affecting the present
Wasted lives past away in strive
And hope's dream night conceals
Red, yellow black, white
Straight hair, kinky hair, see here!
Colors, mere colors
Of inferiority and superiority
White good, bad black
On and on fighting, hating, killing
Humanity dying, dying
Ebony and ivory
No sight to see
Each man's beauty and dignity
Each color unique
God's creation all
Who cares? !
A universal nightmare!
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