A Race To The End Poem by Devang Gandhi

A Race To The End

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Why should we suffer from a racial point of view?
Sure we are different, me and you.
But why is there such a separation,
I think it’s just a case of severe exaggeration.

But why should the colour or race,
Discriminate the persons face.
I am finding this hard to appreciate,
That the world I live in has so much petty crime & hate.

So why do these silly people feel,
That we can’t make a satisfactory deal.
I am so angered by this you see,
That people say we are different, you and me.

So why can’t we hold hands and sing a song,
I still don’t understand why we all can’t get along.
But I know, from the bottom of my heart,
That there will never be an end, an end to the start.

(From A Good Friend Thomas Boyce)

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Devang Gandhi

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