Randy McClave

Gold Star - 11,066 Points (Ashland, Kentucky)

All Lives Matter - Poem by Randy McClave

Before anymore vengeance or blood splatter
Let me just say this, “all lives matter”,
We all were created out of the very same mold
But, then we were colored with different dye, as I have been told,
If you would look into each of our souls from deep within
We all are the same, we just have a different colored skin,
Don't stereotype anyone because you think that you can
We all were created either to become a woman, or a man,
No matter if you are black or white, or yellow or red
God, sees us all the same while living and when we are dead,
We must see each other individually by our own acts and deeds
And not by rumors and stories where bigotry always leads,
If we bleed, is not all of our blood colored the same
From Adam and Eve our forefathers is where we all came,
It is terrible to think that we will judge people only by their race
Instead of hating or killing each other, we should recognize each face,
The color of ones skin doesn't formulate whom we are
Black, white, yellow or red, doesn't make you a killer or a drug czar,
Many myths and rumors I hope someday we will all shatter
But, one thing we must all remember, “all lives matter”.

Randy L. McClave

Topic(s) of this poem: human, life, love


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 29, 2015



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