Differences - Poem by Cassandra Jasmine
I am Asian,
You are African.
I am American,
You are Caucasian.
However, why should we
Judge one another by their nationality,
Their gender, their religion?
My answer is, because we are different.
Why should we treat each other unfairly?
Why is it, that one is biased?
Have you not thought of someone else?
The answer is no; because we are different.
We are all different,
Yet we are all unique.
However, when we accept each other,
This world would be a better place.
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