Sarrow Joka


In God's Eye's - Poem by Sarrow Joka

IN GOD'S eyes


I don't understand why they treat us this way,
We are not that different, inside were all the same,
We should not be judged by our religion or the color of our face,
Because in the end, we're all running this same race,

I wake up each day and I want to run away,
Away from this world of cruelty and shame,
And I think of the joy that our world could have,
If we all stop this madness and never forget that in God's eyes,

we are all the Same.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 26, 2010



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