William F Glennon
Intolerance - Poem by William F Glennon
The world is full of color and strife.
Is this what is taught in life?
What drove America to it, to persecute
by race, to judge another
human by their color is a disgrace.
What is this world not seeing?
People expressing racist words, hurting people feelings.
Can the world endure this and start the healing.
Distinguishing by contrast is not justified?
Why is the truth continuously defied?
With prayer and hope, this generation will not follow
this path of ignorance.
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