>≫≫≫Oneness Of Humanity

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Oh, teacher
Be a student for a day
Let me teach you before any thing
The unity of humanity
From outside we may appear black or white
But we are all like water melon, red
Inside.

We may wear different clothes designed or undersigned
Built differently
Eat different foods
Belong to different religions
But we suffer the same pain
When we are thirsty, hungry or hurt

Some may be looked poor
Some may be stood rich
But dreams and hopes have a place
In the hearts of each
What, if they are children, women and weak.

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