Soul Color Poem by michael Smajda

Soul Color

Rating: 4.7

Pigment of one's skin should not matter
Nor should one dress keeps us apart,
Passing through life's pitter-patter,
What really counts is the hue in one's heart.

Friday, November 22, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: religion
Savita Tyagi 14 December 2019

Blinded by outer differences we have ignored the colors of soul. Beautiful composition. Congratulations!

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Kim Barney 14 December 2019

So true! It matters not the color of skin; what matters is what lies within! Congratulations on poem of the day!

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Sankhajit Bhattacharjee 22 November 2019

really a beautiful sound! !

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Bernard F. Asuncion 14 December 2019

In the true religion, color of the skin doesn’t matter... Congrats on your featured piece 10+++

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Me Poet Yeps Poet 14 December 2019

Thank u for sharing your experiences with all sir poet

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Sylvia Frances Chan 03 September 2021

A very intelligent rhyming quatrain, how most pleasant to read! 5 Stars full for your straight-forward verse

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Dr Dillip K Swain 26 March 2021

Excellent.... brilliantly expressed

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Dr. Antony Theodore 02 January 2021

Passing through life's pitter-patter, What really counts is the hue in one's heart. The colour of your heart and in your heart. fine poem. tony

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Mahtab Bangalee 14 December 2019

thought provoking stanza// really great write/// congrats for being POD

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Kevin Patrick 14 December 2019

It should never be the skin but the soul that makes up a person. This poem hits on the mark, it is sad that in this day and age we should be still judged on something so inconsequential. So happy that this was chosen as POTD. A truly great poem

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