Betty Jean Claunch
There's No Color In Love - Poem by Betty Jean Claunch
There's someone who can tell you, when He speaks from above,
He created us as equals, and there is no color in love.
He wants us to love each other, with respect and dignity,
And to treat one another, the way we would want to be.
Friendships could last forever in this modern society,
If we oculd only somehow learn to finally agree.
All colors are beautiful, there's no need to push and shove!
We're all sisters and brothers, and there's no color in love.
If we don't stand together, "Divided We Shall Fall"
Then color won't make a difference, cause it won't matter after all
We must all come together, so that we fit like a glove.
And as a family believing, that there's no color in love!
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