Marlene Rashidi

Rookie - 22 Points (06/11/1996 / Lincoln, NE)

We'Re One - Poem by Marlene Rashidi

What's up with race discrimination?
We're all one, one race,
one nation, and one world.
I'm sicken by the
people's fake beliefs.
I breath air filled
with hatred.
Let's just be one and
be free to rejoice.
I've hold blood that runs
through my hands
just to write this piece.
We're not suppose to fight
one another,
We're brothers and sisters.
We all bleed one blood.
Weather you're purple, red,
white or black
still we are one.
There's no difference.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 4, 2012

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