We're All The Same Poem by Leann Pilgrim

We're All The Same

Rating: 5.0


Black, white, mix, albino, women, men, young, old, homosexual, heterosexual, rich, poor, it doesn't matter we fight,
Until are chains are tight,
And it ain't right.
On the inside we are the same,
But we act so untame.
We abuse animals and childrens,
And they call them crazy, when they act out and it makes me so angry it feels like the room is turning.
It is time to stop being silent it's time for us to speak our mind and say somethings,
And people get at me when I say the truth and my words sting.
We need to stop hurting people with stones,
We are all connected someway or another like feet are connected to toes.
No one has the right to hurt or judge anyone,
Because nobody is the perfect one,
And because no one is the holy one.

We're All The Same
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
The reason I wrote this poem is because all the things happening in the world right now and I hope one day everybody can see me poems. I also know what it's like to be abused by somebody because they're angry and it makes me mad that people fight in anger based on difference, but we're not really different at all we're the same on the inside if people took the time to see it.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Dillip K Swain 07 December 2021

You are the new sensation, carry on dear poetess, keep writing.

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Anjandev Roy 07 December 2021

Significant....

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David Wood 06 December 2021

You are right, there comes a time when we have to rise up and speak our minds when others suffer abuse. Staying silent is not an option anymore. A good 5*

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Robert Murray Smith 06 December 2021

Humans are all connected.

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