Pauline B. Kuhn
Who Are We - Poem by Pauline B. Kuhn
Beauty is only skin deep, and so is color,
So what difference if you are one or the other.
What is in your heart if it's real and true.
That's all the difference between them and you.
Among us all there are the good and the bad,
The perfect person will never be had,
Working together to teach all, right from wrong.
Will help the whole world to get along.
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