January 30, 2012
By Jasmine Keeling BRONZE, Spokane, Washington
Jasmine Keeling BRONZE, Spokane, Washington
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My dear philanthropist.
For you have been seeking equality.
Throughout mankind you stood
and you weaved through our distrustful ways.

I wish to thank you, kind philanthropist.
Though I may know no other name,
rather than the one you have proved to be.
Such as a lover,
as one to another.
You have proved yourself worthy of much respect.

So I present to you, my dear philanthropist,
one of the greatest gifts man could give
to return your love to us mankind,
in the form of a brand new day,
for brand new eyes,
and brand new ways.

The author's comments:
I'm hoping people will learn that some people in the world care for others dearly, as a philanthropist (Lover of humankind) would.

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