The Death of Diversity

May 15, 2012
By kotradypa BRONZE, Greencastle, Pennsylvania
kotradypa BRONZE, Greencastle, Pennsylvania
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If every skin was the same color,
What would our world be like?
A step towards untainted equality?
A solution to all tribulations?

Pallid cutouts
Haunting the Earth.
A uniform exterior
Slaughtering diversity.

What else would we find
As an excuse to call someone inferior?
Brown hair is revolting.
Blue eyes make you my slave.

In appearance, judgment prevails.
A lack of color cannot change that.
Without variance, life is absent.
Without differences, we are dead.

Embrace yourself.



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