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Like the Children

January 14, 2010
By rockbrook6 BRONZE, Omaha, Nebraska
rockbrook6 BRONZE, Omaha, Nebraska
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We should be like the kids,
All loving and accepting,
Race doesn’t matter,
No child is left longing.

There is no difference,
Separating kids from one another.
No under estimating people,
Everyone is equal to each other.

They don’t care what you look like,
They don’t care about your past.
Children will forgive others,
Non-judging friendships to last.

The world would be much better,
If there was no hate,
Against race, gender and other,
No body would care about physical traits.

The author's comments:
My mom works as a daycare teacher, and when I go to work with her, I see kids that are completely different, and they play with each other like best friends. Kids from different nationalities, religions, and so many other things, they accept each other.

Adults though, sometimes, criticize others for their differences. I think adults and teens should be more like the little children, and accept differences, and learn to love them.

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