How easy and amazing life would be if the world was Colourblind?
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Colour. Colour of a person. No, colour of the face of that person. Is it? Yes! Judging a person because of his skin colour without vividly knowing him inside out is the most common theory in this ever evolving world. However, racism is not only an issue about “The Black-n-White people”; it is about every shade which is darker than the other. I affirm when everyone claims that the biggest area of controversy sums and ends up probably between these 2 races. Perhaps rest of the races have to face some racial issues as well. Here are the highlights I’d love to state about the state of mind the victim has.
I have a Black Halo
Waking up, listening to “Me Too” by Trainor,
I promised myself to be my own saviour.
My fistful of hope appears to be drifting away,
People I don’t know are calling me names.
Have I sinned in this or in my past life?
I can’t even recall when I last lied.
They say I’m beautiful after calling me dark,
Carefully dousing my little spark.
But God is graceful and God is holy,
He patiently hears my never heard stories.
He says, “Only I’d judge you, no one’s righteous on earth,
I know you’re precious, I know your worth.”
Don’t make up to flaunt and get their approval,
Be a kind one or the beast, as it is suitable.
Get out of your bed and your bubble, don’t dwell there,
Whether you’re brown, black or visibly fair.
Do your hair, smile bright and start anew,
Because Axwell has said, “Sun is shining and so are YOU”
Don’t you dare let them call you Dark, but when they do let them know,
I’m so over it. I fancy myself. Can’t you see? I have a Black Halo.
Bright kiss from the sun.
I couldn’t stop me from blaming myself,
Hands tightly folded and head over my desk.
It’s break time; I should be enjoying the cheer,
But I can’t help; I’m drenched by the rain of fear.
I’m diagnosed with albino, what’s your case?
Are you stuck in the grave of colour and race?
I sense your doubts are apt but who’s answerable?
You know these empowering poems are found only in fables.
I’m strong enough I hastily recover,
I’d hug myself when you’ll slowly discover
That writing this poem was so much fun
Now I can gladly end saying I loved that BRIGHT KISS FROM THE SUN.
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