Realizations

BY: variousauthors

WRealizationsAs society progresses,
prejudice doesn't disappear.
It's merely reassigned or reshaped.
Injustice isn't defeated.
It simply regroups and resurfaces.
I know, in your eyes, we are all Your children.
Help others to view each other
with the same acceptance and love.

Help politicians realize that gender
shouldn't determine who you can love.
Help employers realize that women
deserve the whole dollar, not just 77 cents.
Help citizens realize that we were all immigrants once.
Help juries realize that "no" means "no"
regardless of attire or past decisions.

Help all of us realize that we are culpable
in the world our decisions create.
Help us to quit bitching and do something
about the problems we face.

 

 

 


 

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