Don't Hate Your Race


I used to think that I was dumb

Nothing more than chewed gum


People would say that I did not deserve to live

But I did not hate I learned to love and give


Discrimination at it's worst

Where you feel like you are about to burst


I learned I am more that what they think

I am beautiful

And I am trying to be truthful


And to tell you don't think you are worthless

Look underneath your surface


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