NEVERTHELESS; We Are All the Same.

You are you and I am me

You and I may not agree

You have your hobbies, I have mine

You may think yours are better

You can think you outshine

They play on the field

They only read books

He’s all about studies

She’s all about looks

That kid looks cool

By his clothes I can tell

Oh her, she’s gross

You can tell by her smell

Republican or Democrat

Dirt poor or spoiled brat

Irrelevant; is the color of your skin

Where you live  

Or where you’ve been

From a Country

To a city

Suburb or town

Everybody’s equal all around

All seven billion of us

We’re all the same

None are better

No matter the fame


This poem is about: 
Our world


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