My heart aches,
For the hatred spread.
I as a unicorn,
With a glittering horn,
From the crest of my forehead,
Quite a superficial creature
I would be.
In fact there would only be one of me,
My white fur silky and satin,
My mane and tail beautiful pink,
I would walk proudly,
Amongst the people, holding my head high,
Treating everyone as an equal.
I would be the unicorn,
Speaking with people nation wide,
Spreading my wings,
Flying through the skies.
Listening to their troubles and sorrows,
Helping them realize
Racism and hatred,
Is not a cure for better tomorrows.
If only, I could be a unicorn,
My beauty would allow them to see,
A superficial creature,
Yet they still could love me me.
We do not chose,
Who we are born to be,
So all I ask, is accept one another,
I believe color blind is the best way to be.
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