Humanity’s Love Poem

I don't judge people,
I really don't care,
About how you break bread,
Or with which prayer.

I don't care about the way you dress,
Or how you do your hair.
Your race doesn't phase me,
We're all equal here.

I don't care about your status,
You could be an Heir.
I don't care about your wealth,
We all die bare.

I don't judge people,
I hope I've made it clear...
Every life matters,
whether far or near.

Foster belonging,
both here and there.
Spread love like wildfire,
everywhere.

-The M2 Column

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