We All Bleed Red:

by Scott Cole   Sep 19, 2017


I'm not defined by my outer appearance
That first glance of what you can see,
So don't judge me by my skin color
Cause that's not what delineates me.

My complexion may not resemble yours
So my merit might easily be misread,
But on the inside I'm exactly like you
Underneath my skin I also bleed red.

Nobody's saturation outshines another
Though all of us are flamboyant people,
We were all painted in God's own likeness
So everyone of us were created equal.

For it's our character that depicts us
It portrays that picture of who we are,
And it's the achievements of our heart
That embellishes our colour from afar.

For pigments doesn't emphasize impression
It's just the value that's given to a hue,
It's not the self worth of a single individual
That has any different skin color than you.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    by Milly Hayward

    A wonderful piece that raises awareness that a lot of people so readily forget. We all bleed red. An important message and well rhymed. Milly x

  • 3 weeks ago

    by Em

    Bravo bravo bravo really this needs to be read and read... We are all the same pretty much deep down yes there's bad and good humans as you're probably aware but we all bleed red wow wish I had a nomination left. This is extremely powerful and well rhymed

  • 4 weeks ago

    by Brenda

    Scott, Amen brother, amen! You have said it so wonderfully. We are all part of the same race, the human one. It's sad that so many people can't understand that. Well done-

  • 4 weeks ago

    by Mark

    Amazing rhyme! Great message, the title is powerful and is your phrasing.

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