“Discrimination: Time to Let Go” by Maggie Sue Traynor

Discrimination rears it’s ugly head

Confrontation is what I fear instead

You have eyes yet you do not see

Forget the tattoos, piercings, in all honesty just look at me.

I’m told discrimination does not exist

Yet ignorance still persists.

Maybe for some but not for all

I’ve had my say, now it’s your call.

Yet I’m told it’s all in my mind.

I can see, I am not blind.

Do not judge from what you see

You may make an unpleasant discovery.

Paul Bernardo, Dahmer too

For they are people who look like you

No visible markings that tend to stand out

What do you think that’s all about?

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2 Responses to “Discrimination: Time to Let Go” by Maggie Sue Traynor

  1. Wonderful, keep it up thanks.

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