We Are All Different
by Meagan Lewis, age 13 - Georgia
We live in a world where no one's the same;
Each of us is different and some have a different name.
Some of us have different skin, like white, black, red:
Some are prejudice of who we are, which causes full dread.
Could we treat others with kindness, if we were all purple or green?
It doesn't matter what we look like, we don't have to be mean.
We are all different, on how we act and say;
We can all be friends and care for each other every day;
Some people are silly,some are very smart;
Some people are rude, some are good at heart.
We must put away our hatred and no more wars we shouldn't see;
Because that's the way our God wants us to be.