In My Eyes

by A.B. Wilson Jr.

Everybody I see is mu brother or sister.

Everybody I see is my friend.

Everybody I see is special in their own way.

Everybody I see is a man or a woman or a boy or a girl.

In my eyes there is no such thing as social status,

ethnic background, or class distinction.

To me a person is the person they choose to be.

We all have two eyes, two ears, one nose, two legs,

two arms, two feet, and we all bleed the same color blood.

We all breathe the same air.

We all eat to stay healthy and alive.

In my eyes a person's ability is first and foremost.

The color of their skin is a mere formality.

The Lord made us all.

In my eyes every man deserves the proper respect.

In my eyes all people are an important part of the human race.

I see no difference.

I just see a human being like me.

We're the same in my eyes.

I wish with all my heart

all people in this world

would see it the way

I see it in my eyes.

In My Eyes by A.B. Wilson Jr.

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