When you see this color,
tell me what do you really see
When you see white,
do you see the flag of surrender
or the house of victory
When you see red,
do you see a peaceful Mars morning
or a hellish war on earth night
When you see yellow,
do you see a saffron and maize hero's feast
or a coward's banquet of any gender
When you see brown,
do you see the eyes of your brother
or the blue ones of your sister instead
When you see black,
do see that rich man's limo
or that poor shoeless fellow
When you see a rainbow in the sky,
on all of us it shimmers down
But in order to view the spectrum of righteousness,
color blindness is what you must not lack

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