Colour of Humanity

Color of Humanity by Shivangi Vyas

Black, brown, white, they’d define you as per your colour…
To be known based on humankind, is it too much a favour?
The variations in skin tone weren’t anyone’s choice…
But you question the Almighty by silencing every voice.
Every human is born with blood, bones and skin
Who are you to defame the shades as sin?
Inferior or superior based on black and white
Objecting humanity by lowering your sight.
You shamelessly rob our right to equality.
Still have the guts to brag about your sanity?
Who gave you the authority to choose the prime?
Why is my complexion considered a crime?
You cross all heights by turning my black to blues
You beat up my skin, but my soul is bruised.

<strong>Shivangi Vyas</strong>
Shivangi Vyas

Graduated in Food and nutrition but passionate about poetry. I survive on coffee and sarcasm. Can befriend books more easily than humans. I’ve been writing poetry for almost five years now.

My writing reflects my personality as I confide in them. Learning with experiences and exploring myself every day. My rules are simple- Live, Laugh and polish your craft.

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