… lives matter!

Black lives matter,
And white lives matter,
Dalit lives matter,
And Thakuri lives matter,
Muslim lives matter,
And Hindu lives matter,
Solider lives matter, 
And baker lives matter,
Gay lives matter,
And lesbian lives matter,
Every life matters,
Every single life! 

So, let’s burn down the division,
The walls and the borders,
Let’s forget the religion,
The caste and the color,
Let’s embrace love,
Let go of the hatred,
For every life matters,
Every single life! 

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105 thoughts on “… lives matter!

    1. WildHeart says:

      True… It’s sad how people take littlest difference forgot all that we have similar… We all just wanna be loved and be happy… So glad you liked this! ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

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    1. WildHeart says:

      I understand! It’s horrible… And what’s more horrible is the fact that after all these we still chose to define people by so many different things instead of simply accepting everyone. Instead of love, we still choose hate. There are people facing brutality on so many levels, and it’s so difficult to even imagine what they go through every day. Color, caste, religion and all the stupid mess… Why do we have have to care about those things… We are all people… 😭😭😭😭 Just a few days ago a guy along with a few friends were killed cause they were of lower caste and the guy loved a girl from the upper caste. It’s super bad all over the world. People just need an excuse to spread hatred. 😭😭😭😭💔💔💔💔💔

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      1. Edhie says:

        I know that all lives matter no question about that, I totally agree with you, as well as you have the best intentions that all lives matter remember to some people Black lives don’t matter. That’s why we have ##Black Lives matter

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      2. WildHeart says:

        I belive the ones who think black lives don’t matter can’t be classified as ‘people’ or ‘human’. Why can’t they simply love everyone? Stupid, mean, bad! Hate them!

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  1. macalder02 says:

    Of course life has to matter. Without it, we could not exist. We have to get rid of racial prejudice. We must grow and develop bonds with others, regardless of religion or gender. Your poem is the authentic reflection of living and letting live.
    Good weekend for you
    Manuel

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  2. Kaylen says:

    So right! Everyone matters and the simplicity of this did a wonderful job expressing that.
    Also I nominated you for the penable award..I hope you except💗💗😊

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    1. WildHeart says:

      Thank you so much, John! So glad you found this worthy of being reblogged. This really really really means a lot to me. Loads of love! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    1. WildHeart says:

      It’s not easy to bring into practice. Especially when it’s so ingrained into people’s mentality. But what they can do is not pass it on to their children… So that the future can be better.

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    1. WildHeart says:

      Many people are unable to practice it as it’s so deeply ingrained into their minds… And I think, it’s okay if they hide that mean side, and pretend to be nice… Atleast maybe their kid would just see the nice part and not have so much hatred in them. While hating people because of who they are isn’t okay, I think people should learn to keep their hate locked up and learn to be cordial.

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  3. Author_Joanne_Reed says:

    Great prose straight from the heart! Discussing racial issues is tricky because it is such a sensitive subject and it is very polarized, still, I decided to write about it and throw my 5 cents into the mix. I wrote an article recently titled “Unalienable Rights of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness looking back at history and where it all started https://authorjoannereed.net/rights-of-life-liberty-and-the-pursuit-of-happiness/. Feel free to check it out.

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