Who do you think you are? A poem by Min-Goo K.

May 8, 2018

Who do you think you are

When you think you can judge people by appearances? 

 

What do we mean when we say “I know so and so”?

We, all of us, are so diverse and mysterious. 

 

The whole humanity is diminished, 

the beauty we share within us weeps

every time when there is discrimination, prejudice 

against sexual orientation, gender expression, or skin colour. 

 

It’s time for the whole humanity to wake up

to the love which knows no bounds

to the respect that the holy in you

is as precious as the holy in me. 

 

So let’s work together my friends, 

until everyone feels loved and welcomed

for who they are. 

 

By Min-Goo Kang

 

(Shared with permission. Photo: Wix.)

 

 

 

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