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Evil

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Evil

Evil
They say that
White people are evil
hatred building anger
Racism
Evil
Yet dark people 
also rape women
do not hate
skin colour
Evil
does not depend
on the colour 
of your skin
Evil
Is an act of 
anger greed or sin
hurting others
to satisfy 
themselves
Evil
does not care
about colour
and neither 
should we
Evil
do the crime
do the time

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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