My Thoughts on Human Rights
"and this is my contemplation and pondering
on what I have witnessed in my short life thus far "
Quote- by Constance
I contemplate and ponder and muse
on things experienced and I unshackle
what I have witnessed in deep reveries.
Conditioning makes some people warped
brainwashed and programed and after
years they become just jaundiced and
their thinking biased, distorted and bitter.
Prejudice is out of control all over the world
sexism, ageism and racism are preconception
mindsets I find to be quite disgusting.
Intolerance of people and a narrow mind
thinking head-set only creates barriers in
your own life restricting you from experiences.
Bias to peoples right of religion is unsettling
my viewpoint is everyone has the right to follow
the God that they believe in without fear.
Rooted beliefs are in most people established
and deep- like mine that has been by now
entrenched from childhood and it is now
firm and fixed in my personality.
Skill in social interactions taught to young
children by parents gracious, accepting and
kind teach the know-how in navigating life.
Bondage is seeing the world with jaundiced
disapproving eyes it keeps you chained and
enslaved to servitude for your lifetime.
Conscious awareness is the key to enjoying this
life and all those we will meet on this journey.
December 2, 2021
Poetry/Verse/My Thoughts on Human Rights
Copyright Protected, ID 02-14107-787-02
All Rights Reserved, 2021, Constance La France
Submitted in the Standard contest, Human Rights
sponsor, Robert James Liguori, Judged 12/10/2021
Copyright © Constance La France | Year Posted 2021
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