Is that we have differences but
you’re still equal to me
Different race, different customs,
Yet we have the same opportunities
But open up your eyes and that
is not what you’ll see
You have a classic family, I’m
from a broken home
You grew up in the burbs while
I was raised in the section 8 zone
You surf the web and view
hundreds of channels when you’re bored
While the internet and cable
TV are luxuries i can’t afford
In spite of these differences, we
respect each other the same
Both scheming to be the best
and holding on to dreams of fame
But to be equal and diverse is
an unlived ideology
Because the world sees our
diversity and thinks you’re
better than me.
Stan Williams, 10th Grade, Snowden International High School, Boston
Seven of the most darling little birds you will ever lay eyes on! Handmade by moi, no molds used. Made of polymer clay and painted, and finished with 2 coats of high quality clear varnish. Just line them up on your mantle, somewhere in your cubicle, a window sill, just about anywhere for instant cuteness. You won't be able to stand it.
Each bird is about 2" long x 1 1/4" high. They're so cute and little!
Thanx for looking!
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