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December 22, 2017



If I were a prophet I’d tell the whole world,

You worry too much about money

And not enough about one another.

God made diversity

And said it was good.

You see your differences

And fear the other.


The other is a subconscious tool,

A way, a means of survival, a numbing way

To define the people you don’t want

To worry about.

Just kick them out or keep them out

Or lock them up or move away from them

Or close your heart to them.

Because that explains everything;

If only we can protect ourselves


From them, all will be well.


If I were a prophet I’d yell it from the rooftop

That God loves everybody, not just the people

Who look like you, and dress like you,

And pray like you,

And eat like you.


Or maybe I’d whisper,


“I love you…

 And God does too.”

To one lonely person,

And maybe she or he would

Pass it on, “I love you…

 And God does too.”


Mary Stetson

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