Blind for a Day by Ann Christine Tabaka

Blind for a Day

If we all could be blind
just for one day
blind to status
blind to our differences
blind to the color of our brother’s skin
if we could see with our hearts
not with our eyes
would we act differently than we do now

If we needed to reach out
to hold out a hand
to help each other along the path
would we live differently than we do now
for only through blindness
can we begin to see the truth
We are all the same in the dark

Ann Christine Tabaka lives in Delaware. She is a published poet and artist. She loves gardening and cooking. Chris lives with her husband and two cats. Her most recent credits are The Paragon Journal, The Literary Hatchet, Metaworker, Raven Cage Ezine, RavensPerch, Anapest Journal, Mused, Indiana Voice Journal, Halcyon Days Magazine, The Society of Classical Poets, and BSU’s Celestial Musings Anthology.

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