Racial

Quaid-Uz-Zaman 1954 (Jamalpur)

My skin does not believe in color
white
Or
black or in colors of varying wave length tricks of melanin cannot hide the essence of humanity :hues are genuine trickers.
A chlorophyll is no color
without light .
 A light glowing through all the human pores is universal.
all the creatures living or nonliving
sponges,
pelagic,
or shallow or deep sea creatures
the benthos ,corals
known and unknown carry the colors
but with the illusion of receptors diverged.
All magic turns into black
in absence of light; and humanity the boldness flow through the veins boldly.
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Quaid-Uz-Zaman

Retired college teacher.Has published two books of poetry. Also has poems published online. more…

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