EMBRASING DIVERSITY

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(Prompted by one of those unsolicited nuggets of life coaching wisdom you get on Facebook)

 

I don’t judge the woman or man that’s within

By their race or religion or colour of skin,

Their sexual preference, gender or age

And even cut slack to those wearing beige;

I hold all as equals from whichever nation

But rather I judje you by you’re punctuation,

You’re speling like what all us good awther’s do

And also how you keep you’re poem to a very good rithm two.

◄ NIGHTS IN PRESTATYN

SOBIBOR - WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DONE? ►

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John Coopey

Wed 31st Jan 2018 20:14

You're opening up a fresh can of worms there, Suki.

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suki spangles

Mon 29th Jan 2018 06:02

Hi there John,

I've always felt that magnoliaphobia is the acceptable face of beigeism. Controversial, I know. And it's the twenty-first century.

Suki

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John Coopey

Fri 26th Jan 2018 18:10

Thank’s MC.

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M.C. Newberry

Fri 26th Jan 2018 16:57

A type of typo treatise that hits the mark!

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John Coopey

Thu 25th Jan 2018 22:13

Many thanks Douglas, Hannah, Colin and 220August. It is interesting that the pic I attached (and all the others I considered) showed a mix of men and women, blacks and whites. None showed any old gits like myself. No ageism.

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220August

Thu 25th Jan 2018 21:09

BAM! (smacks the gavel) Thanks for the smile ?

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Hannah Collins

Thu 25th Jan 2018 20:46

Love this.
Check I'm not wearing beige.

Hannah

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Douglas MacGowan

Thu 25th Jan 2018 20:29

Very clever and funny.

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