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A Man is a Man

A man is a man
A name doesn’t make us a thing
The rich, the poor
The wise, the foolish
The brain, the brawn.

A man is a man
A religion doesn’t make us a thing
The Jewish, the shaman
The Hindus, the monks
The priest, the pagan.

A man is a man
Status doesn’t make us a thing
The kings, the servants
The queens, the maids
The chiefs, the serfs.

A man is a man
Courage doesn’t make us a thing
The weak, the strong
The conqueror, the failure
The leader, the followers.

A man is a man
Human race doesn’t make us a thing
The Caucasoid, the Negriod
The Capoid, the Mongoloid
The Malay, the Papuan.

A man is a man
Tribe doesn’t make us a thing
The Shkreli, the Zulu
The Hutu, the Tua
The Mbutu, the Ashanti.

A man is a man
Geographical location doesn’t make us A thing
The north, the south
The east, the west
The polar, the orbit.

A man is a man
Seasons doesn’t make us a thing
The summer, the winter
The rainy, the dry
The autumn, the spring.

A man is a man
Perfection doesn’t make us a thing
The aged, the young
The bright, the dull
The front, the back.

A man is a man
What make us a man?
Only man can answer the question
Man is what make us a thing.
A man is a man.

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