You flaunt detestable words
Through fear of difference and change.
You name your names, you call out yellow
And torment the shape of eyes.
You change origins of pure words
To use in ridicule and misery.
Ache from your attempt to drown
In floods of vicious derision.
Jokes of the size of manhood
Even how you taunt intelligence
But when it’s thought of all you say
The body is clutched still in pity.
Because it’s known that though
You taunt with animosity
Only a man who crumbles himself
Can reflect despair to his brother.
If only an affiliation of respect
Tied a bond for broken people
There would be no disunion
Or the rape of consideration.