The Ignorance of Our Progenitors

The two judges who would not budge.

Sat still on their stool

Watching with unwise eyes.

Passed their unwanted judgement.

Perfumed with the pungent odor of ignorance.

 

And the innocent adolescent,

Fated to carry the weight of fools.

Oh how she buckled

And wished they’d see her way.

In vain,

For even the most colorful rainbow is black and white to the colorblind.

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