What I once thought: The Falsehood of Stereotypes

I once thought all apples were green until I saw a red one

I once thought all peppers were red until I saw a green one

I once thought all boards were black until I came across a white one

I once thought all hairs were black until I met a blonde

I once thought all eyes were round until I saw a Japanese

I once thought all roses were red until I was given a white one

So I have learnt never to believe in stereotypes

But to look past the group and see the individual

And so until I’m proved wrong

I am yet to believe all bananas are yellow

And all strawberries are red.


Lover of Books, Writer, Digital Marketer and Tech gadget freak. My philosophy is simple "Plan, Pray and Be Patient".

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