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Autobiography of Color White
by Charishma Ramchandani
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  I am innocent, pretty and bright,
All for peace, I ne'er fight
Every angel and fairy I adore,
From the depth of my heart's core!
I'm in the soft as butter moon,
Also on every silver spoon
Roses and diamonds in which I shine,
Are prettier than the prettiest pine!
Dentists' love me, oh, so much,
They recommend every toothpaste in town, I touch
I'm the favorite of many people who paint,
My body splashes all o'er those who faint!
Happily in the veil of magical stars,
I live free from age, caste or sex bars
You'll find me in petals of jasmine flowers,
Also on chocolate bars and cars!
Pollution is what destroys my calm,
Damaging my soul, causing me harm
After all I'm the color white,
Peaceful as a dove, divine as God's light!
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October 27, 2001
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