- The Washington Times - Saturday, July 26, 2008

By Sarah Sykora, age 11

You see people’s faces

But they leave without any traces

You see people’s faces

Some people think badly of others

Because of their races

But it is what’s underneath that matters

For people are like cake batters

With a little bit of this and that

A little here

A little there

I do, I dare

I dare you to try,

If you see someone you rather pass by

Stop, smile and say hi.

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