All's Fair in Earth's Gravity
by Merrissa Sorrentino
Here is a lesson you won't learn in class.
A gravity concept that leaves out the mass.
So pull out some paper and start taking notes.
There's a moral inside that is getting my vote..
Gravity acts on us all as the same.
It doesn't point fingers or play silly games..
We all hit the ground with the same exact speed
if we fall the same height. No-one gets in the lead.
The black and the white, and the shades in between
are treated as equals. The way it should be.
Light as a feather or heavy in weight
nobody comes in a second too late.
The good and the bad, the large and the small
they all become weightless when in a free-fall.
It doesn't have favourites or need to choose sides.
A fact that can be easily verified..
The point of this lesson should be crystal clear.
(I think that you know what I'm getting at here).
Stripped of our differences, one thing remains.
Deep down inside, we are all just the same.