I thought I'd take a chance and use my creativity to come up with this poem: You look and act so innocent, but you're the most deadly poison to society The racial hatred you have in your heart boils like a pot of fuming hot water You frown when you see me walking down the street, holding hands with women who look like you You perceive them as "race traitors," a disgrace to your people...because in your eyes they're lowering their standards by getting involved with a lesser human being, a man of an inferior race Throughout history, you plotted with those who killed and slaughtered people of African descent You revealed their hideouts when they fled from gangs of hate groups , slave owners and race terrorists You ignored their wailing when in pain, they called out to you for help In darkness as in light, you stood in the middle of the fields, your blue eyes completely devoid of any emotion. I know your worst nightmare today is for any of your daughters to marry someone like me You who moves from one state to the other and one neighborhood to the next so that your children would never interact with me How much space do you have in your heart to overcome your hatred, O racist white woman? How many times will you try to play on both sides of the coin? You who claims to have black friends but won't touch a black man no matter what the case may be You who preaches racial purity at every turn, but when your marriage is on the rocks, prefer cheating with black men for sex O racist white woman, please wake up. The world has changed. Judge people not by skin, but rather by their ways. Learn, racist white woman, that although the entire world may open its doors for you and opportunities without measure may come your way due to the color of your skin, the fact that I look different from you doesn't make me less human. O racist white woman, poison to the world, silent and conniving, dangerous and tricky, opportunistic and plotful, wake up and smell the roses...the world is more diverse and people of all races are falling in love and embracing each other. Today's world doesn't have much room for your kind.