This poem written by John G. Nelson speaks what racism is truly about. Colored people are human, they have a heart and mind but people still treat them like they are less. They go through pain and death because we don't stop and think that they are just like us. This poem talks about the pain and torture they are made up of and how their body parts represent how they are like us but have a dark side to them because of the inequality around the world. It also talks about how ugly racism can be and the people who talk about it are cruel and evil people.