Those who believe that we are equal at birth all,
To those who were energetic and fast sperm from their groups,
To those who were favored combinations, Lucky picks of genes,
To those who had adequate weight grams,
To those that were lowercase anatomies vital consequence of healthy eating,
Those families accommodated in smaller or less,
To those who managed to thrive,
I tell them; No, We are not all equal, After the perfect and small canvases in white with a thousand possibilities, There are thousands of broken fabrics, buried before his first stroke.