One identity

Beliefs, divide,

One identity, unites,

Homo- sapiens.

Poetry Form :- Senryu (5/7/5 syllables) . Senryu is similar to Haiku in many aspects like syllable count, both being Japanese forms of poetry, number of lines. The major difference is that Haiku is written about nature and Senryu is written about human aspects.

Thoughts behind the Senryu :- Thoughts, beliefs might divide us, but a single identity unites us all, the fact that we are Homo- sapiens.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Eugenia for running the Eugi’s Weekly Prompt Challenge. The prompt word for the week is identity. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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