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Earth Cookies

I crumbled America North and South,

Chopped Africa into pieces,

Sliced Asia and cracked Oceania,

Squeezed them into one big dough.


Divided it evenly into five,

Rolled on a tray,

Baked in the oven,

For twelve minutes.


Invited some friends over,

To share my newest experiment,

Earth chip cookies,

Showcasing on the silver tray.


One took a bite and exclaimed,

This tastes democracy,

A slight mix of communism,

An addictive flavor. 


Another eyed the tray,

And commented,

This looks glamourous,

White spots Black bumps.


Oriental and Occidental smells,

Filling the room,

If variety is so-called Beauty,

What of ugly judgments?

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