Blind people cannot see
They are better off
Than you and she
For they see no black
And white
Their days are dark as night,
Yet lucky

Are they that
Can only listen to a voice
And hear the meaning and the tone.

They can judge a person on merely that alone--
Such fairness cannot be found in those of them with sight
Who bare their decisions on what color skin you wear.

Ability to see those colors does somehow impair
The decisions that they make.

Newborn babies and those of them unsighted
Would somehow make injustice
Righted, by eyes not blessed (or cursed) with the sense of sight--

Replaced instead
With a sense of wrong and right, fairness and equality.