Hebert Logerie

Bronze Star - 2,227 Points (Haiti)

Hebert Logerie Poems

41. All Creatures ‘life Matter 12/21/2014
42. Alleluia! And The Birds Were Cheering 6/17/2012
43. Amor, En La Flor De La Vida 6/21/2014
44. Amour Puéril 11/9/2013
45. An Iconic Hero Like Mr. Nelson Mandela 12/5/2013
46. Ancora Mi Alzo Di Maya Angelou 6/12/2014
47. Another Sad Anniversary Of 911 9/11/2012
48. Another Year Is Saying Goodbye 12/30/2013
49. Anse D'Hainault (English) 6/1/2010
50. Anse D'Hainault (French) 2/9/2012
51. Applaudissons 1/9/2013
52. April Fools’ Day 4/1/2014
53. Arrivederci, Mignonne 11/15/2013
54. Arrogance And Ignorance 6/9/2012
55. As Happy As A Swallow 6/6/2014
56. At Fourteen 2/26/2014
57. Au Gala De La Saint-Valentin 2/14/2015
58. Aung San Suu Kyi 11/13/2010
59. Autumn Flower 3/4/2008
60. Avec Ton Sourire 2/24/2015
61. Babies Are Heroes In Rysai 3/6/2012
62. Bajo La Sombra Oscura 7/30/2012
63. Bama, Let Them Criticize 7/25/2008
64. Beautiful Baltimore Is Ablaze 4/28/2015
65. Beautiful Spring Is Around The Corner 2/28/2015
66. Before You Hurt Someone 8/25/2014
67. Behind That Brown Frown 5/1/2013
68. Beloved Beautiful Mother Earth 5/5/2014
69. Bieber, When You Are Young 1/23/2014
70. Blame Obama … 12/29/2011
71. Bon Anniversaire, Mon Amour 10/1/2011
72. Bonne Fête Des Mères À Maman Et À Toutes Les Femmes 5/8/2009
73. Both Guilty Of Loving Each Other 1/22/2014
74. Break My Heart 11/19/2011
75. Break Up Before Valentine’s Day 2/6/2012
76. Breath Of Spring Air 3/21/2009
77. Bring Back Our Angels Right Now 5/7/2014
78. Bring Me A Poem, Sing Me A Song 10/21/2012
79. Brother, Please Hop On The Black And White Horse Now 10/20/2011
80. Celebramos A Todas Las Madres 5/13/2013
Best Poem of Hebert Logerie

The Color Of Racism

I see the sad color of racism not every other day
But every minutes of the day
I see the serious mental and physical damages
That this cancer has done throughout the ages
And is still doing to our beloved human beings
Others treat our people like they are leftover beans
On a pet's plate. Our people deserve respect
Fairness, justice, acknowledgement
Compassion and better treatment
Our sisters are tired of being left out on the deck
Our siblings are often harassed senselessly, persecuted
Falsely accused and relentlessly prosecuted
At one time, they were ...

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Hommage À Aimé Césaire

Il faut être vraiment, comme toi, du pays natal pour te comprendre,
Il faut être réellement, comme moi, du pays tropical pour entendre,
Et sentir jusqu'à présent les coups de fouets
Injustement frappés sur la chair de nos aïeux bien faits.

Il faut être dans notre peau, avoir notre sang,
Et marcher sous le soleil chaud des mauvais temps
Pour comprendre les longs mugissements de notre âme,
Les souffrances de notre peuple et les misères de nos femmes.

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