Trade Martin

Rookie - 21 Points (USA)

Racism and the Culture Of Racism rev.2013


We must be aware…..,
Of the Culture Of Racism….,
It’s a slur and a swear….,
The Culture Of Racism….! ! !

Can’t turn your back….,
On the Culture Of Racism….,
Or you’ll feel the whack…,
Of the Culture Of Racism….! ! !

It’s hard to believe….
The Culture Of Racism….,
That’s why we all grieve….,
The Culture Of Racism…! ! !

We must face the facts….,
On the Culture Of Racism ….! ! !
Cause we’ve seen the attacks…..,
Of the Culture Of Racism….,

It follows us all…,
The Culture Of Racism….,
But we must stand tall….,
Against the Culture Of Racism….! ! !

Can we control or stop it….,
As long as it’s been livin’….? ? ?
That’s the priceless question….,
On the Culture Of Racism…! ! !


.............Trade Martin, 2008 & 2013

Submitted: Friday, May 06, 2011
Edited: Saturday, August 10, 2013

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Comments about this poem (Racism and the Culture Of Racism rev.2013 by Trade Martin )

  • Veteran Poet - 3,477 Points Is It Poetry (5/6/2011 8:23:00 PM)

    As always on the mark you are.
    Perhaps the cure,
    is but the price we pay each day,
    we live...Trade....iip (Report) Reply

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