Poems About: DISCRIMINATION
Poems on / about :
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217.If I Can Change the World
If someday I sit on the top of this world,
Bring on changes with a single word,
Throw away hatred; spread only love,
Turn a vulture into a peaceful dove, read more »jimmy zepp
Come forward, holding hands with each other,
doesn't matter that you carry no weapons. read more »Kazi Nazrul Islam
I don't believe in God,
I look upon nature with wondering eyes.
However much I move forward grasping the hand of progress
society's hindrances take hold of my sleeve read more »Taslima Nasrin
220.A Contemporary Day
The days are growing shorter and here I sit
in the middle of a dilemma with a feeling
similar to one I had sitting in a boat as read more »Walter Durk
A FANTASY LAND
Yesterday, I saw a dream,
The world I saw was made of cream. read more »gautam sharma
222.What I've Been Through..
If you knew what i've been through
you wont act the way you do
but you dont have a clue
you never will, at least until. read more »Dustin MacDougall
How sweet is the bond of friendship?
To say it is the best gift.
But wonder if it would have not been there,
We humans would have been far in rift. read more »Divya Katara
224.The Powers of Hate
Hate is the opposite of love.
These emotions are powerful.
Hate stirs up conflicts and wars.
Discrimination is a cause of hate. read more »Vega Destiny Star
225.God wants the best for you
There should not be differences,
and even less discrimination.
Everyone should be treated equal,
no matter what the circumstances. read more »Yisel Chong
226.Inequalities in the world
So much corruption,
so much hurt,
so much pain going on in the world,
so many people are treated unequally, read more »emily summers
It's not noticed until focused upon.
And only then it is said nothing is perfect.
Those on tour buses view landscaped vistas.
Boxed lunches are issued. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
228.0233 The Blest
The authority on poetry pauses;
the world holds its breath. This head – greybeard,
skinhead – forehead already lined
with self-imposed responsibility for read more »Michael Shepherd