Poems About: DISCRIMINATION
Poems on / about :
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229.The Islamic Religion
You heard about the Islamic religion
Now I’m going to bring you to the Islamic institution
For an introduction
And initiation read more »Anonymous User
In a life we find
sequences of space n time
One moment is never like the next
Destined to exist in Memories' read more »Marxist illuminatti
231.Still We Rise
The White House Is Still White, Hmm! , really, must be a figment or someones migration working on their concentration, collaboration of devastation trying to be an infiltrator of motivation.
Why has racial discrimination become so tenement in the white house?
A man and the people behind him made a dream reality, Martin Luther King Jr said it better one day and that day, when President Obama moved into the white house.
The white house is still white so why fight people there are enough wars going on around the world, let President Obama do his job, he cannot appease all he has to regulate one thing at a time. read more »James Brown
Come forward, holding hands with each other,
doesn't matter that you carry no weapons. read more »Kazi Nazrul Islam
233.One of These Days...
I HAVE a dream
someday, the good like us
must triumph... read more »RIC S. BASTASA
234.Dream Of A Better Tomorrow
This is from kolkata*1,
the city of joy.
In one side lies the Taj*2,
and the other side a homeless boy. read more »AArya Roy
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
236.A Little Smile From You =)
A little smile from you
Can cure the wounds of a soldier
Who just returned from war in his heart
Defeated by anger and lost from home read more »Alexander Foald
A single heartbeat reveals the whole state,
A single entity effects the whole system;
A voice can make millions move,
A single revolution can renew the whole world; read more »Manjeshwari P MYSORE
238.# A Nation wakes up in Joyous disbelief
As history is made in the American elections
The world watches with disbelief and fascination.
Some one asked me, is it good for our nation?
Rejoice, people are overcoming racial discrimination. read more »Mamta Agarwal
You taught me how to love our country,
Through your music and poetry,
You had raised and lionized our flag,
Preached patriotism through rap. read more »Juneil Sechico
What going on the internet,
daily topic expressions of hatred dislike and discrimination.
I love topic, friendly and peace.
But why this people don’t give a thought posting horrible pictures read more »see fee lee