Poems About: DISCRIMINATION
Poems on / about :
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253.When We Speak Of Good And Evil
When we speak of good and evil we know not what we say
As we all have those traits in us or to me 'twould seem that way
Our so called honourable leaders who condemn crimes of hate
In truth only condemning what they've helped to create. read more »Francis Duggan
254.Climate of Repression
Climate of repression.
Depresses the stressed,
With an bombardment of fear...
To incite anxieties! read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
It always begins with heart
Two lovers on the same hat
Who are playing on a game
Of which they made the frame read more »Etienne Dugland
256.Just AgainJames Anderson
One can not go forward unless one does renew
The journey is here and now and not for review. read more »AHO Speaks
People judge me for my boricua skin
Over looking the beauty with in. read more »alexsandra quinones
Everyone is free to choose their destiny.
But not a child born with disability.
Condemned, before judgment was rendered;
We suffer for crimes we never pondered. read more »Emerito Embuscado
Black Caesar was Australia's first bush ranger
And as his name suggests he was not white
And when caught up with by those who pursued him
He did not go down without a good fight. read more »Francis Duggan
Tout mon être s’échappe,
Je deviens de plus en plus étranger en moi même,
Mon cœur ne m’appartient plus,
Je perds le contrôle de moi même, read more »kafun lady
262.From The Experiences She's Had
In broken English she spoke about the Taliban
The ex refugee from war torn Afghanistan
Their rule to say the least was quite austere
And all Afghan women of them lived in fear. read more »Francis Duggan
263.On Reading Blake's 'Little Black Boy'
Two centuries or even more gone by
Since William Blake wrote 'The little black boy'
He told in verse how black skin equalled white
And in what he wrote of course the poet was right. read more »Francis Duggan
264.Colours From A Rainbow
A cloudy day filled with dark skies,
Only God knows what this could bring.
Here we are down here from different part of the world
Different moods, different life styles with one common problem. Greed! read more »Adeoye Olaneye