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In this page, poems on / about “discrimination” are listed.

  • 361.
    The completion at last (poem)

    We were once only the embryo, implanted with faith
    Cultivated from ideas, some old - and some new

    Nourished with a desire - to seek our fate read more »

    Dave Tanguay
  • 362.
    Pressure Cooker-My Envy

    Many more items
    Stuffed inside
    Cooked well
    Matter of time! read more »

    rajagopal haran
  • 363.
    To That Black Man

    We love you even though sometimes
    you don’t deserve it.
    We are your friends, your sisters, your girlfriends,
    your wives. read more »

    Gero Lorna
  • 364.


    One can not go forward unless one does renew
    The journey is here and now and not for review. read more »

    AHO Speaks
  • 365.
    Judge Me

    People judge me for my boricua skin
    Over looking the beauty with in. read more »

    alexsandra quinones
  • 366.

    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
  • 367.
    separate from me

    “Separate from me, ” said Abraham to Lot,
    “our people cannot coexist with one another.”
    Lot chose to live in Sodom, where it’s very hot,
    and said to Abraham: “It really doesn’t bother read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 368.
    Where I belong: My Own Home

    All this discriminating,
    Got me contemplating,
    Where I belong?
    Its got me 'singing the same old song'. read more »

    TracyLee Eckstein
  • 369.
    True Love

    True love can thrive anywhere
    True love knows no hindrances
    True love crosses every bridge
    True love climbs all mountains read more »

    Attorney Chuchuchu Nchunga Nchunga
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