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  • 37.
    Missing Script (Not In Verse)

    From a tribal mindset
    To a politically conscious society
    With rights and responsibilities
    Defined is how this community will grow.
    Being ethnocentric is not in the interest of any one
    Except for keeping an identity and feeling of togetherness
    The collective aim here is to advance in minds and spirit
    From the basic humanism
    To a conscious achievement of well defined objectives
    We shall neither be the battle fields
    Nor cannon fodder for global
    Regional and local designs
    Waziristan is our motherland
    And carries to us the holiness of any sacred land
    We some times must respect the wisdom of elders
    And also some distinguished persons
    Who are giving exposure to our youth
    Both at the national level and international level
    Poverty lack of education unemployment
    Gender discrimination are just a few problems.
    This community has all the potential
    Of being a modern
    Deeply cultural
    And seeking to play its role
    In modern civilized world

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  • 38.
    Laws Of Forest

    Forests are more sacred place
    where no discrimination exists
    discrimination prevails only
    within human society read more »

  • 39.
    Sleeping Beauty

    The fair face of the earth glows softly in the darkness of infinity,
    Held aloft magically in the deep swirling oceans.
    The brown blanketed in rich green,
    Clouds in varying colours hover on its brow. read more »

  • 40.
    I live in hope (in memory of Martin Luther King Jr.)

    I live in hope that one day
    We will live in a world
    Without discrimination and bigotry
    Where our children will know love read more »

  • 41.
    Power abuse

    Make your frustration known
    People are your own
    They are ignorant
    But important read more »

  • 42.
    Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 39

    Harun-ur-Rashid said when the country of Egypt was surrendered to him: "In contrast to the rebel who had in his arrogance of being sovereign of Egypt pretended to be God, I shall bestow this country upon the meanest of my slaves." He had a stupid negro, Khosaib by name, whom he made governor of Egypt but his intellect and discrimination were so limited that when the tribe of Egyptian agriculturists complained and stated that they had sown cotton along the banks of the Nile and that an untimely rain had destroyed it he replied: "You ought to have sown wool." A pious man heard this, and said:

    "If livelihood were increased by knowledge
    None would be more needy than the ignorant. read more »

  • 43.
    Let no one suffer

    Heart changes
    And manages
    Mind sets
    And relates read more »

  • 44.
    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 »

  • 45.
    The Candle

    O Candle! I am also an afflicted person in the world assembly
    Constant complaint is my lot in the manner of the rue read more »

  • 46.
    ~~¤ Philosophy of a DewyFlower ¤~~

    'Life is a Tall Ladder and the Steps must be Slow and Sure - is the Key of Success'

    'Never say late, just wake up, tomorrow will open its gate' read more »

  • 47.
    Over the roof top

    I keep on saying and believe
    "The world is for us to live"
    With fellow brethren
    To share the concern read more »

  • 48.
    My Dream Destination

    When we sleep in the night,
    we get wonderful dreams.
    Hundreds of miles away,
    ther's a place of happines and gay, read more »

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  2. Sense of Discrimination, Md. Ziaul Haque
  3. Recipe of Hate, Kevin Patrick
  4. Unity (Haiku), Diwakar Pokhriyal
  5. Discrimination, Alexandra Motschmann
  6. Will Canada America Reverse My Situation?, QueenPatrenia Turner, Royalt ..
  7. Discrimination, Mark Heathcote
  8. Pure intellect, gajanan mishra
  9. Laws Of Forest, ramesh rai
  10. Legacy of Mandela (A Tribute), Aftab Alam
  11. Discrimination, AaI Harvey
  12. Trapped African, Moses Samandar
  13. Racial Discrimination, Thomas Inch
  14. Colour Blindness, Simon Samuda
  15. Why Should Meek Clique Monopolize Attent.., Jonathan ROBIN
  16. When You Think, My Dear, gajanan mishra
  17. When I Assume, gajanan mishra
  18. Weeded Out The Root, gajanan mishra
  19. Lights Up The Supreme Self, gajanan mishra
  20. But remember, gajanan mishra
  21. Desire Is A Necessity, gajanan mishra
  22. To realize the truth, gajanan mishra
  23. Mind And Intellect, chandra thiagarajan
  24. Where Does Freewill Lead, If We Chose No.., Gregory Allen Uhan
  25. In ignorance, gajanan mishra
  26. In discrimination, gajanan mishra
  27. Honesty, Abdul Wahab
  28. Freedom Alas!, Lillian B. Rose
  29. Self-Portrait, Taslima Nasrin
  30. Underhand Han Hand, Jonathan ROBIN
  31. OBAMA__Instrument of PEACE?, Maia Padua
  32. Langston Hughes tribute Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  33. Make me feel dumb, hasmukh amathalal
  34. Have Faith, Jeff Muehlbauer
  35. Love, Bamisaye Adeniran
  36. Loving Hope, Yasmin Ruiz
  37. Where is Socialism?, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  39. Awareness, Mark Wazzy
  40. Love for everyone, g black Black
  41. God Loves Us All, Carmela Kazmier
  42. EID, Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari
  43. Conversation with Lord Krishna - VIII (F.., Varanasi Ramabrahmam
  44. ! ! The harvest of the mind, Michael Shepherd
  45. Stop violence and terrorism, gurmeet singh dang
  46. Green And Greener, Tobi Adebowale
  47. The Big Picture, Peter Sugura
  48. dr. ambedkar- sun that never sets, Rahul Gade
  49. death cry be heard, Rahul Gade
  50. Barack Obama, Gurpiar Sidhu
  51. What Have We Become?, Mimie Durand
  52. Snowflakes, Rachael Lee
  53. * slUmdOg's cHase for liFe, Inner Whispers
  54. A black and a white dog, Edi Miszti
  55. The WORLD, Yesheswini Rajendran
  56. WOUNDS, dr. ram sharma
  57. crippled heart, Mara SalvatruchaDemon
  58. One Day of Peace, William Milam
  59. Oloom Means Sciences, kassem oude
  60. pain presisted, Mara SalvatruchaDemon
  61. Autumn Meeting, Joyce Hemsley
  62. Garden of Change, T.James Becker
  63. Finally a Hope for Change, Valerie Daley
  64. Dark Fairy, Kyon Shade
  65. Discrimination Here's You Come and Go, Jixin Gao
  66. Woman 5, Ershad Mazumder
  67. Black and White Against the World, Rachel Spinelli
  68. Wind Alone, Jack Rogers
  69. an index of racism for your reference, RIC S. BASTASA
  70. Our Nation, Dwayne Bailey
  71. Life in a nut shell, Jorge Luis Hernandez
  72. Breaking Down, shimon weinroth
  73. Racist: I Have Saw Discrimination, Golden Heart
  74. 'Discrimination', David Taylor
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