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  • 49.
    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
    Without division or agenda,
    One race, the human race
    Where love is acceptance and respect,
    Where difference is celebrated and valued
    To unify, strengthen and enrich us
    by its diversity.

    I live in hope that one day
    All women and children
    will be safe, day and night
    To live without fear and violence
    And our children will be cherished
    and nurtured and loved
    Without molestation
    And will grow in strength
    Physically with freedom of imagination
    For a strong and robust tomorrow.

    I live in hope that one day
    All women:
    Our mothers, sisters, daughters,
    nieces, partners, grandmothers,
    Aunties, neighbours, colleagues,
    friends and strangers
    Will be valued inherently with dignity
    And the birth rights of girls and boys
    as equals will be assured
    without contest or question.

    I live in hope that one day
    All individuals will be valued
    for their intrinsic worth,
    knowledge, lifes efforts, experiences,
    creativity and decency
    And not be judged and devalued
    by preconceived ideas of gender,
    Appearance or diasabilities,
    I live in hope that one day
    All of us as people, whether
    Gay, straight, transgendered,
    bisexual or intersexed,
    Abled or disabled,
    All as equals
    can be proud of who we are
    and of each other
    Respectful of our differences
    and abilities.

    I live in hope that one day
    Those seeking refuge
    From oppression and tyranny
    Will be accepted and not despised
    And not detained for daring
    to seek a better life
    for themselves and their children
    And will not suffer the inhumanity,
    indignity and injustice of imprisonment
    indefinitely without charge for the only
    Crime of exercising a human right.

    I live in hope that one day
    Our politicians will lead
    for the greater good and
    stand up for that which is right
    Regardless of petty point scoring
    and posturing,
    I live in hope that one day
    The honour bestowed on politicians
    Will match the honour
    And dignity of the character
    of the average hard working
    woman and man
    for whom the word honour
    Cannot be applied.

    I live in hope that one day
    Those who subscribe to a god
    are not corrupted by its allure
    and self-righteous bigotry
    That exclusive membership engenders
    And can show those whom choose no god,
    the same courtesy and respect
    that they themselves so fervently demand.
    I live in hope.

    I live in hope that one day
    Bigotry and discrimination
    Will be archaic
    And acceptance and respect
    Will be the only currency
    And people will not recall another way
    And all the old energy wasted on hatred
    Can be directed to improving lives
    And our precious Earth,
    I live in hope.
    I live in hope that our dreams
    Can be realized today
    to make a better and just world.

    I live in hope that together
    With understanding and love
    we can bring
    Our hopes alive. read more »

  • 50.
    Recipe of Hate

    half a cup
    of Ignorance
    With read more »

  • 51.
    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 »

  • 52.
    Tell me Sun

    Tell me Sun
    - - - - - - - - -
    Tell me Sun
    Who is the dearest? read more »

  • 53.
    * slUmdOg's cHase for liFe

    Born with nothing, marked by poverty
    Lived like a dog, treated impatiently and unhuman,
    Discrimination received, mocks from the upper kind
    Until when and where will they run? read more »

  • 54.
    Mind And Intellect

    Feelings and Emotions- -
    Their instrument
    Is the Mind. read more »

  • 55.
    Something rejected

    But no hate read more »

  • 56.
    Happy Independence Day!

    All the people from poor to rich
    All people from villages to cities.
    Without any caste, discrimination read more »

  • 57.
    Hey Apartheid! !

    Please look at these scenes and act,
    Destroy the causer of discrimination in fact,
    Hey Apartheid! read more »

  • 58.

    It's time to walk hand in hand,
    It's time for a world of equality,
    It matters not, what you are, or whom you claim to be,
    Your you, and thats good enough for me, read more »

  • 59.
    So you say (it just doesn't matter)

    so you say
    that there is no difference between you and me
    but if i asked for your daughter's hand in marriage
    what color would i be read more »

  • 60.
    once we were child

    Once we were children
    everything was supper
    We could fly
    if we hadn't trusted our mothers 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. When You Think, My Dear, gajanan mishra
  16. When I Assume, gajanan mishra
  17. Weeded Out The Root, gajanan mishra
  18. Lights Up The Supreme Self, gajanan mishra
  19. But remember, gajanan mishra
  20. Desire Is A Necessity, gajanan mishra
  21. To realize the truth, gajanan mishra
  22. Mind And Intellect, chandra thiagarajan
  23. Where Does Freewill Lead, If We Chose No.., Gregory Allen Uhan
  24. In ignorance, gajanan mishra
  25. In discrimination, gajanan mishra
  26. Honesty, Abdul Wahab
  27. Freedom Alas!, Lillian B. Rose
  28. OBAMA__Instrument of PEACE?, Maia Padua
  29. Langston Hughes tribute Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  30. Make me feel dumb, hasmukh amathalal
  31. Love, Bamisaye Adeniran
  32. Loving Hope, Yasmin Ruiz
  33. Where is Socialism?, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  35. Awareness, Mark Wazzy
  36. A Summer With Snow, Jenna Marie
  37. Equality, Theresa Ann Moore
  38. A closed Circle, Aminath Neena
  39. Love for everyone, g black Black
  40. God Loves Us All, Carmela Kazmier
  41. EID, Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari
  42. Conversation with Lord Krishna - VIII (F.., Varanasi Ramabrahmam
  43. ! ! The harvest of the mind, Michael Shepherd
  44. Stop violence and terrorism, gurmeet singh dang
  45. Green And Greener, Tobi Adebowale
  46. The Big Picture, Peter Sugura
  47. dr. ambedkar- sun that never sets, Rahul Gade
  48. death cry be heard, Rahul Gade
  49. Barack Obama, Gurpiar Sidhu
  50. What Have We Become?, Mimie Durand
  51. Snowflakes, Rachael Lee
  52. * slUmdOg's cHase for liFe, Inner Whispers
  53. A black and a white dog, Edi Miszti
  54. The WORLD, Yesheswini Rajendran
  55. WOUNDS, dr. ram sharma
  56. crippled heart, Mara SalvatruchaDemon
  57. One Day of Peace, William Milam
  58. Oloom Means Sciences, kassem oude
  59. pain presisted, Mara SalvatruchaDemon
  60. Autumn Meeting, Joyce Hemsley
  61. Garden of Change, T.James Becker
  62. Finally a Hope for Change, Valerie Daley
  63. Dark Fairy, Kyon Shade
  64. Discrimination Here's You Come and Go, Jixin Gao
  65. Woman 5, Ershad Mazumder
  66. Black and White Against the World, Rachel Spinelli
  67. Wind Alone, Jack Rogers
  68. an index of racism for your reference, RIC S. BASTASA
  69. Our Nation, Dwayne Bailey
  70. Life in a nut shell, Jorge Luis Hernandez
  71. Breaking Down, shimon weinroth
  72. Racist: I Have Saw Discrimination, Golden Heart
  73. 'Discrimination', David Taylor
  74. If, shimon weinroth
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