Poems About: RACISM
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241.'' A Rainbow Coloured God ''
God gave us colours in our daily routine,
A clear blue sky the grass so green,
The colours of the mammals, all the life in the seas,
Our rainforest habitat they're all there to please. read more »bri mar
242.My Day With MLK
Our day began on a hot summer day in 1963,
MLK was right next to me, and we were in Washington D.C
Who knew this day would be remembered forever in history
The present was on his mind, and his I Have A Dream Speech really got 2 Me read more »Ethen Carrell
It’s a never ending circle, Again and again
They try to be like me, I try not to be like them
Originality is key, Who has the most of it?
Me, me I hope it’s me read more »nicholas gannon
Slavery is the biggest, the worst crime ever committed against humanity,
Slavery is where human Beings, Sons and Daughters of the Almighty,
Are mistreated in the worst unimaginable way by a system, ordinarily
By an oligarchy, which is very powerful, and who wears a light pigmentation. read more »Hebert Logerie
How I hate
When people chose not to vote
Like why did we have
The Civil Rights movement? read more »Mark Rivera
when christmas comes
you make a list
about 50 feet
or more long read more »cris son.
247.I Have A Dream
I have a dream,
That justice will be done.
I have a dream,
That we will shine like the sun. read more »Katie Goodrum
In my perfect world
The sky is a perfect blue
The grass is a soft green
And together are me and you read more »Amy
249.CUZ I'M BLACK? ? ?
Is it cuz I'm black that you think I'm poor
Is it cuz I'm black that we can't afford
A car, a house, and have a liittle more
Or does stereotypes take over and racism pour read more »Sharon Goodwin
250.idealism ***** ANCIENT WARS ARE CURRENT TERROR
Old wars were glorious
had justifiable noble purposed
tagged with humanitarian read more »Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
251.A Better World
A World without patriotism and religion that would not seem a bad thing
No wars to fight for God and Country of other things one could sing
Than in victories paid for in bloodshed there's other things of which to sing of and write
There's love of humanity and Nature there should be more to life than wars to fight read more »Francis Duggan
Oh Martin Sometimes your voice was the thunder Sometimes it
was the falling rain. Always it burst our hearts asunder..
and made them beat... empathic in pain.
* read more »Saiom Shriver