Poems About: RACISM
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265.Never Allowed To Heal!
Saddled by racism.
Their minds are addicted.
Regardless of a quality of life...
Strangling to exist, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
the innocence of life
as we see it today
is erased by the savages
who call themselves human read more »Keith Ricardo Williams
267.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
268.I Will Always Be A Stranger In This Town
Here I'll never even know local renown
I will always be a stranger in this Town
Some of the locals body language tell me what their tongues don't say
He is not one of us he is from far away. read more »Francis Duggan
269.The Black Man
Ive seen so many thing about racism on the T.V and in the newspaper, I thought I would write about it. This is the poem that flowed so freely from my hands
I walk down the street
There is no one I can meet read more »Dillon Crawford
They say it's two thousand
and five and we are still
poverty and misery read more »Bera Tremoz
271.Cry a tear
Cry a tear for the women of abuse
Cry a tear for those who abuse
Cry a tear those in broken marraiges
Cry a tear for everyone who feels used read more »Natasha Potter
272.How long Will This Bullshit Go On? An Ode to Richard Pryor
Richard was a vessel, an artist that was black,
In a sea of white suppression, that he carried on his deck, …
He made us laugh so hard that we were all reduced to tears,
His message helped us overcome our anger and our fears. read more »Steven Taylor
273.In My Eyes Remix
Look into my eyes
Try to see what I see
View the world through my eyes read more »Candice George
274.Let's All Get Along
Why all the hating?
Why all the fighting?
Can't we all be friends? read more »Heather Schroer
275.The real us
proudly we are a united nation
west or east
black or white
poor or rich read more »Rehab Helmy
276.Oh You Without Sin
Oh you without sin come and cast the first stone
Since a fair go for all you've been known to condone
You've always been truthful you never tell lies
But you won't cast the stone since you are too wise, read more »Francis Duggan