Poems About: RACISM
Poems on / about :
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265.Zebra World (Not Animal Related)
The world is still going on about the color of others skin
We need to be more like a zebra a mixture of black and white
So much racism
Hard to walk down the street without seeing a racial war read more »Kevin Fisher
266.Why Would a Question In Your Mind Persist?
You say you wish to know more about racism?
The reason for it,
And why it exists? read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
10-11-93 is when pity was born
when unbelievers, fornicators, and thieves were born
10-11-93 is when prejudice was born
when Emmit Till was sabatoged and killed of looking the wrong read more »Ahtivah Lawton
268.BARES THRU US?
BARES THRU US?
by Alex Lewis
i'm taking out the TRASh (of society) : read more »Alex Lewis
269.A Young Woman Of Honour
By choice she is a vegetarian she does not eat fish or eat meat
Yet she looks quite happy and healthy though vegetables she only does eat
A beautiful and brave young woman for good causes she is prepared to fight
She believes that every air breathing life form to die of old age has the right read more »Francis Duggan
270.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
271.......................GLOBAL SOCIALIZATION.......................RAS KDC
272.Where is the future?
If we legalize abortion,
if we legalize prostitution,
Not that I'm perfect but I have to know the truth read more »VUSI CHRIS VENUS MALALA
Illusion is its nature
this distance between us
division, my mind over my soul
miss the truth read more »Angelo Gurule
274.You Can Make The World To Live In
You Can make the World to live in a far better place
Not for yourself alone but for the whole human race
By treating everyone as your equal if you look you will find
That those different to you in their ways good and kind. read more »Francis Duggan
275.True Aussie Racism
There once was a young, male recruit,
he was smart rather tall, also cute.
At the first interview
he was told: 'It is true, read more »Herbert Nehrlich
276.Ode to Uncle Sam
Fat delinquent adolescent
Its good that you’ve shown us
You are growing, you are a young adult
This time you did things with no fuss read more »kelvin karani