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Poems About: RACISM

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  • 289.
    Eulogy of a Blues Master

    No music,
    not reggae, not punk and certainly not rap,
    is more hip, more with it,
    than the blues read more »

    Paul the Lion
  • 290.

    A dainty crow writes a long letter
    to a white duck.
    My dear, I am really fed up with my lifestyle.
    Everyday I have to fly here & there for my daily bread. read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 291.

    We breathe, we live, we cry, when our heart stops beating we die.
    We kill, we hurt, we pollute the air, while others are worried about being fair.
    We smoke, we do drugs, we steal, I don’t understand this living but it’s real.
    We rap, we sing, we feel for each other, we march against racism with a fellow brother. read more »

    jasmine banahi
  • 292.
    Racism - Engaged in War

    The Black race is engaged in war
    against an evil will,
    the progress made in recent years
    has come to a standstill read more »

    Steven Taylor
  • 293.
    Putin And Sharon

    Putin and Sharon they may live miles apart
    But they have much in common each has a frosty heart
    They both are anti- social and people they control
    And they see those who are different as bereft of a soul. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 294.
    So Much Hate

    Whites against Blacks
    Daughters against mothers
    Sons against fathers
    Brothers against sisters. read more »

    Eve Hall
  • 295.
    In My Eyes Remix

    Look into my eyes
    Try to see what I see
    View the world through my eyes read more »

    Candice George
  • 296.
    Life Full Of War

    Searching for the truth
    In a world where evil reigns
    Not knowing what to do
    Trying to cope with all the pain read more »

    Crystal Rosario
  • 297.
    Tests To Teach Those Reaching For Light

    Recycled racism...
    Does not do a thing to lift,
    Anyone out of this intentional darkness.
    With insecure criticisms, read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 298.
    A Strange Cocktail

    In their National flag they do take such great pride
    And they feel superior with god on their side
    And their leader he tells them of us against they
    But when they fight his war from them he's far away. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 299.
    45 Equity

    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
  • 300.
    A Superior Race

    Though racism some people like to embrace
    There is no such a thing as a superior race
    We are born of woman and born to die
    The same for the monarch as for you and I read more »

    Francis Duggan
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