Poems About: RACISM
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
289.Tests To Teach Those Reaching For Light
Does not do a thing to lift,
Anyone out of this intentional darkness.
With insecure criticisms, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
Cozy lounge under the neon lights
A glass of red wine after a luscious dinner
Making your night a bright
Staying glued till midnight read more »Sulaiman Mohd Yusof
291.In My Eyes Remix
Look into my eyes
Try to see what I see
View the world through my eyes read more »Candice George
They say it's two thousand
and five and we are still
poverty and misery read more »Bera Tremoz
A groan still roars
In the private quarters
Of many slowly healing
Shattered hearts read more »john tiong chunghoo
It’s hard to extol the merits of mankind
and to lavish excessive praise is insane;
recognize the gamut of vain emotion
and treatment of our brothers that’s inhumane. read more »Joseph James Breunig 3rd
295.Black History Month
Black history month
A time we celebrate
Recuperate read more »Khai Ramsey
296.The Mythical Leader
Is one of you the mythical leader
that we need? Reincarnated Plato.
With a sprinkle of Buddha, Christianity,
and the Muslim faith, so that everyone read more »Cokbod Lodwogo
297.Eulogy of a Blues Master
not reggae, not punk and certainly not rap,
is more hip, more with it,
than the blues read more »Paul the Lion
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
299.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
300.The dawn of a new Age
We have been 'moving on' from war.
We have been 'moving on' from segregation.
But we ain't done yet.
The dawn of a new age is here. read more »Gaines Hargrove