Poems About: RACISM
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
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
Oh! You are a little black boy,
and playing with your small toy.
Oh! You are black from outside,
but your heart and soul are white. read more »merna ibrahim
303.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
304.Drops of shame
In this tradition of hypocrisy,
Rich sea of shams,
Virtue hides behind sanctimony,
Watch dogs are drooling at the prize, read more »Reshma Ramesh
305.Blah Blah Blank Blank
Yea yea right right went Blah Blah Blank Blank
Right in front of him the problem lays but see he does not
yea yea right right went Blah Blah Blank Blank
someone else will fix this mess, besides what can I do read more »vincent armone
Searching, Searching… pause,
Oh, wait- I’ve missed it.
It was in the valley of destiny, read more »Star Dust
307.Let it rain...
Let it rain peace,
For we are all one,
We will all go forth,
As we dropp all our guns, read more »Joseph Walter Duggan
308.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
309.News From Hank
Have recieved disturbing letter
As follows: read more »Nicolette Turner
We complain about air quality,
and dangerous societies.
We complain about unfair laws
and the racism that still exist on people’s faces. read more »Felix Lugo
311.Seeds of Destruction
if you can watch a child cry
without being touched by its innocence,
you need more help than the child.
if you witness a child of any colour read more »john tiong chunghoo
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