Poems About: RACISM
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
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
326.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
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
Wandering through my library the other day
I was astonished.
A new subject was Black Writers
I thought a writer was a writer read more »willow moon pearce
329.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
331.Sometime / Somewhere
Sometime / Somewhere
We’re Victims To This World’s Sorrow
Our Children Are Dying By The Hand
Of Mankind, Sickness, And Hungry read more »Lartin Konneh II
We are a silhouette
You and I
Black and white
Against the pale blue sky read more »nikki hays
333.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
335.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
Beyond borders is a possibility
Of Love or hate.
A song bird sings
A lullaby resonate. read more »Tess Rockenstire