325.Racism is a Disease
The highest height of exhilaration is in sublimity
when a poet paints on canvas to sanitize notions
by using the spectrum of ethos weaned in errors
and just like the erudite all grand designer of life read more »
326.We Are Indebted to Them Up to Our Eyelids
...Keep it cleansed, fresh and moisterized! ...
And now back to further news announcements:
The state of the economy worsens. read more »
327.Whose Doing The Respect?
You were denied a job position,
Because your credit is in a bad condition.
And the report stated you have bills unpaid?
Even though you pay them but slowly. read more »
328.Taken for a ride
Like a child I did not have pre-knowledge of anything except the milestones I have seen, touched and passed
I would be told not to dare cross certain boundaries because I will lose my abilities to play with my toys and friends
When in fact nothing will happen to me if I cross the bridge
Except that I will see the golden jewels read more »
329.Ode To African Women Folk
Daughters, sisters and brethren in the African womenfolk
Hail you, you are blessed among all the diversities of nature
You are blessed for all peace and love beahviour in all of your times
You are blessed for resilience and spiritual energy to soldier on read more »
330.The Evolution-tangled Mortality.
Truly full of wonder how ignorance has been infected into this age of developing, distracting us and dragging us away from the sources of knowledge and wisdom. read more »
331.Taking My Poetry To The Bottom Of African Latrine
Let me take my poetry to the bottom of African latrine
As clearly directed by my colonial master,
After he read and failed to sing my poem
Which I wrote and troubdoured on the digital platform, read more »
332.Am I My Brother’s Keeper?
“Am I my brother’s keeper? ”
Cain answered the omnipotent Lord God
as if a brotherly relationship did not go much deeper
and this answer seems odd read more »
333.The Canvas of Life
If I had the colors of the rainbow, and a canvas to paint on.
I paint the story of my life, before my time on Earth is gone.
I'd paint my trials and tribulations, all of the things that I've been through.
But most importantly I'd paint a picture of the love I have for you. read more »
334.War Going On
When ever you see people starting to act up
Drug proliferation starts to picking up
When the people began to express their discontent with the man
They drop that drug bomb till they've decimated this land read more »
335.Becoming Fashionably Chic
The concept of racism to discuss,
Is as outdated as the effects of self hatred.
It is there to be observed and reflects an acceptance. read more »
336.A Black Bird
When the power of Love overcomes the Love of power the world will know peace.
- Jimi Hendrix read more »
New Racism Poems
- Seeing In Colors, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
- We think it is so distant, Raymond A. Foss
- Misconceptions, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
- Pressure Of Racism, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
- Why the World needs Christmas, Dimitri Jagodinski
- We Can't Breathe …, Hebert Logerie
- A Job God Has Already Done, Lawrence S. Pertillar
- Cherishing Each Other, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
- Secular, kassem oude
- race race, Frederick J.B. Moore II
- Polite And Respectful, Edward Kofi Louis
- New and Old, kassem oude
- To Overcome III, Edward Kofi Louis
- A SONNET FOR AFRICA, AMADU KAMARA
- Thankful II, Edward Kofi Louis
- The Black and white zealots.. Reality in.., Dimitri Jagodinski
- Terzanelle for Octavia Estelle Butler, Marieta Maglas
- War Within The Heart, jade Slatyer
- One Law To Rule Them All?, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
- Reversed, Nassy Fesharaki
- Racism Haiku, Chenou Liu
- The World Cup or the Celebration of the .., Hebert Logerie
- An old black man and a young gangster....., Dimitri Jagodinski
- No racism, amir mohammad islami chalandar
- Racism Acquired, Ima Ryma
- Calling Names, Randy McClave
- Discrimination, Mark Heathcote
- Racism is still alive, Sincair Farrell
- An African Girl In Russia, alexander opicho
- Kh Of Ophir, Rex mayor Ubini
- Equals, Nassy Fesharaki
- Who Will Heal You From Your Bug Of Racism?, alexander opicho
- Mahatma Gandhi, Presil Roshan
- The New World, Paolo Borsoni
- life without poetry, alexander opicho
- American Gandhi, hasmukh amathalal
- You Lead Us, hasmukh amathalal
- Another Year Is Saying Goodbye, Hebert Logerie
- Dirge For Mandela, olumide emmanuel
- Home Goes the Troublemaker [For Nelson M.., Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
- Peterborough, Moses Samandar
- Racism, Nassy Fesharaki
- Slavery, Hebert Logerie
- Internet Racism, Sylvia Chidi
- Roof Icicles Tanka, Chenou Liu
- Dear John Letter Tanka, Chenou Liu
- The Blackest Black, Edward Dzonze
- Don’t Stop, S. Nadia Azam Shah Bukhari
- The Tune of Diversity, Gabriel Manalac
- Epigram, Justin Reamer
- Racism, Dimitri Jagodinski
- Foreign Moon Tanka, Chenou Liu
- Along Came A Code, Pankhuri Sinha
- Be frank, hasmukh amathalal
- Heaven Or Hell, Kweku Atta Crayon
- Pain in My Eyes, Fareez Nasir
- Freedom of Speech, Ranis Thomas III
- Human Species, survi sharma
- Friends Around the World, elysabeth faslund
- Paula Deen...Racism, elysabeth faslund
- If we were born blind, julius lenjatin
- Racism in the Deep South and the Perils .., Elsinore RathbridgeStewart
- Academic Culture, Sithandiwe Soweto Salela
- Pain, in A Happy Place, Ryan Butler Sr
- A Step Back, Patrice Delevoe
- It's a Disease, Christina Byrd
- How long, Matt Ancient
- Alien Walls, Babatunde Aremu
- No To Racism, Enyinwa Okechukwu Enyinwa
- Recognizing Rejecting Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
- Lessons In Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
- Racism In Any Form, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
- Beware Reverse Racism Is Still Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
- My Perfect World, Jackson McEachin Leibel
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