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RACISM POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “racism” are listed.

  • 325.
    Tiger Woods & The Lynching Noose

    What an ugly uproar about the noose around Tiger’s neck,
    Growing tighter every single day because he chooses to forget,
    A story over 2000 years old about a man and the world He forgave,
    Whether you believe it or not it’s only by His sacrifice we are saved. read more »

  • 326.
    42 Nonharming... A Journey

    How do the words of the Peaceful Master become the tirades of
    warmonger pastors?
    *
    Animals love vegetarians. Plants love fruitarians. read more »

  • 327.
    How Did We Get Here? By Levy Lee Simon

    I look around at today’s world and wonder how in the world did we get here? Not to make myself seem old because I’m not old but I am old skool and there’s nothing wrong with that and that’s a fact.

    I mean I grew up during a time when kids played outside and parents sat up late after putting dinner on the plate. When baseball, and basketball and football were an activity read more »

  • 328.
    Breaking Out of Yuma

    Has anyone ever noticed?
    How abuse chains and prisons their souls?
    Leaves them living in the past!
    And just like the dust, read more »

  • 329.
    Why Is It Wrong To Have It All?

    The future is in the hands of the next generation
    Like it or not
    We carried on as those before
    Look where we got read more »

  • 330.
    FREEDOM OF THE PRESS (letter 3)

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  • 331.
    Too Raw To Take Back

    Facts are facts.
    Too raw to take back.
    Although there are those,
    Who would rather propose, read more »

  • 332.
    Hip hop don't stop

    Hip Hop don’t stop.


    I used to smoke weed, now I don’t even have to, read more »

  • 333.
    Vladimir Putin Is A Global Fact, It Is Obama Who Is A Weakness

    In response to the United States versus European Union deliberations on Ukrainian- Russian stalemate that were concluded on 25th may 2014 at Brussels, in which President Barrack Obama looked at the Putin’s political behaviour in global set up of the postmodern era as a weakness, I beg to take my position within my capacity as global citizen, to go contrary to this stand of Barrack Obama by positing that President Vladimir Putin is a fact of global urgency, but instead it is Obama who suffers from universal class intellectual deficiency often observed as insensitive rhetoric but branded as unmatched eloquence.
    Firstly, let me give the sequential enumerations of facts which validate my position and hence this discourse. Barely the facts are; Ethnicity, Islam, terrorism, Guantanamo prison, Sino-African relations, Arab-springs, politics and human psychology and American political culture as state and an international citizen.
    President Obama has always refused and rejected his ethnic connexion with Africa, he always refer to Africa as the land of ancestors. This is a stand that has most irritated Africans. Both in Africa and in the diaspora. Obama never learned a simple pre-industrial wisdom that every man needs ethnic identity for positive reasons. Because as per now Obama still stands as a Kenyan and as well as an American. This connotes a political fact that he is neither a complete Kenyan nor an absolute American in terms of political emotionalism. The empirical position of all these abode in the fact that there are a thousand and one Americans who feel politically belittled to be led by a first generation African American. Thus, a leadership fact has to be identified in this juncture by inferring that, their voter consciousness as Americans is not fit to be crystallized as emotional resource to be enjoyed by Obama politics. In a sharp contrast Vladimir Putin has acquired substantial political strengths from positive recognition of Russian ethnicity. Putin recognizes Estonia, Crimea, Georgia, Serbia, Moldova and all small and poor lands around Russia in terms of ethnic connection to Russia. He calls these lands as the dear burial grounds in which Russian military heroes were buried. In a comparison, America has a lot of racial connection with Africa, but president Obama has earnestly worn blinkers on this. He only looks at Africa skeptically as a land of injured civilization in which terrorists abode. He has been wrong. African folk wisdom has a lesson that, you may not need your tribe in peace, only to need it in war.
    Why did president Obama masquerade as a Muslim when he was vying for his first term? Moslems feel that he duped them only to turn around and kill their leaders. In Islam it is a heinous sin to pose as a Muslim when you are not one. President Obama mobilized the plotting which had to occasion the killings of Muammar Gadaffi and Osama Bin Laden. These two incidents fuelled high strength in anti-American feelings among the societies of the Arab world. Reasons are that both Gadaffi and Bin Laden deserved fair trial the same way Henry Kissinger was not tried when he perpetrated macabarous mass killing in Vietnamcong war. Muslim community least expected financial and ideological funding of the political hullabaloo known as the Arab Spring, through which heroic Moslem leaders were killed, to come from Obama government. But the contrary was surprisingly a fact. The meaning of this is that, in this tussle of show of mental mighty between Putin and Obama, All African and Arab states are behind Putin, China is behind Putin. Maybe it is Tanzanian and Ghanaian presidents who are in Obama camp, but not the Moslems in Tanzanians and Intellectuals in Ghana. The perceived rationale for this positioning inter alias is that the Number of North African Moslems in Guantanamo prison is the highest of all the detained terrorist suspects. read more »

  • 334.
    don't kill. but forever conquer.

    Don't mercilessly kill silence; neither get killed by its hopelessly
    asphyxiating swirl; but forever conquer its worthlessly decrepit hell;
    with
    the symbiotically enthralling triumph in your voice; instead, read more »

  • 335.
    not a penny more; not a penny less.

    Not an insouciant penny more via sleazily decrepit
    manipulation; and not even a priceless penny less;
    because of the most brutally slandering demons;
    heartlessly maiming every ounce of my inimitable read more »

  • 336.
    Basement Haiku Noir

    a slant of sunlight
    on my basement window sill
    the dead fly read more »

New Racism Poems

  1. Misconceptions, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  2. Pressure Of Racism, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  3. Why the World needs Christmas, Dimitri Jagodinski
  4. We Can't Breathe …, Hebert Logerie
  5. A Job God Has Already Done, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  6. Cherishing Each Other, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  7. Secular, kassem oude
  8. race race, Frederick J.B. Moore II
  9. Polite And Respectful, Edward Kofi Louis
  10. New and Old, kassem oude
  11. To Overcome III, Edward Kofi Louis
  12. A SONNET FOR AFRICA, AMADU KAMARA
  13. Thankful II, Edward Kofi Louis
  14. The Black and white zealots.. Reality in.., Dimitri Jagodinski
  15. Terzanelle for Octavia Estelle Butler, Marieta Maglas
  16. War Within The Heart, jade Slatyer
  17. One Law To Rule Them All?, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  18. Reversed, Nassy Fesharaki
  19. Racism Haiku, Chenou Liu
  20. The World Cup or the Celebration of the .., Hebert Logerie
  21. An old black man and a young gangster....., Dimitri Jagodinski
  22. No racism, amir mohammad islami chalandar
  23. Racism Acquired, Ima Ryma
  24. Calling Names, Randy McClave
  25. Discrimination, Mark Heathcote
  26. Racism is still alive, Sincair Farrell
  27. An African Girl In Russia, alexander opicho
  28. Kh Of Ophir, Rex mayor Ubini
  29. Equals, Nassy Fesharaki
  30. Who Will Heal You From Your Bug Of Racism?, alexander opicho
  31. Mahatma Gandhi, Presil Roshan
  32. The New World, Paolo Borsoni
  33. life without poetry, alexander opicho
  34. American Gandhi, hasmukh amathalal
  35. You Lead Us, hasmukh amathalal
  36. Another Year Is Saying Goodbye, Hebert Logerie
  37. Dirge For Mandela, olumide emmanuel
  38. Home Goes the Troublemaker [For Nelson M.., Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
  39. Peterborough, Moses Samandar
  40. Racism, Nassy Fesharaki
  41. Slavery, Hebert Logerie
  42. Internet Racism, Sylvia Chidi
  43. Roof Icicles Tanka, Chenou Liu
  44. Dear John Letter Tanka, Chenou Liu
  45. The Blackest Black, Edward Dzonze
  46. Don’t Stop, S. Nadia Azam Shah Bukhari
  47. The Tune of Diversity, Gabriel Manalac
  48. Epigram, Justin Reamer
  49. Racism, Dimitri Jagodinski
  50. Foreign Moon Tanka, Chenou Liu
  51. Along Came A Code, Pankhuri Sinha
  52. Be frank, hasmukh amathalal
  53. Heaven Or Hell, Kweku Atta Crayon
  54. Pain in My Eyes, Fareez Nasir
  55. Freedom of Speech, Ranis Thomas III
  56. Human Species, survi sharma
  57. Friends Around the World, elysabeth faslund
  58. Paula Deen...Racism, elysabeth faslund
  59. If we were born blind, julius lenjatin
  60. Racism in the Deep South and the Perils .., Elsinore RathbridgeStewart
  61. Academic Culture, Sithandiwe Soweto Salela
  62. Pain, in A Happy Place, Ryan Butler Sr
  63. A Step Back, Patrice Delevoe
  64. It's a Disease, Christina Byrd
  65. How long, Matt Ancient
  66. Alien Walls, Babatunde Aremu
  67. Self Righteous And Self Centered Sick Cl.., Lawrence S. Pertillar
  68. No To Racism, Enyinwa Okechukwu Enyinwa
  69. Recognizing Rejecting Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  70. Lessons In Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  71. Racism In Any Form, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  72. Beware Reverse Racism Is Still Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  73. Reformers (An epic to Madiba), Matt Ancient
  74. My Perfect World, Jackson McEachin Leibel
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