Poems About: RACISM
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Of my eyes two stream
I had read read more »Nassy Fesharaki
Face veil to Racism
Every hyperbolic. read more »Syed Ali Sagar
75.Pinky, Pinky, what race?
Pinky, Pinky what colour….
We used to play as a child.
As a teen we learnt abt different colours
As an adult we came to know about race read more »Tara Chettur
76.State of Emergency
Some weeks before the September 11th attack
America came back from a International Conference on Racism
in Durban S. Africa. read more »Robin Benton
Ned Kelly perhaps the best known Australian though in old Melbourne jail he died dangling from a rope
A victim of years of police harassment he was one born on life's precarious slope
For years the Kelly family were victims of racism by the racist authorities they never really did get a fair go
But what happened to the Kellys is still happening racism has not died as we well know. read more »Francis Duggan
78.On Reading Of Racism In Ireland
I always feel disappointed when of racism I read
And when I read of it in Ireland I feel very sad indeed
For racism in society should never have a place
And people should never be judged on their colour or their race. read more »Francis Duggan
79.zionism lies..freedom flottila
all what they taught you is beyond mind's ability to understand,
astonished we stand while watching the humanity turning to blind, read more »TaMaRa HaNaRiNg ,(((( PaLeSTiNe))))FreedOm Flottila .
80.(((((((((( A massacre is not a massacre..))))))))
.Written on June 3,2010 at 8: 03 pm by Sol Stance
A massacre is not a massacre..
By Ghassan Hage/ professor of anthropology and social theory at the University of Melbourne. read more »TaMaRa HaNaRiNg ,(((( PaLeSTiNe))))FreedOm Flottila .
West of the Mississippi
Once the stronghold of the Sioux
A stranger swaggers by
His spirit glowing through and through read more »Mustafa Marconi
82.Home Goes the Troublemaker [For Nelson Mandela| -new-
Home goes the Troublemaker*
A nationalist of valour and vim
Virulent stumbling stone for racism
Africa, let tears fall for Him! read more »Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
Hating you is what I never saw,
Hating was more like villain,
Hate was like disgrace, read more »maxpoet beauty
84.Garden of Change
Difference’s read more »T.James Becker