Top 100 Poems About: DISCRIMINATION

In this page, poems on / about “discrimination” are listed.
  • 1.
    All Across The Nation

    All Across The Nation,
    Is Hunger And Starvation.

    All Across The Nation, read more »

    James Lee Watts
  • 2.
    My Dream Destination

    When we sleep in the night,
    we get wonderful dreams.
    Hundreds of miles away,
    ther's a place of happines and gay, read more »

    ziesha paul
  • 3.
    Racial Discrimination

    Have you ever dreamed?
    Of the liberation of a nation
    Where they carried on standing,
    Not deserving, fighting for what's right. read more »

    Thomas Inch
  • 4.
    Black and White Against the World

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    Rachel Spinelli
  • 5.
    So you say (it just doesn't matter)

    so you say
    that there is no difference between you and me
    but if i asked for your daughter's hand in marriage
    what color would i be read more »

    Andre Bradford
  • 6.
    To That Black Man

    We love you even though sometimes
    you don’t deserve it.
    We are your friends, your sisters, your girlfriends,
    your wives. read more »

    Lorna Gero
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    Bamisaye Adeniran
  • 8.
    The Angel Tree

    A leaf broke away, spinning to the earth
    droplets of dew formed from unheralded sadness

    As the leaf spiraled downward, a beautiful angel read more »

    Sandra Hawkins
  • 9.
    Unity (Haiku)

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    Diwakar Pokhriyal
  • 10.
    Racism is still alive

    Racism is still alive
    They just be concealing it
    Inequality is still prevalent
    Systematic efforts read more »

    Sincair Farrell
  • 11.
    True Love

    True love can thrive anywhere
    True love knows no hindrances
    True love crosses every bridge
    True love climbs all mountains read more »

    Attorney Chuchuchu Nchunga Nchunga
  • 12.
    O God, let there be peace

    O God, let there be peace
    Let differences among people cease
    Let there be happiness everywhere
    Let there be suffering nowhere read more »

    Manisha Tulaskar
  • 13.
    Colours From A Rainbow

    A cloudy day filled with dark skies,
    Only God knows what this could bring.
    Here we are down here from different part of the world
    Different moods, different life styles with one common problem. Greed! read more »

    Adeoye Olaneye
  • 14.
    A Dreamer’s Dream

    My dream is to become a dreamer,
    a dreamer who all his wishes will come true one day,
    a happy dreamer who wishes the happiest and best things to all dreamers’ dreams,
    a dreamer who wishes to change this dangerous world to a better world, read more »

    Djeison Barros
  • 15.
    black and white diamonds

    Hatred for a race
    is never so grace
    it hurts more than a graze
    or mace in the face read more »

    Gabriel Williams
  • 16.

    All around the world we still are confronted
    with a sort of discrimination
    we are almost wonted
    with this human humiliation. read more »

    Alexandra Motschmann
  • 17.
    Colour Blindness

    Race ought not play a role,
    In the assessment of an individual.

    This commendable thought on racial conduct, read more »

    Simon Samuda
  • 18.
    The Islamic Religion

    You heard about the Islamic religion
    Now I’m going to bring you to the Islamic institution
    For an introduction
    And initiation read more »

    Anonymous User
  • 19.
    A Brief Moment Out of Time

    A year ends under a monstrous wave.
    Eleven countries bury their dead, and
    Cry for the hopelessness of what is.
    Water recedes, spitting out what once was read more »

    kathy koppang
  • 20.
    Tied Up In Knots

    Tied up in knots,
    Unable to unravel,
    Starting to slip through,
    Tied up in knots, read more »

    Gaia Moore
  • 21.

    Peace every one is looking in a mirror to see
    But it is hidden way down within thee
    It is call simplicity and trust
    It cannot be achieved without diginity and trust read more »

    Karran Deokarran
  • 22.
    I Cry

    How long,
    I ask,
    must I see the injustice and violence thrusted upon a people that's struggled since coming into this world?
    How long must I hear of discrimination? read more »

    sarah hill
  • 23.
    What I have been and I will be

    In life I've been a believer
    Problems made me stronger
    I will never be a quitter
    Because I am a fighter read more »

    Cm' Montepio
  • 24.

    They touch and no one cares,
    They melt and no one cries
    They beg and beg in misery,
    Praying for their lives. read more »

    Rachael Lee
  • 25.
    Loving Hope

    I hope for a world
    without discrimination
    with love and peace
    and with the happiness read more »

    Yasmin Ruiz
  • 26.
    Stop violence and terrorism

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    gurmeet singh dang
  • 27.
    The Big Picture

    In the picture of life, where do I stand?
    Over by the workers,
    scrapping daily,
    just to make it though each day. read more »

    Peter Sugura
  • 28.
    Dark Fairy

    Abomination, disruption to
    Ethical code, spawns discrimination.
    Dreams wither and die.
    She is the hatred child. read more »

    Kyon Shade
  • 29.
    On The Other Side.

    They say grass is greener
    on the other side,
    but when the immigrant,
    sun burned and wet read more »

    Noel Sevilla
  • 30.
    What I've Been Through..

    If you knew what i've been through
    you wont act the way you do
    but you dont have a clue
    you never will, at least until. read more »

    Dustin MacDougall
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