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Top 100 Poems About: PREJUDICE


In this page, poems on / about “prejudice” are listed.
  • 1.
    Song of the Soul

    I sing a love song
    to the world
    to the world that suffers
    prejudice, hate and war. read more »

    David Moe
  • 2.
    i dont understand

    I dont understand
    why people try to be me
    why people cant trust me
    why people argue over nothing read more »

    marcus versher
  • 3.
    It's A Disease

    Prejudice is a disease.
    Unlike deadly viruses;
    West Nile and S.A.R.S
    Prejudice does not harm you. read more »

    Niru Raj
  • 4.
    Dance of Life

    It began with a dance
    Unbounded in freedom
    Far away from self immersion
    With elements of mystery read more »

    Nirmal Kumar Mishra
  • 5.
    Shadow of Prejudice

    Don't you wish the shadow of prejudice would lift off the earth
    And evaporate into infinity, out in unbounded space
    Where it was hurled
    Taking with it the power to influence all human kind. read more »

    Maurine Fergueson
  • 6.
    Prejudice

    I am tired of all the prejudice in the world
    In the class room, at work, in the mall, on the road
    Teachers, moms, dads, kids, young, old, white, black
    It feels like getting shot in the back read more »

    Daniel Brown
  • 7.
    Pride And Prejudice

    Pride and prejudice two simple words
    Yet assembling colossal records
    There he was filled with arrogance
    Handsome, rich, living in bitterness read more »

    Sarah Mawed
  • 8.
    Rainbow

    I saw a rainbow over the mountain
    I felt the sorrow of the human race
    Caught within the prejudice of hate
    Searching for the love of all humankind read more »

    Valerie Daley
  • 9.
    We are one

    Different times and terrains,
    Different issues and concerns,
    Different language, different dress
    Different features, different thoughts read more »

    hiraa kazmi
  • 10.
    Dear United States of America, So you think we're fighting prejudice?

    Dear United States of America,

    So you think we're fighting prejudice? read more »

    Rossella Rossella
  • 11.
    Death

    Oh! How rude you mock
    At the option less individual
    How accursed is your domain,
    Why don’t you change nature? read more »

    Tanni Bose
  • 12.
    This Will Be The Day

    This will be the day, that we will be free.
    There will be no prejudice and injustice. read more »

    Dulcevictoria Ramirez
  • 13.
    Three Worlds

    I see a world
    Where love exists
    The source
    Of everything read more »

    Paizli Palmrose
  • 14.
    Human

    ...........................Black

    .................Spirited, Tenacious read more »

    Shay B. Malden
  • 15.
    selfish people

    rich are those who have a golden heart
    poor are those who have a golden hut

    not all men dare to love not all read more »

    mohd murtuza soofi
  • 16.
    Broken Wings

    It is amidst pretense we live in;
    with a mask of words. read more »

    Rahimin Misnam
  • 17.
    Rap-sody in Blue

    All these rappers be laconically commensurate
    Prosaic, characterized primarily by barbarity
    Permeating vulgarity, it ceaselessly proliferates
    Rhyming inconsequentially with no deference to sincerity read more »

    Bill Marcy
  • 18.
    Eternal Man

    Integrate and prosper
    Races will soon be extinct
    Long live the eternal man
    Released from the claw of prejudice read more »

    Stephen Lewis
  • 19.
    Doubt

    Too much faith makes for too big a rush,
    But doubt ruins all with a skeptical flush,
    The more one waits, the more one hears,
    Of anger, frustration and 5 more years, read more »

    Leland D'Elormie
  • 20.
    Not For Their Strength Are Lilies Grown

    “Not for their strength are lilies grown,
    Nor for their weight are zephyrs known,
    Or for their boldness, butterflies,
    Or for their coldness, children's eyes. read more »

    McKenzie Bodkin
  • 21.
    Fabric of the Heart

    Threads entwined to hold in place
    Beautiful material of the human race
    Blinders faded into the furious wind
    Gone are the days of way back then. read more »

    Lisa Marie Mottert
  • 22.
    Life So Far

    For the last 19 years
    I've been told this and that about life
    For some of the last 19 years
    I've experienced the feeling of a rusty knife read more »

    Casper Skriver
  • 23.
    Oppression

    I have searched for love,
    Only to find hatred.
    I searched for acceptance,
    Only to find prejudice. read more »

    Talmadge Beavan
  • 24.
    Prejudice

    It is like a disease in many ways
    It hurts whoever is inflicted with it
    And hurts whoever is around them
    It is spread from person to person read more »

    Michael Duncan
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