Paul Buttigieg Poems
- Black Prejudice Blacks can never love whites Whites poisoned...
- Sad Men Black Men Dead Men He told me about the war Amongst...
- Arnold My Frog You did not get to meet Arnold, My ...
- A Walk In The Forest Jump stones Dodge bending fronds ...
- White Attack What did you think we were capable of? ...
- Osama Seventy two virgins waiting For a dead man Tragic
- Black Moon The moon was shining On my aboriginal friend I ...
Paul Buttigieg is the son of a Maltese migrant who was sent to Australia as a young child to escape the ravages of the 2nd World war in Europe. He grew up in Adelaide and was educated at schools in the Gilles Plains and Windsor Gardens district.
Due to family difficulties he was placed in a boy’s home and removed from his parents and family growing up with other less fortunate children, many... more »
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Blacks can never love whites
Whites poisoned our hearts
Black childrens dreams shattered
By white greed
Bent minds and stolen children
Sexual abuse and slavery back then
We struggle with reality
Who are we?
We have no idea where we will call home next
Our pride is diminished by your white hatred
Where is our community of living?
Where is our death place?
Our Elders are beside themselves
And can only sell land for mining
Last power left for a warrior
Sell the ...