Jayaram L G


Is This Our Fault? ? - Poem by Jayaram L G

Why, Is this our Fault?
To get beaten as the faults
The earth is sphere
How did they found these corners? ?

Though the face is White
The hair is black
Shouldn't we remove it
Why dont we? ?
Ho that ruins our beauty? ?
Then why ruining the nature's beauty? ?

Even every species has a IUCN Status
Why did we tribal people got ruled out?
Slavery is the thing
From which we got Independence
Bravery is what they think and do
Treating us as recessive

Before they fought in arrogance
Now they are fighting for dominance
Is that Love can happen only between two hearts
Then let it be between Blacks and Whites

We dont demand you for Food
We are demanding to let us have Food
Though we have the same red blood
Dont ours' let go as the flood

Fasicm (Face color) is the one
They talk about
Humanism is the one
I think about! !
Ofcourse
Yes
Racism is the one I
Script about

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Jayaram LG
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Comments about Is This Our Fault? ? by Jayaram L G

  • (6/13/2013 5:54:00 AM)


    Good intent behind this art. Some very important and vital facts conveyed This work does need a slight more effort to bring out the rage I believe not in racism but the prime essence of those who address themselves superior and other inferior The start of the earth prior to God's forming it Satan and his followers claims of being above (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 13, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 13, 2013


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