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The Color Of Racism

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I see the sad color of racism not every other day
But every minutes of the day
I see the serious mental and physical damages
That this cancer has done throughout the ages
And is still doing to our beloved human beings
Others treat our people like they are leftover beans
On a pet's plate. Our people deserve respect
Fairness, justice, acknowledgement
Compassion and better treatment
Our sisters are tired of being left out on the deck
Our siblings are often harassed senselessly, persecuted
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Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: racism
COMMENTS
Night 17 September 2019
thank you for the poem
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Martha 06 June 2018
Wow?????? well put
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Douglas Scotney 31 October 2017
I'm open to being disillusioned, but I think there aren't so many extremes these days
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Alicia Astogues 29 November 2016
When did you write this poem?
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Hebert Logerie Sr. 31 May 2016
Please go to You Tube and type: The Color of Racism. Thanks.
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Kelly Kurt 23 March 2015
A haunting poem. Thank you for sharing. I pray that my children's generation will see an end to racism. Peace
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Lyn Paul 24 February 2015
How sad it is that racism exist. I have no understanding as to why the colour of our skin can differentiate the kind of person we are.
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Chinedu Dike 24 February 2015
Indeed, racism rears its ugly head every minute of the day. What a man inhumanity to man! A lovely poem, well articulated and penned with insight. Nice piece of poetry depicting the evils of racism with clarion call for Universal Brotherhood of man. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem THE PHOENIX STRANGLER.
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