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Racism Is Around Me Everywhere - Poem by Francis Duggan

Of human ignorance I am almost in despair
For racism is around me everywhere
But like they say sheer ignorance is bliss
Just like Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss.

Some people carry their honour in a flag
And of their Nationality they brag
They feel superior and they differentiate
And against those who are different they discriminate.

So many people still judged by their race
For such there never ought to be a place
'A fair go' those untruthful words I do recall
There is no such a thing as a 'fair go for all'.

Though we live in a so called democracy
Of racism we never will be free
They judge you by where you come from and the colour of your skin
For many equality and respect seems impossible to win.

It's been awhile since the days of Martin Luther King
His name to it has a familiar ring
If against racism he did not choose to strive
Today the great man he would be alive.

So many holding the reins of power not spiritually aware
And racism is around me everywhere
And racism only leads to division and war
Just goes to show how ignorant some are.

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Racism Poems

  1. End Racism

    We all must bring our Racism to end. A message to all, I long to send. The colors of the world, All join as one. For the Lord is our shepherd, And we as his son. Christ made all man in the Likes of him. So please let us all, "End Racism".

  2. Taught Racism

    Children are born blind to hate and bigotry With their big smiles and loving ways They are taught ugliness By unthinking adults and overheard conversation This makes them use words and terms that for generations Have caused hate and bitterness To our fellow man. Yes, they are taught, not born To this social cancer. I once asked a black friend how he would like To be addressed? Black, afro-american or just coloured. No he said - just call me friend.

  3. Racism Today

    The racist cloaks his loathing thoughts behind deceiving eyes Those men who once wore hoods and robes Today wear shirts and ties Their methods changed but yet and still, Their mission is the same Today they lynch with politics, the racist's favorite game Divide and conquer is their plan to keep minorities From seeing that the forest lies just shortly past the trees Racism lurks within the press, courthouses, banks and schools Black folks convinced that all is well have certainly been fooled A racist underground exists, a chilling fact indeed They seek to kill, steal and destroy, We can't let them succeed

  4. Racism

    Stalking the corridors of life, Black, frustrated minds Scream for release From Christian racist moulds. Moulds that enslave Black independence. Take care! White racists! Black can be racists too. A violent struggle could erupt And racists meet their death. Colour, the gift of nature To mankind, Is now the contentions bone, And black-white hatred sustains itself on the rotting, putrid flesh That once was man.

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