Top 100 Poems About: PREJUDICE

In this page, poems on / about “prejudice” are listed.
  • 1.
    ! Prejudice

    The fire that grasps and coffin confines
    the last breath at the final countdown
    of life vanquish not on one deceptive,
    feign hedge where the vociferous read more »

    Rema Prasanaa
  • 2.

    IN yonder red-brick mansion, tight and square,
    Just at the town's commencement, lives the mayor.
    Some yards of shining gravel, fenced with box, read more »

    Jane Taylor
  • 3.
    Conquest Of Prejudice

    Unto a Yorkshire school was sent
    A negro youth to learn to write,
    And the first day young Juba went
    All gazed on him as a rare sight. read more »

    Charles Lamb
  • 4.
    (anti Prejudice Poem) 99 Virgins Still Bleed

    Such sorrow.
    Felt through the worlds tomorrow.
    A mass explosion.
    Suicide on the mind. read more »

    Ace Of Black Hearts
  • 5.
    (anti Prejudice Poem) Clout Of Fame

    When ideals are favored.
    The truth shall be abandon for things better savored.
    As it sometimes brings nothing but disgust.
    A bitter taste you can't get out no matter how hard you try. read more »

    Ace Of Black Hearts
  • 6.
    Prejudice And Stereotypes

    All Asians know karate, and eat raw fish,
    Chitlins and collard greens are Blacks favorite dish,
    The Irish are nothing but wife beaters and drunks,
    And don't turn your back on those Spic thieving punks, read more »

    Robert Mestre
  • 7.
    (anti Prejudice Poem) An Opportunity To Become Rich

    Someone needs to be rich and someone needs to be poor.
    An equal existence would mean it could never be improved upon.
    What ever you had, you would have.
    Nothing more. read more »

    Ace Of Black Hearts
  • 8.
    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
  • 9.
    Pride And Prejudice

    Elizabeth, I fell in love with you,
    Without seeing you in person.
    Without being born in your days,
    With a figure that I carved of you, read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 10.
    The Great Sin Of Prejudice Against Color

    who made your skin white?
    Was it not God?
    Who made mine black? read more »

    Sojourner Truth
  • 11.

    How strangely blind is prejudice, the Negro's greatest foe!
    It never fails to see the wrong but naught of good can know. read more »

    Lizelia Augusta Jenkins Moorer
  • 12.

    Prejudice and self pride
    Against the truth and justice
    Makes some kind of problems
    In character of an individual. read more »

    Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
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