Carniz Fatema

Rookie (06/12/1995)

Racism


Racism, Racism, Racism
You give a human sorrow and hate
Racism, Racism, Racism
Look at what you've done and look at their state

Racism, Racism, Racism
You are evil and sharp as a knife
Racism, Racism, Racism
You play with human's life

Racism, Racism, Racism
Why are you so cruel?
Racism, Racism, Racism
You are nothing but a fool!

Racism, Racism, Racism
Why judge by colour?
Racism, Racism, Racism
You are horrendously disgraceful but hate to admit you've got the power

Racism, Racism, Racism
Why are you here?
Racism, Racism, Racism
You're not wanted so go die with fear.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: Racism


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  • Rookie Tommy M. (5/6/2014 11:08:00 PM)

    I love your poem Carniz, I really do! I just wanted to point out an error on your last sentence and please believe me when I say I do not want to be the grammar police but merely trying to help. The last sentence is as follows...Your not wanted so go die with fear. Replace your with you're as in you are! ; -) (Report) Reply

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