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  • 1.
    Racial abuse

    When dead night descends on earth,
    It is for sure someone is picked from his berth,
    To travel safely to heavenly abode and reside,
    Seek permanent refuge with all worries to subside,

    Night depict horror, terror in colour black,
    No chance to recover and report back,
    But when it largely looms over the big horizon,
    Big dark forests may feel shame in Amazons,

    Nature’s discrimination is well defined,
    It has message and meaning well refined,
    Never it has narrow aim and not confined,
    Always kind to mankind and not fined,

    If nature resorts to some kid of discrimination,
    The place left is only ground cremation,
    It needs no signal for confirmation,
    Its impact is always yes in affirmation,

    It is difficult to understand term racial,
    Beauty may surface even without facial,
    Survival may be the question crucial,
    But why practice it private or official?

    If you can challenge the power supreme?
    Steps you take very outdated and extreme,
    Only you think that race May extinct,
    If you not resort to attack and inflict,

    Many nations look so liberal and human,
    Advocate the human rights for woman,
    Message of love and peace sent across,
    But at home they draw the sharp swords,

    Who can prove which race is super?
    Claim over all and try to keep hand upper,
    Can this lead to harmony and avoid unrest,
    What course is left then suitable and best?

    My head bows in shame and protest,
    Not succumb to pressure and contest,
    It is not the time for attack and test,
    The hard won battle may have more rest,

    I continue to suffer agony and plight,
    Many flee homes and leave by flight,
    May not be the reason so convincing and right,
    But dark may always rule over beautiful light,

    Racial attacks on students serve no purpose,
    In olden days kings were thrown and depose,
    Does this not shock student community?
    Who are symbol of progress and continuity?

    Whether students, blacks, whites or creed,
    All are essential and immediate need,
    What most they expect is positive feed,
    So when back home can certainly lead. read more »

  • 2.

    Never have I been glad or sad
    That there was such a thing as bad.
    There had to be, I understood,
    For there to have been any good. read more »

  • 3.
    A baneful napalm manufacturer's' observation

    Despite heart of dirt, Mother earth,
    Yours is far more farsighted
    Than my in-drying and bomb blast minded heart
    Of flesh.You have no thirst for blood or any pride read more »

  • 4.

    Thousands of words or applause,
    Complete silence or mere a pause,
    Will do nothing or serve the purpose,
    When people not react and suppose, read more »

  • 5.
    Perfect World

    In my perfect world
    The sky is a perfect blue
    The grass is a soft green
    And together are me and you read more »

    Rookie Amy
  • 6.
    Death, Death And Death

    I see the death everyday
    Death in relations
    Death in religion and faith
    Death of man in man read more »

  • 7.
    Yes, yes, We all can…

    (Dedicated to Our Brother President)

    Yes, yes, We all can stop the violence,
    Stop all non-sense, read more »

  • 8.
    ! If We See

    We can…
    notice nature suffers,
    how pretty flowers wilt
    in heat of midday sun, read more »

  • 9.
    # A Nation wakes up in Joyous disbelief

    As history is made in the American elections
    The world watches with disbelief and fascination.
    Some one asked me, is it good for our nation?
    Rejoice, people are overcoming racial discrimination. read more »

  • 10.
    Freedom is walking

    It is spoken man is born equal and free
    To a degree the world disagrees
    Some foresee what others cannot see
    Freedom is walking away with glee read more »

  • 11.
    ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! A KNOWN BUT STRANGER! ! ! ! ! ! ! !


    happy to know you well from crowd
    song cuddles heart by sweet voices read more »

  • 12.

    Racism a nasty word
    that conjures thoughts
    of oppressive deeds
    made by man because read more »

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  8. Laws Of Forest, ramesh rai
  9. Legacy of Mandela (A Tribute), Aftab Alam
  10. Discrimination, AaI Harvey
  11. Trapped African, Moses Samandar
  12. Racial Discrimination, Thomas Inch
  13. Colour Blindness, Simon Samuda
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  15. When I Assume, gajanan mishra
  16. Weeded Out The Root, gajanan mishra
  17. Lights Up The Supreme Self, gajanan mishra
  18. But remember, gajanan mishra
  19. Desire Is A Necessity, gajanan mishra
  20. To realize the truth, gajanan mishra
  21. Mind And Intellect, chandra thiagarajan
  22. Where Does Freewill Lead, If We Chose No.., Gregory Allen Uhan
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  25. Honesty, Abdul Wahab
  26. Freedom Alas!, Lillian B. Rose
  27. OBAMA__Instrument of PEACE?, Maia Padua
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  30. Love, Bamisaye Adeniran
  31. Loving Hope, Yasmin Ruiz
  32. Where is Socialism?, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
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  35. Awareness, Mark Wazzy
  36. A Summer With Snow, Jenna Marie
  37. Equality, Theresa Ann Moore
  38. A closed Circle, Aminath Neena
  39. Love for everyone, g black Black
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  41. EID, Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari
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  43. ! ! The harvest of the mind, Michael Shepherd
  44. Stop violence and terrorism, gurmeet singh dang
  45. Green And Greener, Tobi Adebowale
  46. The Big Picture, Peter Sugura
  47. dr. ambedkar- sun that never sets, Rahul Gade
  48. death cry be heard, Rahul Gade
  49. Barack Obama, Gurpiar Sidhu
  50. What Have We Become?, Mimie Durand
  51. Snowflakes, Rachael Lee
  52. * slUmdOg's cHase for liFe, Inner Whispers
  53. A black and a white dog, Edi Miszti
  54. The WORLD, Yesheswini Rajendran
  55. WOUNDS, dr. ram sharma
  56. crippled heart, Mara SalvatruchaDemon
  57. One Day of Peace, William Milam
  58. Oloom Means Sciences, kassem oude
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  60. Autumn Meeting, Joyce Hemsley
  61. Garden of Change, T.James Becker
  62. Finally a Hope for Change, Valerie Daley
  63. Dark Fairy, Kyon Shade
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  65. Woman 5, Ershad Mazumder
  66. Black and White Against the World, Rachel Spinelli
  67. Wind Alone, Jack Rogers
  68. an index of racism for your reference, RIC S. BASTASA
  69. Our Nation, Dwayne Bailey
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