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Poems About: DISCRIMINATION

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  • 229.
    What I've Been Through..

    If you knew what i've been through
    you wont act the way you do
    but you dont have a clue
    you never will, at least until. read more »

    Dustin MacDougall
  • 230.
    We Cannot Have Trust And Justice

    We cannot have trust and justice if we deny the truth
    If in the face of prejudice we do remain as mute
    Where one race feels superior to another there never can be trust
    Let us drink to equality and what is right and just read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 231.
    Self-Portrait

    I don't believe in God,
    I look upon nature with wondering eyes.
    However much I move forward grasping the hand of progress
    society's hindrances take hold of my sleeve read more »

    Taslima Nasrin
  • 232.
    Darkness Of...

    Darkness is not the darkness of night
    it is the darkness of mind and soul.
    darkness is not the darkness of night,
    it is the darkness of discrimination between poor and rich. read more »

    Suniya Garg
  • 233.
    Selective Discrimination

    It's not noticed until focused upon.
    And only then it is said nothing is perfect.
    Those on tour buses view landscaped vistas.
    Boxed lunches are issued. read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 234.
    Barriers and barricades!

    Is it possible?
    We all have forgotten our all identity,
    The only identity stands is the human,
    There is no land, no border, read more »

    kafil uddin raihan.
  • 235.
    Mahatma Gandhi

    The man who showed us the road to emancipation,
    Popularly known as the father of the nation,
    An advocate of universal brotherhood and equality,
    Yes, I’m talking about Mahatma Gandhi. read more »

    Supriya Prathapan
  • 236.
    A desire to excel

    Imagine there was no country
    No borders to protect
    No temptation to destroy 'others'
    World as a single country read more »

    Deependra Kumar Jha
  • 237.
    Never Forget

    Never forget the pain..that pushed you to the limits
    Without rememberance there is reaccurence
    So don't look at your past as a liability...but only as a capability
    To succeed upon your failures read more »

    Tattoo Magic
  • 238.
    Helter Skelter

    In a life we find
    sequences of space n time
    One moment is never like the next
    Destined to exist in Memories' read more »

    Marxist illuminatti
  • 239.
    Still We Rise

    The White House Is Still White, Hmm! , really, must be a figment or someones migration working on their concentration, collaboration of devastation trying to be an infiltrator of motivation.
    Why has racial discrimination become so tenement in the white house?
    A man and the people behind him made a dream reality, Martin Luther King Jr said it better one day and that day, when President Obama moved into the white house.
    The white house is still white so why fight people there are enough wars going on around the world, let President Obama do his job, he cannot appease all he has to regulate one thing at a time. read more »

    James Brown
  • 240.
    One of These Days...

    I HAVE a dream
    someday, the good like us
    must triumph... read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
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