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In this page, poems on / about “discrimination” are listed.

  • 25.
    Mind And Intellect

    Feelings and Emotions- -
    Their instrument
    Is the Mind. read more »

    chandra thiagarajan
  • 26.
    Racist: I Have Saw Discrimination

    Don't be a hater, a racist, evil
    because I SAW discrimination
    One day not so long ago a white man walked into a cafe'
    and rudely asked a BLACK man to leave the seat read more »

    Golden Heart
  • 27.
    Colour Blindness

    Race ought not play a role,
    In the assessment of an individual.

    This commendable thought on racial conduct, read more »

    Simon Samuda
  • 28.
    an index of racism for your reference

    Sexism • Ageism
    Religious intolerance • Xenophobia

    Ableism • Adultism • Biphobia • Classism read more »

  • 29.
    A Satease Poem

    These Sirene's, These things, These fene's!
    keep Appearing when, I see them! then! they!
    turn into hymns of horrible scenes! right away!
    As I describe below, for ever more, I do emplore! read more »

    Henry Tolliver
  • 30.

    We, the human beings are blessed with pride
    And power.
    We have everything as the nature
    Helps us giving delicious fruits and flower. read more »

  • 31.
    Our Nation

    Does it really matter what your religion is;
    Or the color of your skin?
    What church you attend on sunday,
    or the neighborhood you live in? read more »

    Dwayne Bailey
  • 32.
    death cry be heard

    let the death cry be heard,
    of those dalit murdered,
    and seek emancipation,
    against the discrimination, read more »

    Rahul Gade
  • 33.
    Make me feel dumb

    Neither will she make me feel dumb
    Nor will she show me exit or thumb
    It is true that it is male dominated
    But fact can not be circumvented read more »

    hasmukh amathalal
  • 34.
    Where Does Freewill Lead, If We Chose Not To Follow Love

    Love is not a law
    We follow because we are told

    Love is a vow made of freewill read more »

    Gregory Allen Uhan
  • 35.
    Freedom Alas!

    To Fredrick Douglass a new name was formed
    as a sign of freedom from the captivity
    he seldom forgets to quake when
    oppressor draws near in fits of rage read more »

    Lillian B. Rose
  • 36.
    Trapped African

    God calls
    No-one heeds the call
    Live in the depths
    The African is trapped in motherland read more »

    Mohammad Nashir
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