Poems About: PREJUDICE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
109.Animals have no prejudice
A horse does not find itself
Superior to a donkey.
A race horse finds not itself
Superior to a farm horse. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
110.Suspended In Animation
Suspended in Animation
To be lifeless and still
Watch the world passing by read more »Alan McDowall
111.The Man Without a Name
Deep within the chasm,
Lives the man without a name -
He’s come to represent
The secrets hidden in - read more »Kelly Vinal
112.A DAISY CHAIN
in a land where simtex
was once a part of
a child makes a daisy read more »Liam ó Comáin
Pushing forward to attain the levels high
Breaking the age old patterns
Overcoming the ignorance n prejudice
A world inhibited by beings of understanding hearts read more »Ejaz Khan
114.The Hanging Tree....
i took an axe
and cut down the hanging tree...
every blow a blow for
human decency, equality, and freedom. read more »Eric Cockrell
unveil the curtain of peace
let it shine out to wipe out the world ills
purify the earth like our beloved prophet did
sending its scent to all the races, gender and creed read more »Sirajali Kalima
116.Bloody Eyes (Sonnet)
Deep in the darkness horrors lurk
Horrors of a homophobic racist jerk
Horrors of a life destroyed by family
Horrors of person who wanders idly read more »Lenore Lee
I dreamed of the snowmaiden,
white and soft,
of endless warmth read more »Len Webster
118.pruning, cutting, trimming
today i shall trim
some wants, i will leave some needs,
i shall cut protruding branches
of bias and prejudice read more »RIC S. BASTASA
Have you thought about the world?
How the world will look like?
When there are no wars and no fights
When there will be no pain and no sorrows read more »sherif monem
120.Quatrain #180 - It's Sometimes Known That -new-
It's sometimes known that the hand is quicker than the eye
and that also very often people believe the truth to be a lie.
When the proof for a certain thing is at hand which people only reject
they admit their ignorance and prejudice blinding them to that effect. read more »George Krokos