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  • 13.
    If It Walks, Acts, Cracks, Like Duck…..

    Marion Barry wants to have an apology,
    For the term he was garnered by a videotape by feds,
    Barry had also spent time in jail for the reason he lit up,
    A music critic, Tim Page,
    For The Washington Post,
    saw his office e-mail release,
    But then spoke the truth about Barry,
    This was enough for this Pulitzer Prize winning sage.
    Apparently everyone in the Belt Way has to know about Barry’s success,
    Even though the point of political duress,

    For you say a political smoking crack and hanging around hookers,
    If you are white, (Euro-American) -so what’s the big deal?
    If black, (Afro-American) you are prejudiced beyond prejudice standards.
    In essence Marion hasn’t learned, about why,
    This claim to fame has not eluded him,
    Because Marion when are a politician,
    - you are always in the public eye.
    Marion has called for an official apology from the newspaper
    And for the firing of Page,
    Marion did not consider a liable suit because he has not,
    Marion will be voted a congressman again and again,
    But in the politically correct world for a split second Tim Page forgot.

    (11-14-2007) read more »

  • 14.
    "Common Sense"

    Normalcy is for you to judge, what is normal for one,
    Is abnormal for another, as there are no measurement guides,
    To the balance of judgment that, is to be your guide in,
    The philosophy of your lifetime, to use your "Common Sense"; read more »

  • 15.
    Are we really free?

    Freedom, a state of mind,
    Freedom, an illusion,
    Freedom, a nonsense of lunatic
    Until it is spiritual. read more »

  • 16.
    Keep space

    Keep space
    For any race
    To settle and live
    Revive and survive read more »

  • 17.
    Song of the Soul

    I sing a love song
    to the world
    to the world that suffers
    prejudice, hate and war. read more »

  • 18.
    Bolt

    I count to ten
    'till the next very second
    when my mind and heart
    collides with life's ideals. read more »

  • 19.
    Fragmentary Ending Of A Poem I

    To the kind powr who taught me how to sing
    Thus with the first of all wch he bestowd
    Did ancient piety approach the God. read more »

  • 20.
    Remonstrance

    Oh! why those narrow rules extol?
    These but restrain from ill,
    True virtue lies in strength of soul
    And energy of will. read more »

  • 21.
    The Little Moles

    When grasping tyranny offends,
    Or angry bigots frown;
    When rulers plot, for sefish ends,
    To keep the nations down;
    When statesmen form unholy league read more »

  • 22.
    Prejudice

    How strangely blind is prejudice, the Negro's greatest foe!
    It never fails to see the wrong but naught of good can know. read more »

  • 23.
    i dont understand

    I dont understand
    why people try to be me
    why people cant trust me
    why people argue over nothing read more »

  • 24.
    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 »

New Prejudice Poems

  1. A poet-kinesthetic person, Laxman Rao
  2. A Naked Beginning, Kyle Schlicher
  3. On Earth Humans, Sari Mavi
  4. PREJUDICE NOT JUSTIFIED, Doctor Shantung
  5. Narrow Mind, maria sudibyo
  6. Prejudice., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  7. Make Your Own Path (Secret Message), Ronald Chapman
  8. When You Know A Fellow, Edgar Albert Guest
  9. Man’s suspicion, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  10. Discrimination, Mark Heathcote
  11. Are You A Scholar?, SALINI NAIR
  12. Drona (A Poem For Eklavya), Bijay Kant Dubey
  13. Power and P, Jab Nacramila
  14. This Will Be The Day, Dulcevictoria Ramirez
  15. Afghan Killers, Moses Samandar
  16. Am Tired, alexander opicho
  17. Broken Wings, Rahimin Misnam
  18. Politically Correct, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  19. Death defeated, ritwika raha
  20. Beware Reverse Racism Is Still Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  21. Fact, Malaya Roses
  22. Pride And Prejudice, Sarah Mawed
  23. Malala Yousafzai, rajendran muthiah
  24. No Reason To Speak!, Eric Cockrell
  25. Prejudice, Singleton M. Tate
  26. Book by its cover, Leaking Pen
  27. Pains Of Predjudice, C. Albert Andrews
  28. Our Own Ignorance Prejudices, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  29. Prejudice and Racism, Zachary Zuccaro
  30. prejudice, paranoia and narcissism, gershon hepner
  31. A Human Disposition:, Jonathan Maldonado
  32. Prejudice, Robert Edgar Burns
  33. Seeds, Danny Draper
  34. The age of days, Ken Moore
  35. Faith, Thomas Fontenot
  36. True love, Zhijian Jiang
  37. the different types, Rose Rose
  38. Prejudice!, Eric Cockrell
  39. How Do We Deal With Prejudice?, Eric Cockrell
  40. Defensive Mechanisms, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  41. Alone, Eric Cockrell
  42. What Color Are You, tam law
  43. Prejudice, maria sudibyo
  44. Prejudice, Philip St. Cyr
  45. Verdict, Edward Kofi Louis
  46. The Great Sin Of Prejudice Against Color, Sojourner Truth
  47. The Oppressionist, Alex Fischer
  48. Normal or Prejudice?, James Callos Jordan
  49. PREJUDICES, Karnail Singh Heirwale
  50. Love and War, Louie Levy
  51. Prejudice, Daniel Brown
  52. Prejudice, Lizelia Augusta Jenkins Moorer
  53. COME AWAY CLEAN, Aldo Kraas
  54. Crow's shadow, Shamik K. Bose
  55. Prejudice, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  56. Non-existent, Udaya Pant
  57. An introduction to post-conceptual poeti.., Nyein Way
  58. PEOPLE IN GENERAL, Shirley Hanley
  59. Oppression, Talmadge Beavan
  60. Three Worlds, Paizli Palmrose
  61. Critique and Prejudice, Louie Levy
  62. Homophobe, Ramona Thompson
  63. Exalt, Tyler Mccracken
  64. If It Walks, Acts, Cracks, Like Duck….., Joe Rosochacki
  65. Human, Shay B. Malden
  66. One A, Mary Naylor
  67. after watching 'Snow Falling on Cedars', RIC S. BASTASA
  68. Good Destruction 2, Harlan Simantel
  69. Pride And Prejudice, Ashram Ashram
  70. barriers, Raj Arumugam
  71. A Fair Go Of Anyone We Should Not Deny, Francis Duggan
  72. Prejudice, Michael Duncan
  73. Mr. Darcy, gershon hepner
  74. Discrimination Here's You Come and Go, Jixin Gao
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