Poems About: PREJUDICE
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361.it is easy to buy death here
It’s very easy to buy death here
And in more ways than one
No prejudice to your origin
Or your virtue, for that matter read more »imti Longchar
Prejudice seated deeply
in dark recesses.
Placed far back in forgotten
memories. read more »Roger A. Rose
363.Dear United States of America, So you think we're fighting prejudice?
Dear United States of America,
So you think we're fighting prejudice? read more »Rossella Rossella
364.Weapons of Mass Destruction
The Holy Roman Empire and Alexander The Great
Exterminate the globe, with extreme prejudice,
A Weapon of Mass Destruction read more »Josephine DixonBanks
365.Just A Silly Senseless Plot
Some people talk of Hollywood
Being dominated by the Jews
They see prejudice and bias
In movies and the news read more »David Keig
Some of them walk the world unrecognised,
Barely known beneath the skin,
Dwelling far beyond the ken of myopic minds
And the pernicious prejudices read more »Tony Jolley
Integrate and prosper
Races will soon be extinct
Long live the eternal man
Released from the claw of prejudice read more »Stephen Lewis
"what?" they say, "you got a
it's like I have sold out to read more »Charles Bukowski
369.Oh How To Find Silence In the World
Being spotted in the color of skin,
why I take care in San Francisco,
waiting for the bus to Iowa.
They say racial prejudice is strong, read more »Cirilo Bautista
370.She, Ebony[Dedicated To Mrs Michelle Obama, First Lady]
She grew up as a tender plant,
She, Baby faced darling, then. read more »ENOCH JOHN
371.What if I am a Jew?
What if I am a Jew?
Would you still care to love me?
Can I still be your friend? read more »Obed dela Cruz
372.The Crum Appointment
You, no doubt, have heard the story told of Charleston by the sea,
How they persecute a Negro when a man he tries to be, read more »Lizelia Augusta Jenkins Moorer