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Poems About: PREJUDICE

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

  • 37.
    We Do Not Need Racists

    There are good and bad people in every race and creed
    And racism is a thing the human race does not need
    Prejudice and mistrust to war only lead
    And red is the colour of the blood we all bleed. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 38.
    There Comes A Time

    There comes a time to take a look
    At moments that were painful then
    Raw times of wrongs and prejudice
    When helpless victims cried in vain. read more »

    Liilia Talts Morrison
  • 39.
    Prejudice

    It is like a disease in many ways
    It hurts whoever is inflicted with it
    And hurts whoever is around them
    It is spread from person to person read more »

    Michael Duncan
  • 40.
    Prejudice Haiku

    At an early age
    hatred is taught to children
    by bad parenting. read more »

    LORETTA BACON
  • 41.
    The Holy Whore of Babylon

    The Holy Whore of Babylon cries.
    Her plea, invection cast as lies.
    Prejudice awaits her toil,
    Propaganda spates her foil, read more »

    Alice Anne Gordon
  • 42.
    Alone

    it is embarrassing to me
    to be a citizen of this country,
    or any country, where
    acts of prejudice and read more »

    Eric Cockrell
  • 43.
    Shadow of Prejudice

    Don't you wish the shadow of prejudice would lift off the earth
    And evaporate into infinity, out in unbounded space
    Where it was hurled
    Taking with it the power to influence all human kind. read more »

    Maurine Fergueson
  • 44.
    Companion-companion

    Companion in need is companion indeed,
    But what the use of having companion if the heart still like sword;
    When the malicious and vice deed,
    Veil in the charm and beauteous words. read more »

    Instalasi Sastra
  • 45.
    Are You A Scholar?

    What’s the base of education?
    I have full mark
    Is he a scholar?
    He recites, all recites he is brave read more »

    SALINI NAIR
  • 46.
    Death defeated

    The ‘valor' was rich as the bygone years,
    That slept with him in his silent graves
    The sulking verses below the reposing Earth
    Unvoiced death in soundless rave read more »

    ritwika raha
  • 47.
    Politically Correct

    Faulty thinking resurrecting a notion of healthy
    prejudice in our lives.

    So deep and hurtful it stands as a stepping stone read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 48.
    Let Heart lead Head

    Ambitions spurn, should man on man blind prey?
    Sterile most gifts, where true hearts may not share,
    phrases echo empty where none to care: -
    best let the heart lead head along Time's way. read more »

    Jonathan ROBIN
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