Poems About: PREJUDICE
Poems on / about :
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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
At an early age
hatred is taught to children
by bad parenting. read more »LORETTA BACON
39.Normal or Prejudice?
Normal is overrated,
People don’t seem to notice;
They are all looking through,
Silhouettes of images. read more »James Callos Jordan
40.What Color Are You
Prejudice is felt and sometimes can be unseen,
Many ignorant people think it's gone,
Yet, it's still going on
Have you witnessed such mien: read more »tam law
41.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
I have searched for love,
Only to find hatred.
I searched for acceptance,
Only to find prejudice. read more »Talmadge Beavan
43.An introduction to post-conceptual poetics(2)
(1) analysis of consciousness: sensational realities is just illusive run-away, no existence but the engagement of mind and sensational objects.
(2) mind is the open abstraction which is depending on sensation to draw picture of prejudices; the management of or rearrange of prejudices lures the person who makes poetry.
(3) so, the important thin line between sensations and mind should be awared or else the conceptual uncertainty cannot be realized.
(4) reexamining the conceptual frame or conceptual identity should always be contemplated in post-conceptual poetics. read more »Nyein Way
Prejudice! ! ! !
It's all around us
Everywhere we look
Everywhere we turn read more »simone edwards
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
46.A Fair Go Of Anyone We Should Not Deny
Those who judge people by their colour or their creed or their race
The spirit of the fair go could never embrace
But eventually the reality they have to face
That in the twenty first century for their sort of thinking there isn't a place. read more »Francis Duggan
47.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, read more »Joe Rosochacki
I have no patience for a cowardly prejudice
What's done is done and what's dead is dead
I have my colony united for commemoration, listen
My proposal slowly manifested read more »Tyler Mccracken