Poems About: PREJUDICE
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37.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
I have searched for love,
Only to find hatred.
I searched for acceptance,
Only to find prejudice. read more »Talmadge Beavan
Prejudice! ! ! !
It's all around us
Everywhere we look
Everywhere we turn read more »simone edwards
40.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
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
42.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
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.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
45.No Reason To Speak!
one who does not dare
to ask the hard questions,
will never find the truth.
one who does not pull the mask read more »Eric Cockrell
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
it is embarrassing to me
to be a citizen of this country,
or any country, where
acts of prejudice and read more »Eric Cockrell
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