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  • 49.
    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,

    Negros and not whites kawawa,
    and because of this they will revolt.
    I shiver and shiver from fear and hunger
    because I just landed from Tokyo.

    A Negro came into the station—
    naka-African hairdo; he holds a small
    whip: it’s scary to look, so
    I did not look at him. Kumakalansing

    the metal on the strings of his shoes
    and he shouts, “Peace, brothers!” Smiled showing
    white teeth. Looked at me—
    maybe he laughed at what he saw—

    a tiny dayuhan, dark and from
    some lupalog. Upside down
    my insides went in fright and pulled
    a cigarette so the redness of my face

    wouldn’t show. I nahalata
    that the Whites there too were quiet
    so quiet, unable to speak in front
    of that Negro. Only when he left returned

    the normalcy in the station—others
    read again, neighbors gossiped again,
    laughter, the janitor sweeped again.
    After a while that Negro passed again

    two white Americanas on each arm,
    blonde, their beauty with no equal.
    The janitor stopped sweeping.
    I thought, “So this is racial prejudice.” read more »

  • 50.
    Reverse Racism

    reverse racism back lash counter swing
    pendulum momentum counter swings
    racist evil deeds sow hate bigotry dark seeds
    reverse racism racism in reverse read more »

  • 51.
    A Human Disposition:

    Envious read more »

  • 52.

    Have you ever stopped to think and wonder,
    Just how you would react, if your face,
    Was of a different color, and ponder,
    What if I came from a different race? Would I still harbor a prejudice, read more »

  • 53.
    Inter-religious Dialogue

    What should we talk about?
    If we dwell in dogmatics and apologetics,
    We will be lost in the sea of endless debates. read more »

  • 54.
    Never A Drug-addict Be

    A lad went to a chemist
    With a big medicine list
    Where one puzzling item
    Wasn't familiar to him. read more »

  • 55.
    Next Day

    Death is a loss
    Loss of prejudice love
    Moments that burns the membrane
    A punch on forehead read more »

  • 56.
    Totally Biased

    I do not often write free form
    to me it is not poetry.
    Freely admit my prejudice
    I think it’s just a passing phase read more »

  • 57.
    America, Grieving

    America, grieving...
    your oily fingers on
    the wheel of the world,
    your black heart of prejudice... read more »

  • 58.
    Miracle- Play

    I never hate but fret
    What is human instinct?
    What life we have made to this life
    Every day we masked that easily distinct. read more »

  • 59.

    Prejudice and self pride
    Against the truth and justice
    Makes some kind of problems
    In character of an individual. read more »

  • 60.

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

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  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
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  22. Pride And Prejudice, Sarah Mawed
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  26. Book by its cover, Leaking Pen
  27. Pains Of Predjudice, C. Albert Andrews
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  31. A Human Disposition:, Jonathan Maldonado
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  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
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  54. Crow's shadow, Shamik K. Bose
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  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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