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Poems About: RACISM

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  • 109.
    WORLD IN WILDERNESS

    World is a bunch of denied,
    Frontiers trimmed, leaders thrilled,
    Honest hacked, corrupt decked,
    Killers hailed, warriors jailed, read more »

    Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  • 110.
    Love Thy Neighbor

    Jesus said a lot of things, Mohammed said them, too
    Moses went to the mountaintop, Dr. King did, too
    But, no one really listened to them
    Instead they put their pictures on the wall read more »

    KMC Centlivre
  • 111.
    Karl Marx

    Karl Marx,
    atheist,
    advocate of force
    in overthrowing capitalism... read more »

    O Anna Niemus
  • 112.
    Truth is stranger than friction

    The joy of truth is
    that it can be funnier,
    crazier,
    than fiction. read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 113.
    Reality

    Somebody wake me up
    This has to be a dream.
    Pinch me or hit me
    This can’t be reality. read more »

    Joshua Pickron
  • 114.
    America's Real Enemy

    They that usher a newness to be

    From thoughts picked like California grapes & strawberries read more »

    Tim caffery
  • 115.
    Free To Be Me

    Journeying across the roads of life
    In a land of violence, corruption and strife
    Looking for a place to build a home
    A piece of land to call my own read more »

    Mustafa Marconi
  • 116.
    When

    You know the look
    You have seen the pictures
    Children
    Thin to the bone read more »

    Alfonso Siverls
  • 117.
    Stop it all!

    wars, wars don't settle scores
    people dying
    families crying
    being home-less read more »

    attiqa Ali
  • 118.
    The Dream World

    The world is peaceful and promising
    The world is full of opportunities and beautiful
    The people are helpful and always smiling
    The people are respectful and dutiful read more »

    Lilith White
  • 119.
    Pen Force

    Don't let the pen lay idle
    Where innocent blood shed;
    Where there are starving
    Children to be fed. read more »

    Buxton Shippy
  • 120.
    PEACE LAND

    God was to win over evil
    Here onpeace land
    Because he is fighting to end war, violence, racism and sickness
    Here on peace land read more »

    Aldo Kraas
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