Poems About: RACISM
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229.A LETTER TO MY FAMILIES.
It's compound though,
Irrespective of racism, tribalism and lots of culturistic value,
Indeed enormous in its adventurous reaction,
To see survival of the day. read more »BUNMI OROGUN SAMUEL
230.What Stephen Lawrence Has Taught Us
We know who the killers are,
We have watched them strut before us
As proud as sick Mussolinis',
We have watched them strut before us read more »Benjamin Zephaniah
231.Kick Racism Out
If we really want to make a massive change,
There are some things we need to rearrange.
If we want the problems to actually stop, read more »Johnny Eardley
Slavery is the biggest, the worst crime ever committed against humanity,
Slavery is where human Beings, Sons and Daughters of the Almighty,
Are mistreated in the worst unimaginable way by a system, ordinarily
By an oligarchy, which is very powerful, and who wears a light pigmentation. read more »Hebert Logerie
233.Another Year Is Saying Goodbye
In spite of last year’s ups and downs,
Life was beautiful and rewarding.
We played in the park and chased the clowns.
No one got hurt, and with the Good Lord’s blessing, read more »Hebert Logerie
You showed the way
Marched ahead in time to stay
For freedom and liberty
That was always blessed by almighty read more »hasmukh amathalal
235.Why Do You Judge Me?
Why do you tend to judge me
cause I'm of different race.
Why do you tend to hate me
cause I'm from a different place. read more »Arely Corral
236.Red Is The Blood We Bleed
It is a very natural thing for one to love their Land of birth
And think that their Homeland Country is the finest Land on Earth
In his Lay of the last Minstrel Walter Scott said it all
Often with tears the migrant the old Homeland recall. read more »Francis Duggan
How I hate
When people chose not to vote
Like why did we have
The Civil Rights movement? read more »Mark Rivera
238.A Nation of Cowards
(Dedicated to you, my Brothers and Sisters)
Truthful words, read more »Hebert Logerie
239.One Has To Wonder Why
John Clare was the English language greatest poet of Nature
So much of Nature's ways the man did know
But he died in a mental institution
In Northampton asylum near to fifteen decades ago read more »Francis Duggan
It’s a never ending circle, Again and again
They try to be like me, I try not to be like them
Originality is key, Who has the most of it?
Me, me I hope it’s me read more »nicholas gannon