Poems About: RACISM
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Attention all able body masses that focus on verbal harasses read more »Poetic Philosopher
230.A Nation of Cowards
(Dedicated to you, my Brothers and Sisters)
Truthful words, read more »Hebert Logerie
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
232.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
233.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
234.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
235.Without An Intervention to Prevent
The novelty of hatred,
Has arrived to dominate public opinion.
And treated openly,
To give it a forum of free speech. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
236.Engrossed and Trapped
They feel the freedom to express the affects,
Of today's racism.
As technologies advance.
To leave mindsets like these... read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
237.Freedom Ain't Another Word for Nothin Left to Lose
And as I go forth on the next boxcar
The blues I have is greater than the star
That shines in the north sky
The one that shines so no more may die read more »timothy young
238.Who Knew Too Few Would Be Found To Qualify
The comments made on racism,
Are as ridiculous as the denials.
Anyone within distance,
Of an urban area wherever it is. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
239.Throughout Documented History
Those who provoke racism,
Feel comfortable amongst themselves...
To poke jokes at the workplace,
To make those who are not represented in numbers... read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
240.'' A Rainbow Coloured God ''
God gave us colours in our daily routine,
A clear blue sky the grass so green,
The colours of the mammals, all the life in the seas,
Our rainforest habitat they're all there to please. read more »bri mar