Poems About: RACISM
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325.Black History Month
Black history month
A time we celebrate
Recuperate read more »Khai Ramsey
I cry everyones tears
my heart is heavy with pain,
the heaviness i cannot bear like the municipal sewage tanks in a squatter camp,
i burst and ooze out my disgusting contents read more »rue moyo
327.News From Hank
Have recieved disturbing letter
As follows: read more »Nicolette Turner
Oh god! I cannot bear this long,
I haven't been waiting for this all along, read more »SMIT KABRAWALA
329.'Nonsensical Phenomenon 25/10/09
Opened a bottle of Port, Allesverloren,
translated as Everything Lost, forgiving
myself for coming to earth as an evil spirit,
enthusiastic support for hubby’s exotic read more »Margaret Alice
They say everyone's unique
Different and original
But i'm not the only one with this hatred
I'm not the only one who thinks it's unconstitutional read more »Joanna Patino
332.Under The Same Sky
Being a part of our society, some times we ask ourselves questions
questions for which the answers lie in the same heart as the one which
asked them. read more »Sai Saketh Ram
(for whom forced me to leave that orphan) ...
(I hear an orphan's tear while covered with his fear)
ohh, , on that list read more »TaMaRa HaNaRiNg ,(((( PaLeSTiNe))))FreedOm Flottila .
334.Who are you
Blessed are those who adorn mother earth
Those who shelter from homelessness
They worship no manhood
They take orphans away from violence read more »azeez sangwa
335.In a Race to Chase Another Pointless 'ism'
In a race to chase another pointless 'ism'.
With a reason to critique,
To compare discreeted insecurities.
With a belief that in the doing, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
Racist prejudice had blinded the minds of mankind,
Thus forgetting the enormous contributions of one another on this earth;
Is it the colour of my skin or the colour of your skin?
Who made them all? read more »Edward Kofi Louis