Poems About: RACISM
Poems on / about :
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325.A Strange Cocktail
In their National flag they do take such great pride
And they feel superior with god on their side
And their leader he tells them of us against they
But when they fight his war from them he's far away. read more »Francis Duggan
326.These people are so Superior,
These people are so Superiour,
These people are so Superiour that I cannot believe it,
Is God so faithful or unjust?
Mohammed was so a Great man during His regime, read more »Maxim Muyu
Some lack in compassion as well as in empathy
And for the suffering of those they see as different can't feel sympathy
And sad to say nowadays their type are not rare
The small minded sort of the big World out there. read more »Francis Duggan
328.A non ashamed victim
She has been a victim of crime
He came up to her, demanding all she had
Including her heart, mind, body and soul read more »Mitta Xinindlu
329.Entitled to Do This
To deny that their greed,
Has depleted all quality of life.
Is to admit that those homeless and starving...
Enforced by a few, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
Searching, Searching… pause,
Oh, wait- I’ve missed it.
It was in the valley of destiny, read more »Star Dust
331.................................AS WE WALK.............................RAS KDC
332.SO MANY CHANGES
As I sit here thinking of what to say
I sort through my thoughts of what's important to me.
There has been so many changes, yet so much more to be done
And a whole world out there for me to see. read more »Dianna Nally
On the cover
there is this girl
skinny and tall
is that beauty? read more »Baleigh Hill
i am a doctor
i am an engineer
i am a chemist
i am a carpenter read more »Roger Naya
335.Venom That Is Adored
Some folks have to be trained,
To do what it is they desire to do.
Some learn what they do in school.
I did too and it felt like a waste of my time. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
336.Displays Of Diversity
They insist they wish more displays,
And less racism expressed.
To move forward their policies of democracy. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar