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  • 325.
    Let it rain...

    Let it rain peace,
    For we are all one,
    We will all go forth,
    As we dropp all our guns,
    Equality reins,
    As time will continue
    Racism detains,
    And we can all live peacefully again...

    Let it rain love,
    For we need one another,
    We are all a large family,
    We're sisters and brothers,
    Love not just society,
    But love God as well,
    Unleash all of your piety,
    And we can all be loving again,

    Let it rain hope,
    Let a future exist,
    Do not let our world end,
    By death's unwanted kiss,
    Motivation is needed,
    If we want a success,
    If we do what I've pleaded,
    We can all have hope again.

    Let it rain light,
    Let all darkness begone,
    All harsh thoughts be destroyed,
    all our anger, withdrawn,
    Let's let all failing part,
    Be our triumphs, existent,
    May all good be in our hearts,
    And we needn't to worry again...

    Copyright © Joseph Duggan 2008 read more »

  • 326.
    One Man's Brain

    Distasteful references of the inner city
    by an uninhabited brain from the outer rim
    It is so far gone from the real world
    that it splatters itself all over the tv read more »

  • 327.
    Racism: A Brief Analasis

    What is racism?
    Is it one person's way of calling himself better?
    Is it humans putting each other down simply because how they were born? read more »

  • 328.
    life without poetry

    life without poetry
    is like world without
    racism; who will teach
    diversity and the value read more »

  • 329.
    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 »

  • 330.
    Hating you,

    Hating you,
    Hating you is what I never saw,
    Hating was more like villain,
    Hate was like disgrace, read more »

  • 331.
    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 »

  • 332.
    Alien Walls

    We are fettered
    Fettered by alien walls
    We are barricaded
    Barricaded by strange walls read more »

  • 333.
    Academic Culture

    It is our tool
    to repair and reform,
    to open doors for opportunities.
    It is compulsory and vital read more »

  • 334.
    Don’t Stop

    If you are thinking bright
    Planning for something right
    For the betterment of mankind
    Want peace for every mind read more »

  • 335.
    ‘I Am’ Poem

    I am in total control
    I wonder what the fuse is about
    I hear bleating but
    I see no evidence of racism in football read more »

  • 336.
    Kh Of Ophir

    I had since,
    Stick around this passage,
    Through which history and racism voyage,
    By horses and camels, read more »

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  13. life without poetry, alexander opicho
  14. You Lead Us, hasmukh amathalal
  15. Dirge For Mandela, olumide emmanuel
  16. Peterborough, Moses Samandar
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  35. The School System, Jeremy Rascon
  36. No You Don't. AND, You Wont, Lawrence S. Pertillar
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  38. Racism, Robin Keys
  39. Racism Kills, Lawrence S. Pertillar
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  43. Albi, Gerald Flippinhanger
  44. We Do Not Need Racism, Francis Duggan
  45. A Word To An Affrican....American....Kid, Atef Ayadi
  46. Of Your Feelings On Human Rights, Francis Duggan
  47. Racism In Poetry, Cynthia BuhainBaello
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  51. LOST WARRIOR, Dr. Yogesh Sharma
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  53. Racism On It, Francis Duggan
  54. From My Perspective, Sicelo Sithole
  55. Racism Haiku - Ice Cream, john tiong chunghoo
  56. END RACISM, Latishia Johnson
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  60. No Matter What Your Nationality, Francis Duggan
  61. Kevin Andrews, Francis Duggan
  62. Racism: A Brief Analasis, Axiom Wheeler
  63. For Some To Be Racist, Francis Duggan
  64. It Is A Tragic Time We Live In, Francis Duggan
  65. ''Racism needs to end'', James Branson
  66. Racism Is Around Me Everywhere, Francis Duggan
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  68. IN THE CITY OF SORROWS, Aldo Kraas
  69. FIROZE-ON ICE, Ray Lucero
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  71. Unjust, joanna xxx
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