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  • 25.
    A Nation of Cowards

    (Dedicated to you, my Brothers and Sisters)

    Powerful words,
    Truthful words,
    Honest words,
    Brave words;
    This is exactly what the Doctor orders,
    For a nation, who’s trying to fight the horrors
    Of blatant racism,
    Unfairness, injustice,
    Nepotism and sexism.
    A man of Peace,
    Without controversies,
    Is not a genuine activist.
    The truth is being tolled; there is no reason to apologize,
    ‘Cause you’re exercising your God-given rights.
    The sickness, the maladies,
    Which America has been suffering
    For over five centuries,
    Need to be healed as you’re reading
    My honest feelings.
    This is painful, this is long overdue.
    My brave People are tired of fighting
    The ills and the stigmas of our societies.
    This is hurtful, this is way overdue.
    The Truth hurts, thank God Almighty;
    “Another One” is unafraid to tell the Truth,
    “This One” is dissecting the false myth,
    And the backward ideologies, thank God Almighty!
    The prisons are populated by innumerable innocents,
    The Police and their cronies randomly humiliate
    Our parents, siblings and cousins.
    We have every reason to be mad and irate.
    A more just and fair system needs to be in place now.
    The Brother is using strong medicine right now:
    Powerful words,
    Truthful words,
    Honest words,
    Brave words,
    To save America,
    The beautiful diva,
    Who stands for: “Justice, Freedom,
    Liberty and Happiness for All.”
    We should denounce Uncle Tom
    And his monkeys. Brothers, who walk tall
    Like you and our President,
    Are rare and almost nonexistent.
    The Truth will always set free:
    The men of Justice, the men of integrity,
    The men of Peace, the men of honesty;
    The Brothers and Sisters who will tirelessly
    Fight racism, the twin-brother of slavery. read more »

  • 26.
    End Racism

    We all must bring our
    Racism to end.
    A message to all, I long to send.
    The colors of the world, read more »

  • 27.
    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 »

  • 28.
    THE MOMENT (BARACK HUSSAIN OBAMA’S INAUGURATION)

    The moment of Obama’s inauguration
    Was a fluke of fate written for the nation

    It was a moment to be cherished read more »

  • 29.
    Perfect World

    In my perfect world
    The sky is a perfect blue
    The grass is a soft green
    And together are me and you read more »

    Rookie Amy
  • 30.
    *LET THE NEW YEAR 2K+9 BLOOM!

    In a world that is

    Free from terrible terrorism and death
    Full of happy harmony and warmth read more »

  • 31.
    LIVING TOGETHER

    Why does mankind hate people based on religion and race?
    Is it ignorance, education, or governments deciding our place.

    For people are people regardless of the color of their face. read more »

  • 32.
    Golf Pro

    There are two types of people:
    Those who play golf,
    And those who recognize it
    for the idiotic malpractice that it is, read more »

  • 33.
    execution's list

    ohh, , on that list

    an execustion for whom carry the hot blood of the east
    the degnity, the pride, the justice for the least read more »

  • 34.
    'Discrimination'

    Racism a nasty word
    that conjures thoughts
    of oppressive deeds
    made by man because read more »

  • 35.
    Drops of shame

    In this tradition of hypocrisy,
    Rich sea of shams,
    Virtue hides behind sanctimony,
    Watch dogs are drooling at the prize, read more »

  • 36.
    Kids

    Oh! You are a little black boy,
    and playing with your small toy.
    Oh! You are black from outside,
    but your heart and soul are white. read more »

New Racism Poems

  1. The Color of Racism, Hebert Logerie
  2. Spoiled in America There is no life better, Dimitri Jagodinski
  3. Racism Will Never End, Ban Quang Che
  4. Pressure Of Racism, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  5. Thankful II, Edward Kofi Louis
  6. The Black and white zealots.. Reality in.., Dimitri Jagodinski
  7. Terzanelle for Octavia Estelle Butler, Marieta Maglas
  8. Racism Haiku, Chenou Liu
  9. An old black man and a young gangster....., Dimitri Jagodinski
  10. Racism Acquired, Ima Ryma
  11. Discrimination, Mark Heathcote
  12. Racism is still alive, Sincair Farrell
  13. life without poetry, alexander opicho
  14. You Lead Us, hasmukh amathalal
  15. Dirge For Mandela, olumide emmanuel
  16. Peterborough, Moses Samandar
  17. Internet Racism, Sylvia Chidi
  18. Racism, Dimitri Jagodinski
  19. Be frank, hasmukh amathalal
  20. Friends Around the World, elysabeth faslund
  21. Paula Deen...Racism, elysabeth faslund
  22. Racism in the Deep South and the Perils .., Elsinore RathbridgeStewart
  23. It's a Disease, Christina Byrd
  24. Recognizing Rejecting Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  25. Lessons In Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  26. Racism In Any Form, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  27. Beware Reverse Racism Is Still Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  28. Color Scheme, Ima Ryma
  29. Reverse Racism Is Still Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  30. Racism is Better, rommelmarkmarchan beyond poe ..
  31. Bigotry Creates Brutal False Illusions, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  32. Reverse Racism, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  33. 2 Things I Can't Stand!, Snake Blocker
  34. Racism, Carniz Fatema
  35. The racism, Laura arwen
  36. The School System, Jeremy Rascon
  37. No You Don't. AND, You Wont, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  38. Weeding: Plant Racism, Saiom Shriver
  39. Racism, Robin Keys
  40. Racism Kills, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  41. Racism and the Culture Of Racism rev.2013, Trade Martin
  42. THERE IS NO TIME IN A POET'S LIFE, Aldo Kraas
  43. THERE IS NO TIME IN A POET'S LIFE FOR, Aldo Kraas
  44. Albi, Gerald Flippinhanger
  45. We Do Not Need Racism, Francis Duggan
  46. A Word To An Affrican....American....Kid, Atef Ayadi
  47. Of Your Feelings On Human Rights, Francis Duggan
  48. Racism In Poetry, Cynthia BuhainBaello
  49. ! RACISM !, GAYATRI NAMBIAR
  50. racism, alicia page
  51. International Clowns Guild. At a recent .., Chris Lane
  52. LOST WARRIOR, Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  53. Racism has a human heart...., John G. Nelson
  54. Racism On It, Francis Duggan
  55. From My Perspective, Sicelo Sithole
  56. Racism Haiku - Ice Cream, john tiong chunghoo
  57. END RACISM, Latishia Johnson
  58. obama, ian singer
  59. One Man's Brain, Theorem The Truth Serum
  60. We Do Not Need Racists, Francis Duggan
  61. No Matter What Your Nationality, Francis Duggan
  62. Kevin Andrews, Francis Duggan
  63. Racism: A Brief Analasis, Axiom Wheeler
  64. For Some To Be Racist, Francis Duggan
  65. It Is A Tragic Time We Live In, Francis Duggan
  66. ''Racism needs to end'', James Branson
  67. Racism Is Around Me Everywhere, Francis Duggan
  68. On Reading Of Racism In Ireland, Francis Duggan
  69. Racism,, maxpoet beauty
  70. IN THE CITY OF SORROWS, Aldo Kraas
  71. FIROZE-ON ICE, Ray Lucero
  72. 'Discrimination', David Taylor
  73. We Would All Be Brothers and Sisters, marie souline
  74. Remember The Holocaust, Mustafa Marconi
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