Zachary Zuccaro Poems
- Prejudice And Racism Prejudice I don't like him or her ...
- Wisdom And Knowledge Much emphasis is placed on knowledge and...
- When I Am Dead When I am dead and maggots have consumed my ...
- Procrastination Discard anxiety, sorrow, and despair, ...
- Hydrangea A hydrangea grows by the pond and sprinkles its ...
- Trinity The Trinity is as a flame which is one entity yet ...
- Saint Joan Of Arc A young girl is sent by God to save her ...
Zachary Zuccaro was born in Tennessee on November 9,1989.
He studied Mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh and Chemical Engineering at Tennessee Technological University.
He currently resides in Tennessee. more »
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Prejudice And Racism
I don't like him or her or them
because they are
white, black, Asian, European, Middle Eastern,
Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Atheist,
those narrow-minded vegetarians,
and those cruel murderers who eat meat.
Look at those geeks, and nerds, and goths.
Why would anyone want to be emo or scene?
What kind of loser likes classical music and books?
Look at those disgraces to humanity
who have tattoos and piercings.
Look at how fat she is, and how skinny he is!
You jocks and preppy girls, you think you are so good.
Obviously anyone who ...