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Short Discrimination poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

UNITY

Living unity,

In,

Comm unity!

Short Discrimination poem by Patricia L Graham| Details | |

Perversion

Vested interests
Deny victims
Perverts justice

Short Discrimination poem by Tony Driskell| Details | |

A Pawns Vision

A pawns vision is
Not to be sacrificed but
To someday be queen

Short Discrimination poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

TEA

TEA!
 -Dharga Nagar Safa

In Tea-

e and a,

Are,

A waste!

Short Discrimination poem by Kaitlyn Barr| Details | |

Black

Lies and truths,
They do not last.
Black or colored,
It's in the past.

Short Discrimination poem by Tony Driskell| Details | |

WORLD PEACE

Peace in the world means
Today I live for the world
But I'd die for peace

Short Discrimination poem by Lara Wash| Details | |

Simple

A simple hello
A simple smile
A simple

"I'll see you in a little while"

Short Discrimination poem by Nurudeen Olaniran| Details | |

Haiku 16: Bokoharam

'Boko Haram' is not an enemy.
It's a subject in an economy
of a corrupt country.

Short Discrimination poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

FUNNY MONEY

It is very funny-

That,every penny,

Like honey,

For People of money,

Not no any!

Short Discrimination poem by BL Devnath| Details | |

Irrespective of Religion

The Sun gives light to all without any discrimination irrespective of Religion, Wisdom is for all

Short Discrimination poem by Smail Poems| Details | |

Bear

Big blundering beast
Poor fish have no chance whatsoever
Neither does the slowest runner in your group

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

FREEDON OF FAITH

we make a start
serve mabe hard
it apart
of who you server too
if its you place
no matter what race
call
FREEDOM OF FAITH

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

COME WINNER OR SINNER

its a feat
can't be defeat
our cooks or the best
and you knwo the rest
no mtter if your begining
COME WINNER
AND SINNERS

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

NO RIGHT TO KILL

if your able
sit at a table
have a clover
talk thing over
no one hads this will
love can fulfill
WE HAVE
NO RIGHT TO KILL

Short Discrimination poem by Danesh Morgan| Details | |

Meaning of friendship

Do you know the REAL
meaning of friendship?
They encourage, support
and accept all faults of us
without any
discrimination!!!

Short Discrimination poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Condoleezza Rice

Condoleezza Rice!
She is super smart and really nice.
She has served this nation very well.
Her distractors are bigoted dumbbells.

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

RACE AND RIGHT

there are set back
the card are alway stacks
to gain it can be a pain
mabe corlor o faces
why oe get up tight
it about
RACE AND RIGHT


Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

GETTO BLUES TALK

you know some go
door to door
jut to eat
no place to sleep on the street
up down and around
its a sad sad walk
its
GETTO BLUES WALK

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

BLACK FACE AND WHITE BY MIND

every black facees
is nor of same race
some black
need to step back
for theyer not right
at anytime
to have
BLACK FACE AND WHITE MIND

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

A HAND A SHAKE

it not just a dot
its says a lot
its also like a rock
as it shop
hate it also block
it don't debate it complate
repect you get
A HAND SHAKE

Short Discrimination poem by Dorian Petersen Potter| Details | |

Injustices - Quinzaine

Injustices just break my heart. Do they affect you? Make you sad? Dorian Petersen Potter Aka ladydp2000 Copyright@2014 10.10.14

Short Discrimination poem by Paul Curtis| Details | |

WORKPLACE WOES

9 out of 10 women 
At my company
Accused me of sexual harassment
And are suing me
And I’m being sued for discrimination
By plain Jane my 10th employee

Short Discrimination poem by Madelin Barton| Details | |

WHAT LIFE HAS TAUGHT ME

Certain people will hurt you repeatedly
Just because they can
But he who continues forgiving and loving them 
Regardless of injury proves to be the greater man

Short Discrimination poem by John Pen| Details | |

Ignored

I am a poem that no one wants to read
I am a path that few desire to tread
A rejected script that is gathering dust
This world of ours can be truly unjust

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

WHO IS A NIGGER

nigger could be
you see
you are me
black or white
its  word
that means low life
don't get up tight
if your not right
you will get trigger
WHO IS A NIGGER

Short Discrimination poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

NO COLOR

In red ink,

Black and blue,

Something is written on a small piece of white paper,

My mind reads ignoring the colors like a kidney-

"No color but matter"!

Short Discrimination poem by Jillian Lawrence| Details | |

Holocaust

One Man
Once so close to his family
They are dead now
So close to his friends
They are also dead 
Caused by hate
Caused by discrimination
Caused by
One man

Short Discrimination poem by Liva Evita Nagle| Details | |

Black Rose

Black rose on the wall
See the daylight no more
All the hearts are sore
Left black to the core
No need to wish for more

Take it! 
And throw it on the floor


Short Discrimination poem by Honestly JT| Details | |

Totem Pole

When I aim to please wholeheartedly,
The political scene still knows me.
It never tries to ignore me,
And never desires to fight for me.





©2014 Honestly JT

Short Discrimination poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |

CHILD HOOD FRIEND

we all came up
from dust
had good  and bad stuff
we had the same blend
theyer were od many corlor too
so much we would do
its still deep with in
my
CHILD HOOD FRIENDS

Short Discrimination poem by Haile Tesfaye| Details | |

Discrimination

The flood of blood that flows like rain
In our vain is red but we still reject one
Another based on skin color. When racism 
invades the beautiful memories of people fades. 

Short Discrimination poem by LuAnne Pratt| Details | |

lies

The actions of a few have put the world in harms way
"You were our favorite mistake"
is what the hypocritical Christians say
when disowning their own children
when they turned out to be gay.

Short Discrimination poem by George Zamalea| Details | |

CRY


Despite their voting
On the Voting Right Act of 1965
People of this notion
Are still so confused at heart;
Loss of this angry sea,
I the neutral and what I dare 
Above the last cry of Social Rights.

Short Discrimination poem by Andy Craig| Details | |

It ain't cut and dry


It’s black or white,

it’s wrong or right.

Look left, look right,

they both have a

valid answer. Who

am I to be the task

master? It ain’t cut

and dry, my oh my,

many answers “why”

Short Discrimination poem by Ammy Avocet| Details | |

Homo Sapiens

"I stabbed a faggot 
in the knees", he whispered.

I wanted him
for bait

To catch some
bigger faggots,
from a pile of

Growing stubble heads
and high-heeled masculinity

They twist,
so I unhook them
to sea [see].

Short Discrimination poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

WOMEN'S MEN

Egyptians are called "Women's Men",

In the language of the Queen,"Man in Woman"-

WoMAN,WoMEN

SHE,FeMALE

Mankind is only kind to the Man!

Male domination,a human error,

In the language of the Queen

Short Discrimination poem by Cameron Hartley| Details | |

Guns and God

A Christian soldier with a gun and a crucifix is a man of God
A hoodlum with a gun and a crucifix is only a hoodlum
A Muslim with a flag and a gun is an Islamist terrorist
A Muslim with a flag and no gun won't make the news

Short Discrimination poem by BL Devnath| Details | |

THE UNIVERSAL CONCEPT

                           Love without discrimination is love.....unending......
                                         Air, light, water.... describe....
                                           The Universal concept.........

Short Discrimination poem by harry horsman| Details | |

WILD ROSE


The ‘Wild Rose’ Drifts away with the morning,
tempest howls in discrimination
clouds inconsolable lament,
the creek no longer arid
replenish the river.
There ‘Wild Rose’ Fearful
taut disjointed;
on her way
to the 
sea!

Short Discrimination poem by Syed Imon Rizvi| Details | |

Martin Luther King Junior

Martin Luther King, Jr.

When innocent dies,
Whole universe cries,
Even of dear earth,
We can hear, outcries,
But selfish human being,
Never even sighs.


All rights are reserved. Syed Imon Rizvi
From a book "Outspoken" - 2012
Available at www.amazon.com

Short Discrimination poem by John Beam| Details | |

I have reservations

To force small our lands                                                                                            held for your use later times                                                                                          let them all eat grass

Short Discrimination poem by Emma Thompson| Details | |

you're perfect

You’re perfect

Perfect hair
That I don’t have

Perfect clothes
That I don’t have

Perfect face
That I don’t have

Perfect friends
That I don’t have

You’re perfect
You have 
Everything
That I don’t have

Im not perfect
But that’s okay

Short Discrimination poem by Carolyn Devonshire| Details | |

War and Peace

Peace war-free harmony accepting all joining hands in unity ‘cross the globe Discrimination, hatred, poverty nations fighting lives destroyed greed’s seed war
*Written for Michael’s “Smiles and Frowns” contest by Carolyn Devonshire

Short Discrimination poem by Olga gardo| Details | |

Child's eyes

Have you ever seen the world through a child’s eyes, we used to.
We believed in heroes, saw no color, everyone was equal, we saw love.
Through adult eyes we see judgment, pride discrimination, we see hate.
Why do we need child’s eyes to live in a world of diversity?

Short Discrimination poem by Lord Addo-Yobo| Details | |

My Pain

It is okay to scared,
When I live in  the tears I was reared,
For my feelings, no one cared,
As at transparency I stared,

Judgement are so unfair,
Sinking,they drown me in despair,
As I fail to pay discrimination's fare ,
The happiness that I seek is truly rare,

Short Discrimination poem by Nicole Hickman| Details | |

HATE

Hate, 
A strong word
Word of discrimination
Word of power
Can tear friends and family apart
Used everyday in everyway
Hate,
A four letter word that will destroy our life
Word of prejudice
A word known as abdhorrence
So harmful and so dangerou, yet we still use it.

Short Discrimination poem by Charlie Murder| Details | |

'merca

you us all we do not care
but all we see and what we wear
but beer to drink and flabby chairs
will keep us happy, here and there

i see a country full of life
full of liberty
full of pride
we see each other through different eyes

so cant we all stand side by side?

Short Discrimination poem by Maz Zie| Details | |

Scrubs

A persona, a Title
A uniform, an assumed frame of reference
and a certain state of mind.

I was surprised
As i hit the down button
on a sinking ship
And re-learned how to swim again.

I can do it
This is what i was made for
I know, i can do it
Even if you have gym socks
That are older than i am.

Short Discrimination poem by Anna Borsick| Details | |

Personal last quote of the day

 "Although prejudice and discrimination has subsided over time and history, it is hidden in every corner of our present; for there is no escape from diversity in America. As hostility and violence is less prevalent some say, to say we live in a society of Pluralism, is to speck prematurely and blindly."

Short Discrimination poem by Gry Christensen| Details | |

NYC III

that man 
that cried 
on the corner 

tears 
made him 
invisible 

I too 
let him 
wash away 
in front of us 

I saw 
him 
sail 
by 
in 
his 
own 
liquid form 

and we 
were 
a thousand 
pairs 
of shoes 
crossing 
the street 
so 
our 
feet 
wouldn't 
get wet. 


© Gry W Christensen

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