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Discrimination Acrostic Poems

These Discrimination Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Discrimination. These are the best examples of Acrostic Discrimination poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Hope
Happy, we need inspiration to feel happy in life, there is too much negativity and
Oppression from discrimination, propaganda and leaders only focusing on  ...

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Categories: inspiration,



Premium Member HOPE
Life today can seem cruel and melancholy, we need inspiration to be Happy, there is too much negativity that surrounds us, from political propaganda to...

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Categories: inspirational,

Diversity
Diversity thrives today and
It takes many forms.
Very nearly extinct once, It’s returned.
Each time it’s experienced,
Reveals more of it’s value.
Something brand new, of good, in this...

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Categories: appreciation, discrimination, emotions, fear,

Premium Member Chauvinism
Country of loyalty is supreme, others add up the number
Heaven is here already, the rest still looking for a plumber
All is perfect, in this domain,...

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Categories: appreciation, bullying, character, discrimination,

Loving the Faithful Things in A B I D E
If you encounter a true vine, abide as a humble branch; bear fruit, much fruit

A: admit I can do nothing good, nothing to earn heavenly...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bible, community, discrimination, heaven,



Dispossessed

Down and out, destitute 
In dire need , no help or
Support only war or dispute,
Poverty for those we adore,

Overlooked, become invisible 
Spiritually and morally 
Subjected...

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, conflict, discrimination, identity,

Premium Member Juneteenth
Juneteenth


June...back in nineteen-fifty eight, just sixty years ago,

Unknown to me, nine hundred miles away in the mid-South,

Never did I think of anything that would foreshadow...

Equal...

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Categories: discrimination,

Premium Member JUNETEENTH


Juneteenth… Justifiably they say ignorance is bliss. 
               No, it’s nothing...

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Categories: america, angst, black african

WHEN A MAN FALLS IN LIFE
When a man falls,
For he must fall
At one time or the other in life.
In his llfetime

As long as there is life,
He will stand tall again
If...

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Categories: change, courage, discrimination, inspiration,

Premium Member Native People
Noble heritage they cannot erase

Ancestor’s plight laid bare for all to see

Tribal identity etched in each face

Invincible spirit our pedigree

Various attempts meant to “civilize”

Expanding demands...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, courage, discrimination, murder,

Black and white
15-11-2017
Black and white
I am Black and you are white
the difference in me and you was only color,
talent inside raised me at different heights
I made you...

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Categories: beauty, color, confidence, courage,

Hypocritical Humanity



     Hypocritical, unethical, selfish, and unlearned
        Under developed use of our overstated minds
 ...

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Categories: america, corruption, deep, discrimination,

World cruise
W    with my friends I  ventured on a cruise
o      out with my bags early , fun...

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Categories: anxiety, appreciation, destiny, discrimination,

A True American
                        ...

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Categories: america, appreciation, beautiful, bible,

Death
Dear life I hate you so much
Eagerly my family waited for my birth
As soon as they knew that I was girl baby they crused me...

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Categories: death, discrimination, girl,

What is Poetry: ACROSTIC

Acrostic: What is P O E T R Y?

P=Pro-People. Poetry begins with ‘p’ & ends in ‘why.’ My dark poems always seem to have a...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: discrimination, inspirational, poetry, writing,

Convicted
K indly open your heart
U nderstand me
N ot just hear me 
D on't make it obvious 
A mend your judgement 

C astigate me yes, But...

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Categories: deep, discrimination, introspection, repetition,

Premium Member FREEDOM
Free will becomes the greatest part of life’s true creation
Relief flows into our souls without any more stipulations
Equality fills the days of everyone throughout the...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: freedom,

Pandemonium
Peace - now its boundaries broken by people with retarded minds
     And dangerous demons who decide to deal in deadly devastation,
Nonstop...

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Categories: conflict, hate,

Premium Member MISTAKEN THAT YOU LOVED ME
'My' biggest mistake was being born a girl 
I was never going to meet your expectations for you wanted a
Son and you got me ...mum...

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Categories: childhood, discrimination, father daughter,