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Prejudice Alliteration Poems

These Prejudice Alliteration poems are examples of Alliteration poems about Prejudice. These are the best examples of Alliteration Prejudice poems written by international poets.


Bitter Fruit


Taste the hate,
the poisonous juice from the bitter fruit
Evil seeds
being spit out of the mouth,
deadly wormwood desires formed at the root
Chew the rancid leaves of...

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Categories: dark, hate, spiritual, truth,



Threads


Prejudiced HATREDS are the HARDEST THREADS to break.

But you and I will be tied and bound by our heartstrings 
Tethered, by the unbroken circles of...

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Categories: feelings, prejudice,

Yield not to Whims, Nor be Rash
Let not rash ejections of the mind
Blind thee of rational occasions
For idleness renders you unhappy
Yield not to whims 
Nor be rash
Restrain ridiculous mentality
For it is...

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Categories: strength, prejudice, integrity,

Premium Member When Truth Came A Calling
There's A knock on my door,
 I ask "who is there". ?
Standing there are five faces. . 
They answer" IN UNISON "Truth"
I ask" Why the...

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Categories: metaphor, tribute, truth, wisdom,