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Discrimination Ballad Poems

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


Ballad Of The Oppressed
I do not fear one that bleeds like me
My death is certain, we are born and raised to leave
It is my name that shall live...

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© Zeki Majed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: corruption, death, discrimination, freedom,



The Battle for all ages
One by one those behind the catchphrase
"an end to discrimination"
Took away freedom of association,
Freedom of choice,
The freedom to form groups with any rules that,
Might seem...

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Categories: age, baptism, care, celebration,

The Forgotten Sons
We were born with out the choice of choosing to be a girl or boy,
But we are here.
We never asked to be part of your...

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Categories: absence, child, discrimination, emotions,

Premium Member NO COLOR GOD
I come from the twilight
Of dusk to dawn
Yet I can't stand
All around me downtown
All in up and around
Signs saying of  "Whites Only"
Mustn't go into...

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Categories: betrayal, black african american,

Hushed Voice
A child who learned
To speak in hushed voices.
A girl who yearned
To make her own choices.

Then a teen who learned
To only sob quietly;
A teen who feared
An...

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Categories: discrimination, solitude,

BLACK BIRD
A poem authenticating blacks

Black bird
I don’t wanna be called so anymore
I know I’m black but just call me a bird
I’ll fly with my broken wing
And...

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Categories: africa, discrimination,

Premium Member What is My Ethnic name and Who are the Namers
       I arose a proud African lineage from far Mid Northern, Southern, Western;
      ...

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Categories: africa, america, black african



Let Peace Reign
We were one yesterday
We coexisted yesterday
Dreams were achieved
Roads were built 
By my grandmother' side,
we sang a great song
Our parents cohabited a barn-
Unity they stood,
Our children...

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Categories: africa, age, art,

The fall of Duke William: Ballad for the Acadians
The French sail
To the Riviera
From the metis 
To Canada

They became Acadians
And settled in Port Royale
Their lives were famine and conquest
But that didn’t hurt morale
The British...

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Categories: adventure, culture, discrimination, history,

Black Feathers Fly
Black shadows fly.

(In the 17th c many women were falsely accussed of being witches. Many were banished and more were burnt at the stake. Of...

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Categories: abuse, allegory, bird, culture,

Nowhere to Run
"Nowhere to Run"
By Linda Hays-Gibbs
They run to us for help
They are out of their depth
Lost jobs, lost homes, lost safety and no food to eat
Nowhere...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, death, discrimination,

Red Man's Pain
Red Man's Pain
By Linda Hays-Gibbs
Why is it not mine?
The black earth
Or the red clay kind
The swamp or mountain high
All the places where my  grandfathers...

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Categories: betrayal, corruption, discrimination, earth,

what is real love
What is real love ?
Should it be plain like a cow ?
Or furious like a bow ?
Or with results for what you sow ?
True love...

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Categories: adventure, beautiful, conflict, cute

Middle of the Roader
I even voted for Ross Perot once and Reagan and consider myself a middle of the roader. The biggest problem the Republicans have right now...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: history, prejudice,

Faded
My mind is like a cage, 
my thoughts are like a trap,
everything good seems to fade.
My presence is a pest,
my "friends" have never been true.
I...

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Categories: abuse, anger, anxiety, betrayal,

All Eyes Are On Me
I walk into the store 
She comes to greet me
Can I help you miss 
Is there anything you'd like to see?    
No,...

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© Dana Black  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black african american, discrimination,

The Monster
 It came from beneath the swamp
 to look for the one he lost
 it went around the marsh to romp
 even though it was...

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Categories: absence, animal, betrayal, break

Why
I watch the sunrise in the sky
I ask God the question why.
Why is there hatred in the world?
Why are there starving boys and girls?
Why is...

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Categories: angst, discrimination, society, prejudice,

William part 1
I ask all to be open minded as I tell the story of my friend,  William .
There are so many prejudice in this World...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, angel, best

BOX BUILT FOR MY FRIENDS
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Categories: hope, life,


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