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Best Prejudice Poems

Below are the all-time best Prejudice poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of prejudice poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member Stars and those with Stripes
"America First",
is the worst.
Should not thinking of others,
be your thirst?
Those who are selfish,
end up being cursed!
Soon they'll be last,
instead of first.

Who among you,
prefers guns and...

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Categories: prejudice, black african american, class, future, immigration,
Form: Political Verse



Premium Member Teardrop
I
ask
you to
mind our
earth, heed
our existence
upon it, care for
 our lives and all that
will occur if we cannot
consider beyond ourselves, 
if we are guided by uncertainty,
when...

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Categories: prejudice, abuse, death, earth, life,
Form: Concrete
Premium Member WE ARE BROTHERS II


 
Don’t look at me 
As though I am an alien or a stranger,
Don’t let the dagger of antipathy 
Fly out of your eyes.

I am...

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Categories: immigration, love, peace, prejudice, , cute,
Form: Free verse
A Stereotype of Me
You thought you had me figured out 
Before you knew my name 
Cause you're you and you're unsatisfied 
That I am not the same 

You'll...

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Categories: anti bullying, introspection, me, peace, prejudice,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member I am strong
I am strong

You may simply disregard me
with your arrogant throng
You may treat me with disrespect
I'm still here, I am strong

Why don't you like it when...

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Categories: character, confidence, discrimination, hate, identity, prejudice,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Mankind's Greatest Mystery (inspired by Chris Higgins)
If 2012 prophesies prove true
And Earth’s life cycles again renew
Mysteries of man will be more than a few

Challenges may await future life forms
With intellects far...

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Categories: dedication, inspirational, mysterylife, may, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Untouchable II
I sip Long Island Tea, watch your bare knees upon the tiles,
          The suits and Blaneks...

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Categories: analogy, poverty, prejudice, racism,
Form: Rhyme
Love Letter From The Soul XLIII
Modesty,

In the valley of life I S.O.A.K
mirrored
in your reflection of feel

resistance rests in the wilderness
but I will not buy her tricks

I am not long for...

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© TS Poetry  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prejudice, love,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member This All Could Be

Transitions towards a worldwide truce
Highlight our hearts, hopes, hymns and 
Inspire us to embrace peace as a truth
Spread globally strong from love’s roots.

All prayers seek...

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Categories: prejudice, change, corruption, freedom, inspirational love, love,
Form: Acrostic
Soul Stones
We swallow boulders:
(lead words, molasses covered prejudice, glass shards of promises long broken)

Mouths open wide and heads tipped back
like Hawaiian fire eaters.

Chipped teeth are bits...

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Categories: prejudice, hope, introspection, life, peace, people, sad,
Form: Free verse
Who Am I
Daughter  of Mary and  Louis
(Named after my late grandmother ) 

My name is  Charmaine
a name originated from latin
Charmaine means -a song

Eldest of...

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Categories: prejudice,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Reflecting on Police Brutality
It was the spring of ‘74 when my student peers and I
were on the tail end of a group excursion  
through southern Spain, across...

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Categories: violence, prejudice,
Form: Prose
Premium Member WHO AM I

Who am I?
This is a question that unable, I am, a
Definite answer, straightforward to give
For
Buried myself I find, under layers upon layers of 
Beliefs and...

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Categories: creation, introspection, life, world, prejudice, universe,
Form: Free verse
In My Mother's Eyes
In my mother's eyes I see my hero
I know fear is far at bay
In her words I feel protection
In her smile I see my face

Because...

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Categories: mother, prejudice,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Me Rule The World
If history has taught me anything, 
it is, that no one man, can rule the world.
Not Alexander the Great, nor Caesar,
Napoleon, and on and on...

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Categories: prejudice, philosophy,
Form: Prose
Can You Hear Me?
I never talk to you as much as I should
Just to say thank you for all of your gifts
I take for granted all that you’ve...

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Categories: prejudice, angst, faith, forgiveness, hope, introspection, me,
Form: Free verse
Existential Reprise
Before I scarred the page
Raging what your letters cannot invent
Let me invite you to other books
I wrote before you owed me wage
For all maladjustment and...

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Categories: philosophyme, old, me, old, prejudice,
Form: Free verse
SMILE AT A MUSLIM
These are just a few words about reality,
as Muslims struggle each day with individuality.

What is a Muslim and from whence does he come?
Like you and...

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© Dan Cwiak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prejudice, anti bullying, christian, discrimination, freedom, islamic,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member On The Edge
 On The Edge

He lays flat on the floor
on the edge of his mind's cliff.
Taking notes, he wonders
“Is this life worth living?”

He tries to remember,
tries...

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Categories: angst, community, conflict, desire, prejudice,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Salem Debacle
 In Salem town a sound was heard
 that shook this stool 'neath heaven’s feet. 
 'Twas Mather's voice that rang hell’s bell 
 and...

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Categories: prejudice, horror,
Form: Rhyme
Friends and Lovers who agree to disagree
Any kind of love worth having,
Understands that disagreements happen,
And does not diminish when the first disagreement surfaces,
No, it will stay around and show its true...

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Categories: prejudice, appreciation, blessing, care, character, community, forgiveness,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member What Would Wallis Say
What Would Wallis Say?

What would Wallis say if she were there that day,
a divorcee too, American through and through?
Did she offensively blink when Diana winked?
She...

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Categories: england, history, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Bird Lady of Ecclesall Woods
Her whisper gentle like the summer breeze
Calls a passing sparrow lonely and shy,
One that had escaped the northerly bise
Intoxicated from flying too high.
A welcoming hand...

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Categories: prejudice, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Beats in the air
Like melody in the warmth of a sunlit meadow
Like jingles in the journey of a sparkling stream
Like tunes in the twinkling of a moonlit night
Music...

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Categories: prejudice, music,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Human Beings Being Human
It would be great if human beings
Were great at being human
And if all of mankind
Were made up of kind men
It would be wonderful if common...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: inspirational, war, war, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme