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Charlottesville Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
License to Breathe Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse charlottesville, imagery, metaphor, perspective, truth,
My Home Virginia kevin hailey Rhyme Rhyme charlottesville, history,
Loving Coincidences Anil Deo Choka Choka charlottesville, america, august, birthday, black
Time is running out for president Trump Robin Silver Rhyme Rhyme charlottesville, evil, political, prejudice, race,
Make America Great Again Huh Okanagan Bell Rhyme Rhyme charlottesville, america, conflict, corruption, humanity,
Premium Member Poem Charlottesville Ryan Lucas Lyric Lyric charlottesville, discrimination, freedom, political, prejudice,
Texas In My Mind Abimbola Mosobalaje Davis Epic Epic charlottesville, america, caregiving, emotions, friendship,
Charlottesville sean ferris ABC ABC charlottesville, philosophy, political, social, society,
Premium Member Poem Name of Heather Heyer James Horn Limerick Limerick charlottesville, allegory, analogy,
Silence is Deafening Freddie Robinson Jr. Rhyme Rhyme charlottesville, allusion, dark, political, truth,
Fake White Supremacy Anil Deo Bio Bio charlottesville, abuse, anti bullying, bereavement,
Premium Member Poem Charlottesville Emile Pinet Quatrain Quatrain charlottesville, america, angst, anxiety, bullying,
Premium Member Poem Where Heads Butt James Horn Couplet Couplet charlottesville, humorous,
Superman mike dailey Rhyme Rhyme charlottesville, anniversary, health, loss

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Charlottesville Poem Example


I saw Nazis march yesterday
upon the streets of Charlottesville.
And with swastikas on display
crazed members chanted blood will spill.

I saw Satan grinning with pride
at racial slurs shouted in hate.
And bigots standing by his side
help the violence escalate.

I saw torches light up the night
snaking through the black neighborhoods.
And skinheads looking for a fight,
all they were missing were white hoods.
I saw white supremacists proud
of drawing blood and spreading fear.
And a car plow into the crowd
its intentions perfectly clear.

I saw President Trump place blame  
on both sides for this killing spree. 
And a shocked nation reel in shame
at how callous he seemed to be.

I saw what might be the end of
tolerance and democracy.
For mantras of hate replaced love
with smugness and hypocrisy.

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