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Discrimination Poems | Examples of Discrimination Poetry

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Premium Member six of one
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Categories: creation, deep, discrimination, growth,
Form: List



SIXTH
Skin and bone let them go Leaving our souls alone Tell them sure to God Not all of these mess How the sixth they all missed...Read More
Categories: dark, death, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
Hoper
I've been subjugated I have hidden scars behind this beautiful face people just rushing without staring a glance I hid every inch of those scars that no plaster can amend them My body shivering...Read More
Categories: confidence, courage, discrimination, emotions,
Form: Bio
DARKEN WHITE CREED
DARKEN WHITE CREED Its hiding behind fake smile Deep down not less than a mile River of joy and sadness Flows from the same source Salt and fresh water Meet at same point, later Black and white classified Human magnified Can’t intertwine Same air we...Read More
Categories: anger, discrimination,
Form: Didactic
Merciless Beast
Human without humanity is a merciless beast It doesn't matter how educated he is Human without humanity is a merciless beast It doesn't matter how many degrees he has Human without humanity is a merciless beast It doesn't matter how...Read More
Categories: discrimination, anti bullying, anxiety, care,
Form: Classicism



Different Ways
There’s not two ways of talking, Two different points of view, Many different angles to deflect, Crazy pavements, something new. There’s not another teller, Presenting a link or chunk, Framing circularly the story, To nurture any cell’s hunk. There’s not a plus one...Read More
Categories: atheist, character, cool, discrimination,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Sinking of a Titanic Ego
The Sinking of a Titanic Ego! The oil slicks still present though his ship’s deep-six, mind’s pollution disaster, scum’s scourge on high seas, the weird child of George Orwell, George Wallace, “BAD” Shane! (1) Wonks filled truth full of...Read More
Categories: anti bullying, corruption, discrimination,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Reformation
Some may feel, a bit apprehensive. To some this poem, will be offensive. We're quick to assume, without any evidence. We're played by our emotions, without any reverence. Like the belief that America, is a racist nation. Here is a,...Read More
Categories: discrimination, abortion, america, black african
Form: Rhyme
IMMORTAL LIFE
Life is to live With eternal love Love's to integrate Not to discriminate Role of human changes But their love has no ranges Abash them with kind To punish the wrong and unkind Invention is obviated To live every mortal being uninterrupted...Read More
Categories: age, change, creation, discrimination,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member More Than A Glance
More Than A Glance ...Read More
Categories: appreciation, community, devotion, discrimination,
Form: Limerick
Nightfall in the Shanties of Lagos
Before dusk, Before dark when the rustle of the day is dawn Inbetween those tankers, you will see them In the robes of odour Decorating the hollow corners of fear Their faces, carries no pity They are lord...Read More
Categories: 8th grade, discrimination, environment,
Form: Free verse
I Wasn't Mentally Ill I Was Manipulated
A people person made to not like people I've known the worst ones, spiteful, evil, I gave sympathy they pointed out the wimp in me I gave time they mocked and undermine I showed compassion and offered protection no such fashion came my direction When...Read More
Categories: discrimination, anti bullying, anxiety, depression,
Form: Rhyme
Wisdom
Do these crows have a name, What do they talk amongst themselves? Do they gossip as to who makes the best takeaway dish. Do they go to school and learn numbers, wear masks during air travels....Read More
Categories: beautiful, discrimination, emotions, endurance,
Form: Free verse
YOU REALLY DONT KNOW ME
Confuse my kindness, with that of weakness Mistake my silence, to be speechless Misread my confidence, as conceit Assume my failures, predict defeat Should I be quiet, I’m apprehensive But speak my mind, I’m too defensive Words of slander, to defame...Read More
Categories: discrimination, encouraging, humanity, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme
Gen-Z Ruling 2021
Gen-Z Ruling 2021 Gen-Z is what they call us we are the next leaders of America. We have to make a difference for the next generation. We need to make the world what it should’ve been before....Read More
Categories: 9th grade, america, discrimination,
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Discrimination Poems

Definition | What is Discrimination in Poetry?