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Funny Discrimination Poems

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

A Mad Gender
How nice they felt
To be free, 
From the dampness of humanity. 

They are plunged into a different universe
A free life of toils
A prodigal, 

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Categories: allusion, discrimination, freedom,

Premium Member Dead End Street
It's in big letters
And I can't see beyond the sign
They talk about messages
Well that one is emblazoned on my eyelids
Walk forward, stop
The end of the...

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Categories: discrimination,

Premium Member Dark Or White
is the flesh on the leg and thigh of the human 
dark meat
or is the hands and feet

the mortician says he doesn’t know
funerals are not...

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Categories: care, discrimination, funny, humor,

Citizen of Lamentation
This world seems not my home, It’s just a vacuum full of disappointments!
Where you do good for the fellows and be repaid nothing.
Be their witness...

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Categories: betrayal, discrimination, emotions,

Premium Member Haitian New Year's Poetrysoup Joumou
Bon appétit to all my fellow Haitians and friends,
Who will be drinking, sipping, savoring poertysoup joumou,
Which is made of squash, neck bones, macaroni, oxtails,
Carrots, yams,...

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Categories: discrimination, anniversary, black african american,

Black Eyes of America
I will stop reminiscing over the 1700s when the 2000s stop mirroring the same values
plantations upgraded to prisons, chains to handcuff, masters to head leaders...

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Categories: discrimination, 12th grade, black african

Disability Advocacy
It's funny how one might look down upon disability
And not regard it as an integral part of the society 
Only for then to realize that...

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Categories: change, corruption, discrimination, leadership,

Premium Member Re-Marking June
*Image of Pride Backgrounds by Pixabay.

Re-Marking June

A Pride fellow with the hockey staff,
Who is jeered by some that made them laugh,
Was to count the whole...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: celebration, discrimination, perspective, rainbow,

You wake up and feel the harsh cold of the metal table.

Someone is observing you, observing your head, arms, and legs. 

The man in the...

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Categories: discrimination, native american,

No Clowns Allowed
No Clowns Allowed

No clowns allowed; you’re not welcome here.

I could feel the other guests starting to stare.

We don't serve your kind, so be on your...

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Categories: children, discrimination,

Two Charade Clowns
There are two famous politicians who hold the stage,
they should be in this year New York's Halloween Parade
to attract huge crowds: they are stuttering Biden...

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Categories: discrimination, anger, character, conflict, culture,

Premium Member The Big Agenda
We have all gotten used to wearing our masks just like we do our bras and panties, now we need get used to wearing a...

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Categories: anxiety, corruption, discrimination, freedom,

Beware America's Democracy
When the erstwhile Tweeter-in-Chief vents
It is "Freedom of Speech," a First Amendment Right
When Democratic Party will "fight" tyrant-efforts
Defense rests on moral equivalence, yet last night

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: discrimination, america, betrayal, christian, community,

Premium Member The Call of the Peacemaker
So as I was trying to study unsuccessfully all day, attempting to get ready for tomorrow, I finally gave up. The following came out instead....

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Categories: discrimination, america, black african american,

Two Lovers Xi - Carefully Chosen Words
He is looking at her a bit sanctimoniously
He is about to mansplain again

"Am I spooking you?" he asks grinning
"I'm not trying to propose, Cutie.
God no....

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© Nad Simon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: discrimination, lost love, love,