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The Power of My Pen
I have been trying to find the right words to pen this verse, but since I came to this country my words are suppressed and my voice is oppressed. The wind is blowing furiously, and...

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Categories: anti bullying, break up, community, corruption, discrimination,
Form: Narrative



Justice is Crying in The Street
Oh my soul what hails you?
Oh my soul what awaits you?
Oh my soul why are you in despair?
Oh my soul I have not deserted you
Oh my soul I have something to share
Oh my soul I...

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Categories: anti bullying, conflict, courage, desire, discrimination, education,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Portraits of Racial Politics
“It is the custom of scholars when addressing behavior and culture to speak variously of anthropological explanations, psychological explanations, biological explanations, and other explanations appropriate to the perspectives of individual disciplines. I have argued that...

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Categories: discrimination, culture, earth, health, love, political, race, trust,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Dillen and the DMV
TO:  Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner, Chief States Attorney

FROM: Dillen Dye’s Employer

8/16/16

RE: Some apparent non-compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act; common courtesy, civil respect; freely accessible pursuit of health, happiness, and prosperity

I don’t...

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Categories: culture, discrimination, health, political, race, perspective, integrity,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Family Therapy
Feminist ecotherapists,
deeply immersed in permacultural eco-logic,
a systematic teleology of cooperative nutrition economics,
remain rarely flushed out from their camouflage.

A self-isolating,
often eremitic,
subspecies,
with shamanic nature-as-spirit tendencies,
our most articulate mentors often wander off
to pray for,
breathe and suffer and dance...

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Categories: discrimination, addiction, endurance, environment, health, judgement, political, psychological,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Beloved Face, Translation of Bharathiyar's poem Asai Mugam by T Wignesan
Translation of Mahakavi Bharathiyar’s poem: “Asai Mugam” or “Beloved Face”
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: discrimination, religion, spiritual,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Ending in a Deadly Minor Key
So here's my question for this dawning day,
like a WinWin ruminating message in a bottle
floating through a LoseLose climate sea
felt still foggy from last night,
some mysterious how now;

One of many
health related strategic WinLose issues
tuning out...

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Categories: discrimination, anger, anti bullying, dark, fear, green, grief,
Form: Political Verse
Hollywood Court in Town Part 2
The people began to say that I am the richest woman in Linstead town, and that cause many people to flock around, me and started to beg me money. Not a dollar in my pocket...

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Categories: discrimination, abuse, anti bullying, community, conflict, corruption, courage,
Form: Narrative
My Brother--Nelson Mandela, Umtata, South Africa--Tribute Poem
Nelson Mandela, crossed my spirited mind today, a visionary legend of peace, love, equality, and unity of all people.

As a prevailer of great affliction, he was like a Greek God fighting for the—"Common man!”

I had...

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Categories: brother, confidence, dedication, discrimination, inspiration, motivation, strength,
Form: Couplet
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
ABOUT   THE   PRESS


The media, the press was established as an institution to fight for humanity and human right as well. To serve as a mediator between the people underground and the...

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Categories: discrimination, freedom,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Love Lesson Planning
First, imagine, if you can,
"Love" is not just a many splendored thing,
although it is that,
but behaviorists and existentialists behavioralize
the complex of emotions and consciousness
wearing that synergetic label
as active, sometimes spontaneous
"cooperation,"
an antonym for "competition."

Now,
Imagine you grew...

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Categories: conflict, culture, discrimination, health, integrity, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 4
The Lay of The Best Man - Part 4

I ask you this: Have you ever known a man to ‘buckle under stress’?
Or have you never seen a man have a ‘moment of madness’?
Have you not...

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Categories: bullying, character, corruption, discrimination, men, vanity, women,
Form: Lay
ICOFHNOSTN Part 2
Im ostensibly merry,
But beneath the disguise,
I am divided and bare.
Craving the sweet relief of death,
Because nothing I do seems to fill the hungry belly of an overbearing culture.
I laugh to distract myself from the tornado...

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Categories: 10th grade, anxiety, bullying, culture, depression, discrimination,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 5
The Lay of The Best Man - Part Five


Have you heard about the bespectacled man who wore his glasses to bed?
Because when he awoke mornings his dreams were all blurry in his head.
And what about...

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Categories: discrimination, humanity, men,
Form: Lay
Harmless Foe
White old men are kind
White old men are divine
White old men are my brothers
White old men are inviting me to supper
White old men are my dream
White old men are very clean
White old men want to...

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Categories: betrayal, bullying, community, confidence, conflict, confusion, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MOCKINGBIRD - crown of sonnets
#1
"It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird.
When playing games with rocks or guns, defray,
them, please, ...shoot old tin cans!"  "Whispered words 
of Mockingbirds, only heal wounds of the day"

Virtues are cultivated, children are...

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Categories: children, discrimination, prejudice, integrity,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Rise Above It
A man who lacks a sleep schedule.
In a home that houses not only him
But his very own mother
His daughter who comes equipped with
Her very own mother too

Honey girl rises with the sun and sets with...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, anxiety, betrayal, deep, discrimination, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
The White Race Has a Point
The white race has a point
But that doesn't mean
They should treat us improper
The white race has a point
Nature is repeating it over and over
White snow, white moon
white Jesus, white angels
white robes, white clouds
White pedestrian crossing
White...

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Categories: america, angel, betrayal, break up, christmas, discrimination,
Form: Narrative
OK
OK

It’s ok to think I'm disabled, it’s not ok to ignore my atheism;
It’s ok to know I'm firstly an atheist, it’s not ok to assume this has always been obvious; 
It’s ok to understand that...

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Categories: discrimination, education, life, people, rights, smile, society,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member BLACK AND BLUE- -
 I am a Son of an African American
I run
my turmoils taints the history books
yet people give me evil looks
I run
I choose
Yet I am 
Black and blue, this is my physical hurt

Been given a name...

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Categories: discrimination, analogy, anxiety, appreciation, black african american, bullying,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member What is my name my name is Child of God
Test many people are unaware this
 relishing the thought
 Many things have been purchased and bought
 what is a human a thing
 Unless my color is my being
Been birth and born
Shackled dragged and torn
Been a...

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Categories: america, analogy, anxiety, assonance, discrimination,
Form: Dramatic Verse
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: discrimination, africa, america, black african american, change, confusion,
Form: Ballad
Watts Is Burning
Poet: Ken Jordan
Poem: Watts Is Burning
Edited by: Sparkle Jordan
written: July/2014


Run children run!
Run sister run!
Run brother run!

Run for your guns

We ain't backing down
Not this time -

Run through
the
poisoned 
 black smoke,

that
permeates
through
Watts -

Run pass
the
looting,

Run down
the
land mine
streets,

Run pass
the house
that's 
no longer
your home -

Run...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: discrimination, anger, black african american,
Form: Light Verse
Watts Is Burning
Poet: Ken Jordan
Poem: Watts Is Burning
Edited by: Sparkle Jordan
written: July/2014


Run children run!
Run sister run!
Run brother run!

Run for your guns

We ain't backing down
Not this time -

Run through
the
poisoned 
 black smoke,

that
permeates
through
Watts -

Run pass
the
looting,

Run down
the
land mine
streets,

Run pass
the house
that's 
no longer
your home -

Run...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: discrimination, anger, black african american,
Form: Light Verse
Adrenaline
The legal system is business operated by officers and boys in the street
The legal system is a business  fashioned to target the vulnerable and the weak
The people who cannot defend themselves or don't have...

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Categories: business, conflict, courage, culture, discrimination, freedom, gender,
Form: Narrative