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Discrimination Personification Poems

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

Congested Without Psychological Rheum
No antihistamine can 
unblock the lifetime
accumulation of stoppered emotional gunk
zapping, undermining, and polluting spunk
mine early life in retrospective avast flunk
stripped mined wasteland qua sinkhole,

where eternal...

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Categories: abuse, analogy, anti bullying,

P H S - Waiting on the Moon
I suffer from P H S
A disease most debilitating
My friends and family me they shun
Their embarrassment never ending

Gather round come supper time
I'm left in the...

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Categories: change, discrimination,

when I open the eyes, and squint properly
From above the Chetambe, and watch around fairly
I think is a nice , but together spent rarely
I want...

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Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, character,

Not Apologising
I am not apologizing for my sexual orientation
For loving what I want and not what society has dictated to me 
I am not apologizing for...

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Categories: abuse, anger, discrimination, history,

Jim Crow's Demise

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Categories: abuse, america, black african

Old Clothe
Customers come and go
they touch me roughly
complaining I’m old
I’m tired hanging here.
I want to be taken away
and tour people’s homes


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Categories: discrimination, old, satire,

The beaches
The beaches of cruel oceans
in their happy moods
send cool sea breeze
that whispers friendly 
messages of peace and comfort
to holiday-makers.
They spread their hands
in welcome to strangers

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Categories: allegory, political,

The Same Sun
Our lives are passing by and we look down
Someone with holes in their shoes and we frown
People are so different, city and town
Even if you...

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Categories: abuse, care, christian, discrimination,

Our plight
We're strong and many, beautiful and bright
We bring no harm by loving sunlight,
The others are nurtured, but we're labeled and slaughtered, 
They're given all they...

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Categories: appreciation, discrimination, flower, garden,

The Thistle's Lament
Those condescending Royals in their pristine
garden, primp and preen among the other flowers.  
Their porcelain pale skin so fragile; they make
a wide berth, around...

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Categories: allegory, discrimination, encouraging, strength,

Premium Member Can't escape my shadow
                      No matter how...

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Categories: angst, culture, discrimination, hurt,

* Weird  Science *

With pens he walks
Pocket Protectors to protect his chest
Taped up glasses on his face
Pull his pants down, call him a GEEK...

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Categories: abuse, desire, discrimination, funny,