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Prejudice Political Verse Poems

These Prejudice Political Verse poems are examples of Political Verse poems about Prejudice. These are the best examples of Political Verse Prejudice poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Planning for Grace
Last night I arrived very late
for a GRACE planning team meeting.
GRACE's mission advocates against
all things racist,
whether systemic
or the normal chaos of hate
and sin 
against everyday...

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Categories: appreciation, community, culture, prejudice,



Premium Member Enough to be Dangerous
Do you know the concern?
"S/he knows just enough
about a through z
to be dangerous."

I am uncomfortably familiar
with this analysis,
a weapon often wielded
from ivory towers
overly influenced by...

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Categories: anger, community, fear, integrity,

Premium Member Intellectual Snobbery
When I was in grade school
I was, already, 
on my leftbrain dominant path
toward acting the intellectual snob.

This, in large part
my best offense,
my trump card, sadly,
against...

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Categories: appreciation, emotions, farm, gender,

Premium Member Disorganized Religion
As traumatized as I am
by the history of organized elitist creeds,
including religious and judicious,

I am even more terrified
by my experience of disorganized unnatural spirituality,
dissociated bicamerality,
unenchanting...

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Categories: culture, earth, health, humanity,

Premium Member Citizens DisUnited
Awhile back,
in the Dred Scott decision, 
SCOTUS denied rights of citizenship
to people of color
"as a subordinate
and inferior class of beings,
who had been subjugated
by the dominant...

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Categories: health, integrity, leadership, peace,



Premium Member Races WithIn
Racism research
and therapy
often oversimplify
Elite patriarchal against NonElite ecofeminist
LeftBrain dominant complexities

Confusion between LeftBrain privileged and RightBrain fragile,
Elite v NonElite
lack of win/win integrity experience
of RightBrain's repressed shadows,
felt...

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Categories: appreciation, games, peace, prejudice,

Premium Member Point of Departure
My time of promise,
before mistrust of parents
settled into growing fear
and grief into angry disappointment

Began with a visit
from a GreatHorned Owl
dying on our barbed wire fence

Announcing...

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Categories: earth, environment, health, home,

The Court of Public Opinion
An Accusation has been made,
They rush it on the front page.
Presumption of innocence long since lost;
Guilty as alleged, freedom the cost;
The nature of evidence be...

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Categories: abuse, bullying, evil, hate,

Premium Member League of EcoFeminist Rainbow Conservation Voters
There is this thought,
in Leagues of Voters,
continually arising
from East to West
and South to North
and Left to Right,

That we need to make win/win nice
with our mammalian...

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Categories: community, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member Restoring EarthJustice
I have been reading Jennifer Nordstrom's contributions
to the resilient Green Sanctuary,
a collaboratory production
giving birth to "Justice On Earth"--
which seems quite different than Donald Trump's
view of...

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Categories: community, health, humanity, integrity,

Premium Member Wrong Premises
I find it not right
nor sustainably left,
snapped the poet,
that sainted soldiers claimed healthy transitions 
toward divinely rapturous peace
to promote principles of death 
by deliberate
degenerate design.

I...

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Categories: health, integrity, peace, philosophy,

Premium Member Five WiseElders
Five WiseElders come together
hoping to complete their life circles
resonantly yin, right embodied
sacred light
resiliently yang, left enspirited
secular polypathic bright

Hearing emotions
before seeing to speak changing motions
of flow-strength,...

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Categories: age, earth, environment, health,

Premium Member Dream Dialogues
Last night
R. D. Laing
re-searched for his original Politics of Experience.

This political research
transubstantiates through sensory-neural communion
of felt right-brain experience 
re-gained through integral therapeutic re-lateralship
with MotherEarth's here...

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Categories: creation, dream, environment, health,

Premium Member Contract Against Greatness
In Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged"
she paints a nationalistically wealthy saint
where also lives a monochromatically utilitarian narcissist,
sucking on attachment to fame and power
for bought and sold...

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Categories: culture, health, integrity, mental

Murderous Sprees
Murderous Sprees...
sinister Population Control, Sans Cosmic Creator?

Maybe,... I shudder to think
up the sleeve and ornate cufflink
of divine maker, a deliberate pitch
to foist Homo sapien on...

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Categories: america, anger, discrimination, education,

Premium Member Great Expectations
A pandemic Christian evangelical error
disparagingly contrasts gospel privileged scripture,
root of all-powerful faith,
with inferior and erroneous Eastern religious traditions,

Like Buddhism
and Taoist
sanctuaries of well-governed enthusiasms,
and Hinduism,
and mysticism
and...

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Categories: analogy, green, health, philosophy,

Premium Member Conspiracy of Violence
Nationalism,
nation supremacy,
rooted in competing patriarchal capital rivalries,
is entirely incompatible with EarthPatriotism
rooted in loyalty to cooperatively healthy matriotism

Wherever MotherEarth may yet be healthy climate rediscovered
in sensory...

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Categories: community, culture, health, integrity,

Premium Member View from a Sanctuary
He retired to his sanctuary
on the Eastern shore of the Thames River
three years ago,
an often frustrated permaculture organizer
for building cooperative social health
by creatively communicating climate...

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Categories: age, america, change, health,

Premium Member Earthy Empathy
You've heard that self-unfulfilling prophecy?
"I love humanity--
it's just people I can't stand."

I love healthy humanity--
it's just wealthy and/or snooty people I can't stand

I love cooperative...

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Categories: caregiving, gospel, health, humor,

When Stockton Cried No Pasaran
The summers end was near
We smoked in the dockyard
And talked of the foe
Which even now came closer

They began to arrive
Bus loads of them
Black hearts in...

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Categories: conflict, march, prejudice, racism,