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Prejudice Poems | Examples of Prejudice Poetry

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Premium Member Mixing in the Moonlight
Mixing in the Moonlight Dear darling, gaze ye at the blood red moon. Ancient light that calls with its bright red tones. Fret not, on the breeze there will be no tune. For the loss is great, witness...Read More
Categories: angst, baptism, discrimination, prejudice,
Form: Sonnet

Black Knowledge
White people are not your problem Satan is your problem...Read More
Categories: prejudice, america, bible, black african
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Judge Not The Thoughts Of Others
Critical thoughts not said out loud. Rumbling sounds heard through the crowd. “Who are we to judge him?”, one said. Discerning thoughts all in my head. Judging is not the task at hand. He walks and talks and takes his...Read More
Categories: prejudice, creation, introspection, judgement, perspective,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Outer Beauty
In a world consumed by fleeting time, Where outer beauty reigns, a paradigm, There is a truth that we often forget: A beauty deeper than just the skin, I bet. Such a tree with roots embedded in the ground, Its...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, emotions, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Weapons of Wonder
Weapons of Wonder By Mark Stucky If humans must wage war, let it be upon our own evils. Let there be genocide on violence and divisiveness, malice and indifference, prejudice and inequity, foolishness and falsehoods. If humans must make weapons, let us weaponize goodness, arm ourselves...Read More
Categories: prejudice, evil, hate, love, political,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member DEAR SERENA
Dear Serena Williams…I want to take a moment and apologize to you for something I didn’t say…something I did not do. As we waited under a crab apple tree for our pizza the other day a group of...Read More
Categories: hate, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
To Judge Thomas
Can they take back the rights our parents earned? Take back the Lynching and all the houses burned? Can they move you to the back of the bus? And close their doors to most of us? Stop us from just saying it's not...Read More
Categories: angst, political, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
A virtue
To forgive is to forget Even if the perpetrator has no regret Patience is a virtue for one with might A merciless executioner with bloody footprints in sight Another love, Another string A dirty little heart is all I have...Read More
Categories: prejudice, forgiveness, gothic, grief, love,
Form: Free verse
A word
In the midnight's hush, a word was whispered, A message destined for the Mooli's own kin, A task entrusted to the son's devoted heart, To carry forth, to the one he loved from within. Transformed, he became a modern-day...Read More
Categories: prejudice, anti bullying, beauty, black
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Juan tells you he is an immigrant, northern mexico
Juan tells you he is an immigrant, northern mexico that he learned to speak english in iowa and these coupled are the reason Juan's accent is different Juan is not mexican Juan lives in fear of americans Juan in america...Read More
Categories: anti bullying, prejudice,
Form: Free verse
The Fortified Hill
I didn’t know that it exists until I see an ant crawling out of a disc, I didn’t know that it exists until I see a beetle from the order of Coleoptera coming out...Read More
Categories: prejudice, business, confidence, drug, freedom,
Form: Free verse
Not where jeff is a chef
It had yet to enter Mister Jeff’s head That I know him like the back of my hands: Never would ask him bread let alone bed, News of this sure to make it to distant lands… The choice of...Read More
Categories: prejudice, conflict, fear, food, hate,
Form: Rhyme
Closing our eyes is easy…it’s probably the most excellent way to think, to hope, to dream…to make a wish…to kiss…to pray. In the quiet darkness behind our eyes is where people start to heed the teachings of their...Read More
Categories: prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Equality
Broken by the yearnings The feelings and the burnings Through inequity, the imbalance Two hearts, two souls, two hopes Never given the impartiality, The fairness, the equality – balanced Joys, promises, peace… Broken by the partialities The biases and prejudices, the favoritisms, The...Read More
Categories: prejudice, appreciation, blessing, endurance, heart,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Power of Words
Words Outlive Culminated at a cease, a fate sealed tight. Raise your thirst for fiction to set issues right. Bestow on doubt with each dense mental wave. Deception grips and reasoning cannot save. Words that are both memorable and bold. Attracts...Read More
Categories: analogy, anti bullying, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme

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