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Prejudice Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
An evening of December Yasir Qazi Free verse prejudice, betrayal, december, evil, irony,
Willful Ignorance brian rusch Free verse prejudice, 12th grade, discrimination, judgement,
Tattered World Darius Howard Free verse prejudice, america, black african american,
Hagar the Horrible blessing Anil Deo Ballad prejudice, africa, analogy, april, black
Falsely Accused By Billions randy johnson Rhyme dark, innocence, murder, prejudice,
Murderous Sprees matthew harris Political Verse prejudice, america, anger, discrimination, education,
Absolutely Century Twenty One Andrew Battaglino Couplet prejudice, america, anti bullying, freedom,
Premium Member Poem CoLoReD Noel Flater Free verse prejudice, 10th grade, love, peace,
Diversity M. L. Kiser Acrostic prejudice, appreciation, discrimination, emotions, fear,
Premium Member Poem Frostbite Berteena Harmony Of The Soul Senryu bullying, hurt, prejudice, psychological,
Premium Member Poem Prejudice--THE REALITY --PART 1 James Edward Lee Sr. Dramatic Verse prejudice, analogy, appreciation, inspirational, judgement,
Premium Member Poem The Cigar Store Indian Tom Wright Free verse discrimination, prejudice,
Premium Member Poem State of the Union Franklin Price Rhyme america, political, pollution, prejudice,
Premium Member Poem ARCHIE'S FRUMPY LIFE Line Gauthier Limerick husband, irony, marriage, prejudice,
TELL IT TO THE MOUNTAINS Emmiasky Ojex Sonnet prejudice, mental illness, metaphor, poetry,
Premium Member Poem Polka Dot People Gregory R Barden Free verse analogy, hate, humanity, prejudice,
Bus Companion Tracy Somerville Free verse prejudice, character, discrimination, judgement, poverty,
WHO'S INNOCENT Natasha Turner Free verse prejudice,
A Cup of Moral Tea Fritz Purdum Free verse prejudice, satire,
Premium Member Poem WHAT IS THIS THING PREJUDICE---PART I James Edward Lee Sr. Dramatic Verse prejudice, appreciation, assonance, conflict, humanity,
Premium Member Poem Strange Fruit Gregory R Barden Free verse prejudice, allusion, hate, metaphor, nature,
Premium Member Poem Brainy brevity Julie Grenness Free verse prejudice, allusion, angst, anxiety, confusion,
Premium Member Poem The Mayfly Hated the Caddis Fly Caren Krutsinger Rhyme prejudice, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem How Will We Label It Caren Krutsinger Free verse prejudice, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem BEWARE HE'S CIRCLING SOUP IN A VEILED DISGUISE JAN ALLISON Free verse bullying, conflict, poetry, prejudice,
Premium Member Poem The Deal with Trucks Phillip Garcia Sonnet prejudice, america, funny love, humorous,
Premium Member Poem All Women Over Forty Are Dried Up Caren Krutsinger Light Verse prejudice, age, bullying, conflict, hello,
Premium Member Poem What If He Is A Faerie Caren Krutsinger Light Verse prejudice, 10th grade, 11th grade,
RUNNING FROM AMERICA Marc Pallanes I do not know? prejudice, america, discrimination, father, father
Boarder Land colin mitchell williams Free verse prejudice, society,
LETS WALK AND TALK - It's Corporate Speak Damian Keady Free verse anti bullying, prejudice, strength,
Premium Member Poem Nat 'King' Cole Gershon Wolf Rhyme music, prejudice, race, song,
The Colour of My Heart Brian Densham Sonnet color, heart, prejudice,
Premium Member Poem Color of My Heart John Gondolf Sonnet color, conflict, hate, prejudice,
Spit Shine Freddie Robinson Jr. Monorhyme allusion, prejudice, truth, word
Premium Member Poem The Blasphemer arthur vaso Quatrain prejudice, abuse, allah, corruption, evil,
Perpetual Queasy Student Days recess 2 matthew harris Bio prejudice, boy, discrimination, education, mental
Premium Member Poem The Saga of Mitchbogin and Sillyah Caren Krutsinger Free verse prejudice, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Last Night I Strummed M. L. Kiser Sijo prejudice, appreciation, discrimination, people, perspective,
Welfare Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble Rhyme prejudice, class, community, environment, poverty,
Premium Member Poem DISTORTION Demetrios Trifiatis Monoku judgement, prejudice,
Nothing Less than Heroic Ryan Nguyen Free verse prejudice, 10th grade, 9th grade,
Premium Member Poem We All Need Golden PP Cards Caren Krutsinger Free verse discrimination, hate, political, prejudice,
Sterotypes Amy Gillard Rhyme prejudice, anti bullying, bullying, deep,
Premium Member Poem Sunshine Mark Elam Villanelle prejudice, self,
Fossilitis Ignoratious Ed Morris Light Verse prejudice, funny, humor, humorous, mental
Premium Member Poem Rhyme - Whimsical Fantasy Caren Krutsinger Rhyme prejudice,
Bleating of the Sheep Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse cry, perspective, prejudice, wisdom,
When Stockton Cried No Pasaran Steve Sant Political Verse conflict, march, prejudice, racism,
Man or Monster Nick Ruff Rhyme prejudice, animal, discrimination, humanity, perspective,

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Prejudice Poem Example

Human Beings Being Human

It would be great if human beings
Were great at being human
And if all of mankind
Were made up of kind men
It would be wonderful if common knowledge
Was knowledge commonly known
And if the light from being enlightened
Into every heart was shown

It would be fantastic if the war to end all wars
Was the last war that we fought
It would be amazing if we learned the lessons
From every lesson we were taught
It would be cool if our freedom
To us was freely granted
And if every seed of kindness
Would grow wherever planted

It would be glorious if neighbors were neighborly
And prejudice a forgotten word
It would be awesome if we shared everything
And being greedy was absurd
It would be spectacular if the golden rule
Was golden to every man
And the good things that we ever did
Was everything that we can

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