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Funny Prejudice Poems

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

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...

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Categories: prejudice, anti bullying, beauty, black

A strict district
All the folks in the district 
Know that they should walks restrict
Or guards shall restrict their walks:
Make them suspend lengthened talks
Or with lengthened talk send...

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Categories: bullying, community, places, prejudice,

Premium Member The Mime in the Airport Lounge - BOTH Audio and Text
Sitting in my wheel chair, near the stairway to a lounge, I clearly heard what sounded like some men 
Laughing hard and carrying on…it seemed...

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Categories: hate, prejudice,

Premium Member The powers we never see

The powers that be, undefined, ruthless, opaque authority 
Shapeless, bodiless, upstanding folk, coercing the majority 
Overseeing applications, supplications, ensuring conformity 
Specialists in quagmires, minefields, esoteric...

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Categories: prejudice, abuse, allegory, allusion, corruption,

Don't Marry Meredith
It's funny, because I've vacuumed under your bed 
a hundred times in the past two years
I've dusted the black bedside table
picked up your Scotch and...

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Categories: prejudice, abuse, angst, family, fate,

looking at a stone 
I smile appreciating 
earning title stoned....

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Categories: prejudice, funny, giggle, poetry, simple,

Premium Member The Deal with Trucks
The deal with trucks (should you not own a truck)
that lollipop horsepowered cylinders -
is really how remarkably well they suck
the rubber tread where the interstate...

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Categories: prejudice, america, funny love, humorous,

Premium Member What If He Is A Faerie
What if he is a faerie?
He had better be one.

.....................Husband to faerie wife.

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Categories: prejudice, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Fossilitis Ignoratious
If your ego is capacious
Or your appetite voracious
For a plucky, pertinacious
Confidence in cherished creeds,
Then your genius, though sagacious,
Conjures arguments audacious
Never seeing they’re fallacious:
Truth be told,...

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Categories: prejudice, funny, humor, humorous, mental

But They Lived There

He said
my people come from a place
where the dung beetle reigns
I heard those profane utterances
and remained composed,
though he word assassinated my ethnic character
Once upon an...

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Categories: history, prejudice, racism, truth,

Premium Member PolyBoxes ParaDoxes
I faced alarming paradoxes
as I headed toward puberty.

my King James Bible-belting parents,
extended family,
and all-hopelessly-WHITE farm community
taught me

God loves me
and all the children,
red and yellow,
and black...

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Categories: prejudice, bible, christian, gender, god,

Not Ha Ha Funny

My friends call me gay,
not ha ha funny
My enemies call me *****,
they say I dress
like an androdyous honey
My mama with tough love,
tells me:
I’m living a...

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Categories: conflict, emotions, identity, prejudice,


Black people all have rhythm and are good at basketball
   Not a single blond in the world has any brains at all
Englishmen have...

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Categories: funny, poetry, prejudice, society,

Tory, liar, cheat, tax avoider, friend of the Banksters and enemy of the people
Everyone is struggling, in debt and dismay
Why would anyone consider voting Theresa May.
Answers a question with a question
She'll say what she needs to, to win...

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Categories: prejudice, allusion, dark, people, political,

Premium Member Favorite Recurring Nightmares Part 1
Don't you think that this title is darkly divine?
But, of course, there will have to be weirdness that’s funny,
Though my nightmares are many and have...

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Categories: prejudice, anxiety, crazy, fun, funeral,