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Discrimination Prose Poems

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


NO TO XENOPHOBIA II
THE REPLY FROM THE PRESENT TO THE PAST
            (NO TO XENOPHOBIA II) 
With the...

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Categories: prose, africa, anger, discrimination, judgement,



Premium Member A Nation In Crisis
A NATION IN CRISIS…FALLING APART

It has been said that America
is an experiment in democracy.
If that is so—and it seems to be—
this country is in deep...

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Categories: prose, america, conflict, discrimination, imagery,

womenaconstantbreeze
you walk into the streets,
women, a constant breeze
is he is to satisfy your lust
or to give birth, 
as your mother does
fragile, weaker they are 
dominating...

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Categories: prose, abuse, body, change, child

Premium Member Resident Refugees
Resident Refugees…

Uprooted, abandoned and displaced;
scattered about in their own homeland—
Irrespective of gender, cultural or race,
the pursuit of happiness seems banned. 

These are the ever-present invisible...

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Categories: prose, america, analogy, discrimination, imagery,

FREEDOM WALK
its still goes on
and sets the tone
we all belong
this is the lords home
together we must plan
holds hands and talk
its the
FREEDOM WALK...

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Categories: prose, discrimination,



Premium Member An Allegory To Free At Last

An anchored statue
can no longer be a metaphor
for liberty;
like-wise neither can unbalanced scales
be a matching simile for justice—
and a cracked bell
whose sound has been eviscerated
will...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, black african

NEW YEARS WISH
love to see
the world heavenly
more  love
in  the worlds dish
this is my
NEW YEARS WISH...

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Categories: prose, adventure, discrimination,

ITS A NEW DAY
we must try
here's why
we must or bit the dust
lets  get together
the world willl be better
some us set the tone
so we can have our say
ITS...

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Categories: prose, america, discrimination,

RIGHTS HAS NO COLOR
we' all the lords child
walk with a smile
we're sister and brothers
no matter if your
Black or white
make a stand together band
RIGHTS
HAS NO CORLOR


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Categories: prose, discrimination,

RIGHTS
life is a tone
to go on
some words or strong
you belong
to be apart of life
always
stand up mabe fess
for your
RIGHTS...

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Categories: prose, discrimination,

Premium Member Do Your Grandchildren A Favor
In the olden days at school the only time we heard squealing in elementary class was when Kitty wore a new hair bow like ours,...

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Categories: prose, grandchild, grandparents, school,

Premium Member Why God Made Poets
WHY GOD MADE POETS

I once asked God
why He made poets.
He said: I needed someone
with a big mouth who'd communicate
the ups and downs of life
in an...

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Categories: prose, blessing, courage, dedication, devotion,

FREEDOM SONGS
the music help change
some sing of the  insane
people who didn't care
thur music was made aware
tho some or gone
freedom music lives on
we shall over come...

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Categories: prose, discrimination,

HOW THE WORLD CHANGE
its a new day
we all has our say
it was  tough
and rough
to have things
that love brings
some people was insane
this is
HOW THE WORLD
CHANGE...

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Categories: prose, adventure, discrimination,

THEY OPEN THE DOOR
kept this in mind there was a time
there was no hope
we could not  vote this is no joke
it was pickett line\
carry sign
nodoudt shots rang...

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Categories: prose, discrimination,

BLACKS HIWAY TO FREEDOM
its been long road
reaching there gold
from the slave ship
been beat   with whip
this has been long trip
for some many africa american  black
some hang...

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Categories: prose, africa, discrimination,

ITS WORLD OF CONFUSTION
this is  a new day
everyone like to have say
so many don't won't that
you can get wack
thats a fact
just for speaking your mind
we must leave...

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Categories: prose, depression, discrimination,

A SHOUT OUT FOR PEACE
A SHOUT OUT FOR PEACE

*******************

A - All play
B - Ball, make that
C - Call, a shout out for world peace!
S...

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Categories: prose, peace,

Premium Member Notes From Another Poem Bodering On Today
Notes From Another Poem Bordering On Today

“I cannot cry for the children
of others—
the deaths of my own have drained dry
the wells of my eyes—
red orbs...

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Categories: prose, allegory, america, analogy, children,

Premium Member I Am Also Yours
I Am Also Yours…He Said Of Her
(Apropos A Beloved Child)


Not until you have been 
‘bused and scorned like me,
can you ever know how it is...

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Categories: prose, 7th grade, allegory, analogy,