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Prejudice Prose Poems

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


Time
Time has no beginning and no end 
One of the only two things which we can fully depend.
Time isnt timid nor meek
You can't bully a...

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Categories: age, deep, destiny, fate,



B28-P13-WHO EVER BEEN IN LOVE
POEM 13 WHO EVER BEEN IN LOVE 



WHO EVER BEEN IN LOVE IT LIES NOT IN OUR POWER RO LOVE OR HATE. 

WHO EVER BEEN...

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Categories: prose, anniversary, anti bullying, appreciation,

Little Minds
Look 
into their 
eyes.
Eager,
wanting to
know.
Wanting
to know
 what
they got
themselves 
into.
Fresh faces,
years before 
the first
wrinkle.
Blank slates
hanging on
our every 
word.
Each time, 
a clean
slate 
pregnant 
with
potential.
Each time,
A new
opportunity.
Each time,...

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© JG Collins  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, art,

Premium Member Wouldn't It Be Wonderful
If hunger suddenly disappeared world wide
If our politicians did the right thing for the people for a change
If the 1% in its entirety opened its...

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Categories: hope,

Premium Member Good Faith and Bad Seeds
The good faith of a seed
is to live together
before we die apart.

The bad faith of a seed
or an unfertilized egg
or a barren matriarchal womb
or a...

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Categories: prose, fear, gospel, health, integrity,



Premium Member Trying Times
Yes, it seems some days that our country is unraveling before our eyes.
Yes, Trump continues to follow a volatile path that is impossible to explain.
Yes,...

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Categories: hope,

Down on your knees
Did you see all those N___ on their knee
Protesting millionaire players a monopoly 

Those S O B's should be fired he declared
If its wasn't for...

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Categories: prose, discrimination, hyperbole, political, prejudice,

Premium Member Evil and Goodness
Goodness is hiding in every shadowy corner of this world
We must find a way bring it out in the open so that it’s blinding
glare drives...

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Categories: evil,

Premium Member Revolutions within Earth's Evolution
Here we have a list of antonyms.
I hope terms on the left dipolar co-define
those on the right,
and vice versa.

Form      ...

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Categories: prose, community, health, philosophy, power,

Premium Member Me Rule The World
If history has taught me anything, 
it is, that no one man, can rule the world.
Not Alexander the Great, nor Caesar,
Napoleon, and on and on...

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Categories: philosophy,

ILL KEEP BOTH COINS
There is more than one value of a Browned-Coin
and no matter how hard it may be to accept and appreciate their worth
I unlike you
have decided...

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© AC Benford  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black african american, character,

Premium Member One of Seven
One of Seven.

Prejudice a sign of intolerance.
Hate a sign of failure.
Acceptance a sign of Love.
Peace a sign of happiness.
Contentment a sign of fulfillment.
Joy a sign...

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Categories: emotions, life, wisdom,

Premium Member Earth's Humane Rights to Healthy Climates
In 1968,
a time of great concern for healthy human civil rights
for and of women as well as LeftBrain culturally dominant men,
Gregory Bateson invited a Symposium
not...

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Categories: prose, culture, earth, environment, health,

Premium Member Creative Climates for ThinkingFeeling
We are each a new way of bilateral becoming and thinking
about what a mind with body is,
where these are headed,
individually,
and as a part.

Thinking about what...

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Categories: prose, health, math, paradise, political,

Premium Member Reclusive Accountabilities
I am sick of excuses to avoid responsibility
and I am, today, sick with excuses to avoid responsibility
with "I'm just a mortal human. I make mistakes.
I...

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Categories: prose, culture, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member Sublime Terror
Let's say I am an anthropocentric terrorist.

What would we be saying? 
And isn't that redundant somehow?
If terrorists are ethnocentric,
does that not also require you to...

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Categories: prose, earth, earth day, fear,

A NEW YEARS BLESSING
May the hand of our Lord always guide you
May His tender love daily anoint your heart
May the peace of His heaven fill your world
As this...

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Categories: prose, beautiful, blessing, happiness, new

Emancipation
I feel,
A strange hunger
A hunger for freedom…
Though I have,
Yet I desire…
A deep unfulfilling kind of starvation…
Can never get too much of freedom,

Freedom…
Intangible yet priceless, 
Like...

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Categories: prose, allah, emotions, prejudice,

A NEW YEAR'S BLESSING
May the hand of our Lord always guide you
May His tender love daily anoint your heart
May the peace of His heaven fill your world
As this...

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Categories: prose, beautiful, blessing, christian, inspiration,

Premium Member Reflecting on Police Brutality
It was the spring of ‘74 when my student peers and I
were on the tail end of a group excursion  
through southern Spain, across...

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Categories: violence, prejudice,