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Racism Poems | Examples of Racism Poetry

Racism Poems - Examples of all types of racism poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for racism.
Premium Member Too Much For Today's Society
Too much for today's society Too many deaths in the family Too much violence in the streets. Too many hostilities by the police Too many deaths by the police Too many murderers in the streets. Too many innocent victims Too many in...Read More
Categories: racism, anti bullying, bullying, death,
Form: Rhyme

The Unconventional Conflict
The brew in Mid East Is a high back that trigger, Another World War....Read More
Categories: conflict, culture, identity, racism,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Jews vs Palestinians - it must end
Why this never ending hate Where impressionable young men swallow jaundiced bait, To kill and maim - all in the name of their one prophet, Unleashing burning mayhem with rocket after rocket. Has discourse and humanity disintegrated to this...Read More
Categories: death, depression, forgiveness, racism,
Form: Quatrain
Scorched Earth
Written By: D. Collins 11/15/23 Just like I said before, I hear it in their voice. To avoid 10/7 again kill all Palestinian boys. Make sure there is no indication it will happen again. Just bomb the civilians...Read More
Categories: racism,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Song of Schools
In the land of opportunity, we stand with hope so bold, But low salary earners face a tale that's left untold, In the UK's schools, they teach with hearts so pure, Yet their efforts go unnoticed, like a...Read More
Categories: racism, beautiful, conflict, education, forgiveness,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Good Advice for Ne'er-Do-Well Naysayers
To suffer the insults of fools is a worthless thing. Dismiss, and disregard, unthinking, tactless fellows; who've nothing else to do, like court jesters of a king, than...Read More
Categories: racism, abuse, evil, hate, jealousy,
Form: Alexandrine
Premium Member Death to all the Angels
Death to all the angels, Death in the crying sky. The eyes of hungry babies probe us. They plead with us in abject terror. In ghettoized Gaza, No mother and child will sleep, Bombed as they weep, They are the fish in...Read More
Categories: racism, angel, children, death, fear,
Form: Free verse
A Letter To My Nephew
Dear J I’m sorry this is the world you live in, walking the streets judged by both sides. I know you’re called a milky way- not fitting in to the black or white divide. But if you could choose who...Read More
Categories: racism, anger, black love, conflict,
Form: Free verse
True love in this world a rare sight to be seen Racism should first of all never have been. True love holds no bars, colours not seen One cannot love truly or knows what it means Why think you...Read More
Categories: humanity, racism,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Racism
These days my wife and I are in Australia for a holiday We walk down to Coogee beach every other day A signage screams, ‘racism not welcome’ ‘Who’re they addressing’ we hum Opposite is McDonalds eat out From within...Read More
Categories: racism,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member On Myrtle Beach Pier
I remember the high arc of your line casting into horse-maned waves, strong hands as yet untroubled by trembling, easily reeling smaller fish to throw back in, again and again, a circle of give and take, and how after...Read More
Categories: family, memory, racism,
Form: Free verse
Europe did not conquer Christianity Christianity conquered Europe...Read More
Categories: racism, africa, black african american,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Seek Peace and Pray
Seek Peace And Pray Miracle Man 10/9/2023 Man can’t get along because of our divergence, and owing to this we live in constant dispute. We play the race card and wait for resurgence, we perpetuate false narratives and often confute. At each...Read More
Categories: racism, conflict, god, judgement, peace,
Form: Quatrain
Ode To Ambedkar
Part - I O bright star! Where have thou gone? For thy beams are needed again, To warm thy followers’ lives forlorn. Few robbed breads thou baked, most sans gain. Till thy rise, it was densely dark, Large folks were made...Read More
Categories: racism, appreciation, dedication, in memoriam,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Racists
Racists today are those who label others racists. It’s no different than labeling someone a witch long ago in the hope of directing the hysteria of the crowd their way. People who are insecure for whatever reason need to bring others down to...Read More
Categories: racism, society,
Form: Narrative

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