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Segregation Poems - Poems about Segregation

Segregation Poems - Examples of all types of poems about segregation to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for segregation.
Premium Member Being Black Is a Race
...Being Black is a race. A race against time A race from the police A race from racism A race from ourselves A race from poverty, drugs and abuse A race within our race against our own kind, to......Read More
Categories: segregation, beautiful, black african american,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Spiritual
...Living in the reservation Must have been habitual Colonization – segregation This is so spiritual I can’t bear this anymore Yet I have to carry on Doing things I did before In the years long ......Read More
Categories: segregation, loneliness,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member O, To Be Alive and Cynical Today
...In this age of post-civility not to mention post-amiability I find most posts I read full of hostility... It's the era of post-biology as well as post-ideology 'TBD Birth ......Read More
Categories: segregation, america, history, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lady Liberty She Lied To Me
...*Inspired by Tupac Shakurs Poem Panther Power Lady Liberty she Lied to me So, I stole her torch lit my soul on fire and now I'm Free as bizarre as it seems the American Dream is not what it's......Read More
Categories: segregation, inspiration, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ctrl Alt Delete
...Oh, God that you push Ctrl Alt Delete Reboot with a clean startup New direction unto many feet Receive living water from your cup Defragmenting this inside cluster Causing confusion to run slow......Read More
Categories: segregation, fate,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Wholly Spirit Inspired
...A blow is smote, the poet wrote Lines appear, almost innate, from pen upon The paper A yearning presence presses in with thoughts And visions; senses spin, much to ponder? The coldness So impers......Read More
Categories: segregation, christian, freedom,
Form: Rhyme
The Square Root of Beirut
...The Square Root of Beiruit    Ten men bending while theyre pretending to be near the ending A capitalist nightmare glares like rotten fruit The squate root of Beiruit No it isn’t fair, so they’l......Read More
Categories: segregation, introspection, life,
Form: Rhyme
Graces For the Loved and the Lost
...Graces for the Loved and the Lost To the sweet graces afforded to us from above To the hand of tender guidance that is only born from Love To the broken boxer taking off his boxing gloves To t......Read More
Categories: segregation, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme
The Conditions of Living
...The Conditions of Living Stark organisations of my observations Respond to beauty with pure elation Instead of chronic devastation Process the abject consternation From contrived over-satur......Read More
Categories: segregation, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Have a Dream
...*Inspired by DR. King I Have A Dream, That one day this nation will Rise Up above the Defilements of Lesser Creeds and live a Life of Purpose, Truth, and Freedom for the betterment of Huma......Read More
Categories: segregation, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Florida's Racist Policies
...In the land of sunshine and sandy shores, Where palm trees sway and seagulls soar, There lies a state with a troubled past, A place where prejudice was cast. Florida, a jewel in the Southern cr......Read More
Categories: segregation, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Silent Opera
...Notice in silent anticipations softening distinctions empower fluidity, blending Language Culture Communication, symbol recreating systems. Consider how apparent differences between discr......Read More
Categories: segregation, community,
Form: Political Verse
The Millennial Monster
...Mamma always told me “I’m the ringer to another middle finger” a drop out set to run out; born to serve coffee. Two sugars or a lump its one & the same, one day in & two nights out, the flow of......Read More
Categories: segregation, america, culture, engagement, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...Dull shackles An accessory to a crime Worn out from repeated abuse Of oppression for profit, for personal gain The cracking of a whip A contributor to paralysis The inability to move Petrifi......Read More
Categories: segregation, abuse, discrimination, hurt, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ruby
...Ruby Ruby Bridges was one of the first Black American pupils in a 'White' school after racial segregation was declared unconstitutional. It was November 14th, 1960 when six year old Ruby sa......Read More
Categories: segregation, black african american, discrimination,
Form: Free verse

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