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Poem Details | by Sona Wilae |
Categories: black african american, blue, depression, discrimination, heartbroken, , black love,

My Black

My black bleeds the same color red
My black breaths the same air
My black causes death instead
Of life.
My black should live loud and free
My black is me. 
My black loves you
My black loves are true.
My black served the same country
Pride.
My black is set aside
Like last nights trash
Yet I ask, does your color
Mean right, and my black
Mean wrong?
What a sad black song.


Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: discrimination, god, love,

APPROACHING GOD




The more we open our hearts to God the more the barriers that divide us vanish! 









© Demetrios Trifiatis
    30 November 2018


Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: discrimination, love,

IT IS NOT HARD TO LOVE







No, my friend,

It is not hard for us to love one-another 

But

Hard it is to liberate ourselves from all prejudices

That 

Prevent us from loving one-another!








© Demetrios Trifiatis
    29 November 2018






Poem Details | by ZINE Hadjira |
Categories: discrimination,

As red as love

As red as love
Since additives have been used in feelings
Globalization has changed a lot of things
Hate is green, love is red and tolerance has bled
A day for love, another for water, and a third for bread
Days are couloured but the world is black.
Stars are bright but, skies are dark.
Torture and sufferings are endless.
Diseases, wars, hunger and stress.
Our kids dream of joy and happiness
Too much talk but, little action is meaningless.


Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: discrimination, hate, love, soccer,

IF PEACE IS TO THRIUMPH

The Melting Pot is a city
where everyone seems
to live in harmony...
although racism and hate 
sometime make ugly headlines!


On Saturday Ballotelli
brought glory to Italy,
we was praised for his decisive goal;
how can we, as a civilized nation, allow haters 
to spread prejudism among us and build a thick wall?  
It's ignorance that causes
unkindness to others
of different colors and faiths!


My adapted city should be an example of hope
for everyone who wants to make it their home;
I have lived here and seen changes in people
who came together when tragedy stroke:
the wrathful hurricane Sandy was one of them!
If peace is to triumph, there must be love in all!

Poem Details | by Bj Fard |
Categories: absence, abuse, addiction, age, anger, baptism, basketball, body, bullying, care, cat, celebration, child, childhood, children, conflict, crazy, creation, dedication, discrimination, dream, education, family, kids, forgiveness, growth, hate, health, heart, hero, lost, magic, miracle, music,

Love And Pricks

I Love the elderly so full of history I love my generation who kept me a mystery I love the children who's future, now bright for I have died for them to capture the light for i understand pain more than ever once I released it the anger got better as it went away from the people and into my music without a single reason to prove it without a reason to let Love's light in I didn't, it found me and lesser I sin God and my father both let me know it would all be okay so very long ago even tho the road would be full of pricks even back then I'd tell them you can all suck my dick. -Bj Fard

Poem Details | by Joanna williams |
Categories: confusion, desire, discrimination, hate, judgement, love, sin,

The Crime Of Love

Shall I suppress the hankering of love,
And behold one’s stifle whispering bare,
Or quench thy besmirch of venom thereof,
Or bedight thy fog, doer of despair?
Before perceiving wisdom of thy crime,
Judgement of thyself no question make,
When desires approach years of prime, 
Must respect and morals themselves forsake?
Though slavery gone captured we still be,
Yet must we all have thy person to blame?
Praise thy duets of similarity,
Forswear injustice and love all the same, 
          So even I not man still do yet swain
          For love alone must I wish to gain.

Poem Details | by threase robinson |
Categories: discrimination, emotions,

Love doesn't discriminate

Love is not discriminating
It does not discriminate
Your color 
Education you have 
Your bank account
Your sex orientation
Material things you have or don't have 

Love is love 

So go and love with all your heart 

Because love doesn't discriminate

Poem Details | by GERT WEWEGE |
Categories: abuse, care, christian, discrimination, love, racism, sun,

The Same Sun

Our lives are passing by and we look down
Someone with holes in their shoes and we frown
People are so different, city and town
Even if you wearing rags or expensive gown

All our hearts pump the same red
Some of us are lucky to have bread
Cold winter nights in a warm bed
Others living like, the walking dead

Our hearts have gone to stone
Every breath we take is on loan
Regardless your palace or time-zone
Is everyone too afraid of the unknown

After all is said and done
And caring less for everyone
In the long run
We are all under the same sun

Poem Details | by Mike Conway |
Categories: africa, america, angst, bible, black african american, books, business, childhood, christian, conflict, dedication, desire, discrimination, dream, earth, emo, emotions, evil, father, god, history, how i feel, inspirational, jesus, journey, judgement, love, men, metaphor, spiritual, student, symbolism, usa, wisdom, words,

Pledge Not The Allegiance

It's the third verse,
I got the urge to purge
All the curt words I've splurged,
I've submerged in sin,
I'll go to church repent,
Then go curse again,
Lets reverse this trend
We nurse tolerance,
When it might offend,
If I white wash my fence,
So try to not get tense,
When I do not defend, 
Those who chose to be dense
And not use their two cents,
To show kids the reverence,
For the pledge of allegiance.

Poem Details | by Afolabi Muideen |
Categories: abuse, betrayal, discrimination, divorce, imagery, love hurts,

WHY

Happy married life
They greeted, eyes filled with love
Like mouth and tooth love
Or fish ans water love
Three years passed
Or after a kid
They become the sun
And the moon
Why........
Why........
What makes it gone
While it supposed to maintain

This write is asking a question that I myself can't answered, I have tried a lot of times, but all my answers were not tangible, since marriage is for better and for worse. I know you are here for me to answer this.
Sun and moon have the same thing in common! But why is it that they can't become ONE, please why did love vanished between two lovers after they had married.

Poem Details | by Blake Holland |
Categories: absence, abuse, addiction, adventure, age, anxiety, bullying, care, change, city, conflict, corruption, courage, creation, cry, death, depression, desire, destiny, discrimination, feelings, god, heart, heartbreak, how i feel, hurt, image, imagery, imagination, inspirational, jealousy, life, loneliness, lonely, love, nature, passion, prayer, psychological, religious, remember, society, sorrow, sorry, spiritual, suicide, wisdom,

Heartache On 4th Street

  How can I live my life
  Always standing in front of a knife
  So I'll get on the night train
  And I'll go to Spain
  I'll leave this kingdom, this life, and this shame
  So there won't be any more pain
  And so there won't be any one to blame.

Poem Details | by Denis DNT |
Categories: abuse, anti bullying, discrimination, gender, god, love, romantic,

Rise Love

Wonderland of wanderers,
Ornament of our world,
Ministers of love 'n lovers,
Embodiment of a gold world,
Nonacceptance to m' folks,

You dare love, you forever lovers!
Only God can hold you folks back,
Ubiquitous ferocious lovers.

Rise Venus, rise Urania, rise Aphrodite!
Ointment for the heart's bruise.
Come Venus, come Urania, come Aphrodite!
Kill this hate, let love live, let women live.


Denis DNT
Shanghai, 2009.

Poem Details | by Lara Wash |
Categories: change, discrimination, faith, feelings, imagination, love, poets,

Simple

A simple hello
A simple smile
A simple

"I'll see you in a little while"

Poem Details | by Naddy Zahari |
Categories: break up, discrimination, heartbreak, lost love, pain, poetry, sad love,

Different

If this love was
sifted from the ashes of ruination; 
conjured from marshes filled with polluted tears of the mournful;
dripping from the hearts of those who roam the streets of despair...

If it were unconventional, 
and unworthy of a crown
because of its vile and putrid sentiment:
what would you call it then?

Poem Details | by Kurtis Collins |
Categories: adventure, analogy, anti bullying, childhood, culture, discrimination, divorce, dog, sad, sad love, voice, words,

To Some

To some, same is wrong;
If love could be such a crime, 
To some, same would be

No love should be under threat 
For one's fancy to be met







Poem Details | by Xuefeng Pan |
Categories: appreciation, blessing, caregiving, discrimination, friendship, i love you, relationship, together,

Please treat me nicely, please do

Please treat me nice and fair, please do
No prominent in life though, I have a pure soul 
Staying in the land, I have no special goals 

I am full of affections for the land and
I really do, where carved my old times
Also, paved my roads, where 
My parents and my friends are still alive 
And  I love them really much, I love them so

Please treat me nicely, please do
I am an absolute gentleman having a great soul
Please treat me fairly, please do
I am nearly a saint having extraordinary pursuits

Poem Details | by A Yorkshire Poet |
Categories: abuse, betrayal, discrimination, hate, heartbroken, mother son,

Family tie-family die-Family love-bad blood

You shoot me then blame me for pointing the gun.

You stab me then insist that I carve the meat.

You drown me but expect me to breathe

You spit on my memory then ask it to forgive.

You want control of my life or you don't want me to live.

Poem Details | by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble |
Categories: beauty, children, culture, discrimination, friendship, love, racism,

Why Does The Colour Of One's Skin Matter

Read all about it
Black is a colour
Its not who I am
White is a colour
Its not who you are
I am, who I am
You are, who you are
I see a person
Who do you see
I have two eyes
Two ears, a nose and a mouth so do you
When we bleed the rivers pour red
When we hurt our hearts go cold
When we are angry we all yell
When we are happy we rejoice
When we give birth we are overwhelm
Your children are like my children
Why is the colour of our skin so important.

Poem Details | by rick howarth |
Categories: anger, best friend, discrimination, how i feel, love, pets,

Dog Lover

People say we 
seem compatible mates,
that’s moronic !...
she HATES DOGS !! 
which
 is pretty ironic
being she’s such a 
constant bitcher,
and that label,
that descriptor,
insofar as it is able,
shows how a
lack of compatibility,
however hard it might be,
is fair for her. 
Au contraire
the canine,
whose character
I would define
and describe
as being
“Loyalty personified”
I prefer.
You see,
DOGS CARE, 
life enriching
presences.
So I won’t be 
hitching up with her.
She thinks that
stroking her back
and doggystyle
I find delightful, 
but that’s
so uninsightful.
She’ll be 
catatonic 
knowing that 
real love for me is
dog platonic



Poem Details | by Bryan Dueck |
Categories: beauty, deep, discrimination, judgement, love hurts, moving on,

OH YOU WHO JUDGE

Oh you who judge,
How quick you decide wheat from chaff,
Good from bad beautiful from ugly,
How quickly you throw away that which may be your salvation,
Yet the standards in which you measure do you not yourself?
How quick you belittle your neighbor to lift yourself,
Have you no imperfections?
or is the imperfections of others the pedestal in which you stand?
How quickly you laugh at the hurt of the ones you trample,
I sought your hand to lift me up but only received your laughs as I fell,
Death you great liberator you are the only one who does not judge..... 
 

Poem Details | by Christian Fuller |
Categories: death, discrimination, heaven, humanity, love, pride, religion,

Do Gays Go To Hell

Early 12th day
Into the month after may
50 people were killed
Because they were gay
I sit here with tears in my eyes
Sitting, thinking
And to my suprise
A thought came to my head
But I don't know why
I thought to my self
About the book on my shelf
The oh so holy bible
And the religions deciples
What do they think
Are they happy to hear of this news
Are they glad that there gay
And that they were blown away
They say bullshit sells
Is that why they think gays go to hell?

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: child, discrimination, inspirational love, parents, people,

KIMO THERAPY

Not all disabilities can be seen
Folks give disapproving looks...
they see ‘poor behaviour’

An Asperger’s child’s world is confusing
YOU understand their ‘melt downs’
and try to calm them down

Please remember you are brilliant parents
Your child brings such challenges
they also bring much joy

Kimo Therapy Contest
Sponsored By Carol Connell

7/12/18

Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: culture, discrimination, dream, earth, health, humanity, love,

Prodigal Son Dreams

Palsied son of prodigal love,
Do your crippled legs dream in swimming strong?
Do your strong arms and back and chest
dream flying across Earth's inviting nest?
Does your mute voice
dream in full orchestral operatic voice
flowing out through mouth and nose
and back in your ears and mind and body
becoming well-dreamed flight of harmonic truth
for you
with all you love?

Poem Details | by Danielle Brooks |
Categories: beautiful, black african american, black love, discrimination, little sister, society, uplifting,

Caramel

To my sisters who will never realize how much I love them,
Who I hope will never have to know the world hates them-
Because their skin is caramel.

To my sisters who look up at me with eyes that sparkle like diamonds, 
Whose innocence is bliss beyond compare, 
But will soon not be, like a gazelle attacked by a lion. 

To my sisters who are beautiful like a summer sunset, 
And I who will make sure they know and never forget, 
You are beautiful because your skin is caramel.