~ Poetry Through My Eyes and My World ~    [Author's Home Page!]
  86420   Poems Read   


[Poetry PoetryPoem] [Poetry Search] [Contact Us] [FREE Site] [Home] [Poets] [Login]


A Gift Worth Having

So Proud

Dust

Forever Love

Damn, Damn, Damn!!!

Poetry Poem

The Strength of a Woman

More Poetry >>

Racism

Love me for who I am
Not the color of my skin
I am only human
Don't treat me like I'm not
I deserve the best in life
As well as anyone else
We are all the same
And should strive for the best
We all are created equal
No one is better than the rest
You should love me for who I am
And not the color of my skin
The cycle must stop now
For the past will repeat itself again
End racism NOW
It's something we should ALL try
If we don't start now
The human race will die
The violence must cease
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fought
For justice and for peace
Make a change for the best
Everything must start with you
By times come
The change will come
From the rest




11 February 1994
By Skandlouswrds



Learn how to get rid of ads on your poetry pages
Email Poem






Email Poem

monique Message from Monique - Free videos for your poetry. Check them out Go to Poetry Poem youtube channel and get the embed  
YouTube
dreamweaver POETRY BY KRIS ~ DREAMWEAVER - ~WELCOME TO DREAMLAND~ Read my Poems to Know me. I am in my poems.  
dreamweaver
poet5170 Poetry by Elsie - *WELCOME TO MY WORLD* ~ Read my poems full of fact, fiction and fantasy.  
poet5170
malibupoetess Life Lines by Malibu Poetess - Straight forward prose and poetry on life, love, joy and disillusionment.  
malibupoetess
norrie5 Message in poetry - personalised poetry, red heartshaped bottle extra special gift for a loved one  
norrie5
waterdragon Our Next Poet Laureate! YAYA! - Remarkable contemporary poetry by award-winning author of Out of Cullen Street (A House of Madness)  
waterdragon
athanase Poetry by athanase - Feedback and critique requested.  
athanase


©2000 - 2022 ------- Individual Authors of the Poetry. All rights reserved by authors

Sign Guestbook Read Guestbook

   Tell someone about this Poem.    blank

[ Control Panel ]
Last 100 Poems

Search over
400,000 poems!