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  117.     

PLANET OF THE DOLLS

On the planet of the dolls,

Razel the puppet is not

wanted at all.

Razel replies with a grin,

“This is discrimination.

just because I don’t

have stuffing

inside of me,

doesn’t make you more happy.

I am hollow without a doubt,

and I am proud when I shout.”

I’m the evilest puppet of all,

I would never want to be a doll! ”

Written by Suzanna Chevalier on April 11,2011
 
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  118.     

black and white diamonds

Hatred for a race
is never so grace
it hurts more than a graze
or mace in the face

Whats with all this discrimination
even Wayne said forget segregation
with black and white diamonds
Southners forget your demons

You claim to follow the one above
yet you show his children no love
why not show brothers and sisters respect
read the bible that I bet you neglect

Color is only skin deep
not worth making people weep
no single race has different meat
together we can stand as elite

Lord is judge
he needs no jury
and he is true purity
we laugh at you trying so hard to judge me seriously
 
Gabriel Williams

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  119.     

A Dreamer’s Dream

My dream is to become a dreamer,
a dreamer who all his wishes will come true one day,
a happy dreamer who wishes the happiest and best things to all dreamers’ dreams,
a dreamer who wishes to change this dangerous world to a better world,
A world without racism, discrimination, segregation, and brothers killing their brothers,
But yes, a dreamer who wishes this world to change into a paradise,
A world that everybody will respect, every dreamers dreams.

By, Djeison Barros
 
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  120.     

Seven Swords

Seven swords of happiness
Come with greed
Come by lust
Stay behind the uncontrolled love
Deceit made of slyer
Abused faith
Discrimination of humanity
Liabilities
Upon the weak, the poor and the needy
While lavish ceremonies create history.
 
Malaya Roses

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