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Burning Bush

His hatred lingers deep in the depths of his soul
A soul supposedly ruled by religion(Christianity)
Where the New Testament teaches peace, love, and unity
He mocks every step that Christ himself took
He's erasing our Judea-Christian laws
He's erasing second chances
He's erasing the progress we have made towards racism
He thinks he's a burning bush that everyone should listen too
but hopefully this bush turns to ashes
Cokbod Lodwogo

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Truth is stranger than friction

The joy of truth is
that it can be funnier,
than fiction.

On September 16 the referee
suspended a football match
following complaints by the spectators
that the players on both
multicultural or should I say
multiracial teams
had been racially abusing each other
with terms like 'black bastard'

a player corrected this, explaining
that it wasn't racial abuse but
'sledging' - to put off
players from kicking penalties etc.:
'Sure it was abuse, but there
was no racism'

well that's alright then, after all
it's a multi, er, cultural society
and the tackling was clean and
good sportsmanship sorta
Michael Shepherd

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some homes breed love
some homes breed hatred

some homes breed moderation
some homes breed extremes

some homes breed worldliness
some homes breed racism

some homes breed kindness
somehomes breed religious bigotry

throw in illiteracy and any country would be blown to bits
john tiong chunghoo

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We and them

each we and them
are heavy, especially
when used with
self indulgence
at both ends

each becomes a
two pointed sword

each we weighs a kilogram
and them another kilogram
put them all together
they would easily wear,
tear down a country
sinking it in broad daylight

if all the wes and thems
could be translated into
a love for the country
each citizen would
emerge strong, and proud
that he or she has started out
with a heart of gold
a sincere attempt to
help make a difference to
everybody's life
throwing racism to the winds

all the self serving wes and thems
melted down and soldered
into wes, wes and wes so that
they are now a gigantic piece of gold
glittering to the world
john tiong chunghoo

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