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  201.     

Raciam & Bulling

i feel dead to the world
i feel like there is no middle anly a begining and a end
i feel like ther is no best only a best friend
i feel like it's there, but where?
i feel raped of my color
i feel lost in this unfinishable maze
i feel like there is nothing, but time
i feel like and circus animal, only being used for entertianment
i feel treasured sometimes than eatin alive the next
i feel like racism should die a painful death
i feel nobody should be judged by there color
 
ervajean sparrow

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  202.     

Standing Out Reality

I'm living in a civilized nation
Seeing true colours of cultural chime

Black or blue white too
All around the globe god bless you

Let's come together
We will fight
Our natural colours with delight

Civilized nation insight
Looking bright as we fight
For freedom and the guilt or racism...
 
ter gar

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  203.     

I'M Tired

I'm tired
Not i went to sleep at 2: 00 am and had to wake up early
Not like dozing off in class
Not tired like I need more sleep
But tired of bloody wars and useless fighting
Of seeing poor, starving children who look like very fragile twigs
Of those people who are victims of hate crimes beacuse they are
different
Of hearing about children plagued my bruises from abuse
Of racism that is still and probably will always be devouring the world
I'm especially tired because I can't do much to help it all
 
Leila Mass

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  204.     

Reversed

Reversed

Erika, Claris and Grace
Three girls talk of race.
Mix-black, full black, a Chinese in center
They feel it in their bones, in blood, in flesh
The nations, nation-states and ethnics
These games are toys in hand of politics
Then the jokes, what are they with, without the N-word?
To White-Man; Black says "Sorry Bro, I use it, you cannot."

Dispossess its power, racism now reversed.
 
Nassy Fesharaki

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