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  201.     

A Fair Go For All Is Something We Should Embrace

For every Nationality and every race
A fair go for all is something we should embrace
A fair go for everyone of every creed
The right to a fair go everyone does need
From politicians negatives we so often hear
And xenophobia is one surely born of fear
But people of goodwill of all races know
That the World would be worse off without a fair go
For every child, every woman and every man
Of every race and of every clan
where racism is rife there is disharmony
And for the good in others we must look to see
And broadminded people can never be small
They believe in the cause of a fair go for all.
 
Francis Duggan

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  202.     

Domestic Shades-10

Apartheid
---
One day born my sister to flash on my dark face
There it started to grow as we grew colourful
All dark shades fought with me
But matched my sis very well
Worried parents yet managed to get me a fair husband
But my m'-in-law felt beaten
Repenting her tongue on her youthful mockery
At my huband's early gingelly-friend
Felt a curse from dark me
But fair my parents begot their curse
All from both my grand-pas
Now I'm mellowed
It's a divine gene
Providence's pastime is separatism
No more talking of familial racism
 
Indira Renganathan

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  203.     

Karl Marx

Karl Marx,
atheist,
advocate of force
in overthrowing capitalism...
now knows that God
is and that God's force
is love

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Capitalists started World War II,
the Vietnam War, the wars in Iraq
starting with Churchill's bombing of 9000
in 1920. Capitalists are waging
the invasive wars in Afghanistan.
Capitalists as colonialists invaded
over 100 countries, spreading racism
theft and violence.
 
O Anna Niemus

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  204.     

Imagine that,

Imagine that,
Imagine that,
The world all our's,
Thoughts are composed,
Stories are written,

Racism is dyeing,
Man is killing jezebel sister,
Humanity is seeing no Burdens,
Imagine above intelligence,
Life is defined,
Staying on my hustle,
I keep saying,
Ain't fading this man,
This is my writing.
 
maxpoet beauty

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