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  201.     

Preach

cheating,
hating,
arrogance;
harassment, sadden
Insult, racism
murder, being disloyal,
all are hideous as well fatal;
causes conflict b/n people,
not to live in peace,
on our beautiful earth;
so every of you
my brothers, sisters
Fathers and mothers,
preach;
peace, love, faith
equality and justice,
For the sake of human
Not to let our world down.
preach, preach & preach.
 
anteneh mekuria

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  202.     

Love

Love is the fuel that keeps me going
day and night
love is that warm feeling i get when my mom makes chocolate chip cookies
Love is when i perform whether its good or bad
Love should be our nations fuel
but instead its hatred racism and war
what is wrong with the human race that we havn't even evovled that far
why can't everyone see its wrong what were doing why?
 
Barbara H..

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  203.     

The cruel bridge over the river errorneous

The broad river flows fierce than an ocean.
In front of the longest bridge
Both of us at the two ends and the sign board says
Not allowed for pedestrians and only for heavy vehicles.
Our fruition is fruitless and how long we have to stand like this?
Forget the racism my sweetheart
Who made us with the same clay?
We break this primitive fundamental bridge,
Jump to the river and swim upstream.
 
nimal dunuhinga

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  204.     

Domestic Shades-10

Apartheid
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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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