Poems about Race
They were blue and black.Silver badgesm ready to cut through skin and bone.Hearts and minds twisted into monsters.
Long Live the King by Christian Betancourt God Bless the soul of Martin More than just any ordinary man Perhaps braver and bolder Much more in touch with his convictions And willing vocalize those same convictions Unafraid to go against the waves of soc
Long Live the King by Christian Betancourt God Bless the soul of Martin More than just any ordinary man
I’ve been chased out of southern states Not by my merit or reason other than my race. I’ve been ridiculed in school
Dear President Trump, Can you hear that?
Divided, frightened, and slightly uninformed
A for all the times I've been profiled for my skin color.
This morning of July 9, 2016 I woke up to find social media saying goodbye to our “Five blue blooded brother”
Where did the time go? The time when life was simple. The time when time moved slow.
They tell us that we are free, but are we really 'free'? Bounded and affected by the oppression against me