Poems about Race

They were blue and black.Silver badgesm ready to cut through skin and bone.Hearts and minds twisted into monsters.
      Dr. King, Malcolm X and Medgar Evers all died Giving 70’s generation opportunities their parents were denied.
 A little Hispanic boy holds his mother’s hand.
 A little Hispanic boy holds his mother’s hand.
When I look at paper I think of this cruel world, Separated by race, Unlined by unity,
Growing up a girl is hard Toys teach you to cook, clean, and take care of a child
As an infant, their eyes are filled with happiness  their head is filled with innocence
Trimble 1 Reginald Trimble All Men Are Created Equal?
I saw his block cock from 300 x coordinates away His dick is the color of my ass Red
What is race? What is racism? We hear these phrases on the news

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