Poems about Race
I need God, but I haven't found Him yet. I looked for Him in church, Where He’s supposed to be, But maybe the High and Mighty got up and...
All wanna be the same Fighting is useless To our race Everybody want to be the equal
Ferguson, Missouri What can I say, there's always some story.
Perpetuate this racist culture Fuel the ignorance, ignite one another
I am what you see I am something everyone should be I am a lover not a fighter
Turning my head from left to right I see nobody alone in my sight No disregard to race or color
We're fighting ourselves. This is a time where color is not suppose to have signifigance. But it does.
I dislike racial discrimination