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  65.     

Racism Is Better

I would prefer to be
discriminated
out of racism
than to be
humiliated
by my own countrymen
 
rommelmarkmarchan beyond poetica

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  66.     

Pinky, Pinky, What Race?

Pinky, Pinky what colour….
We used to play as a child.
As a teen we learnt abt different colours
As an adult we came to know about race
We don’t play pinky pinky, what race? now a days! !

We accepted racism,
We were not surprised,
b’coz by then we were adult,
Started accepting things as it is,
We lost the habit of questioning everything as a child it seems!

In VIBGYOR tell me which colour is predominant, Is it white?
In rainbow which color has got high percentage, Is it white?
How can one discriminate among equals,
We talk abt racism, as an Indian we don’t follow it?
We hunt for white brides for our grooms, I may ask why?
The “foreigner look” still strikes in our mind,
We have built an attitude of inferiority among ourselves,
Chuck out that, come in light.
Don’t be under false notion of black and white.
Ignorance can be overlooked,
But racism under cover must come to book.
We tolerate that’s our guilt,
Stop it and instead shout for it!

(Related with recent attacks on Indian students in Australia)
 
Tara Chettur

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  67.     

Firoze-On Ice

An East Indian voice was muted
For a private war against racism
His explicit zeal cannot be refuted
A poet driven to schizophrenism

ROTMS
 
Ray Lucero

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  68.     

Equality

Racism has nothing to do with color or religious place.
The moment one places themselves over or better than any
Is the time they realize their need for self-integrity.
The man that is equal to all and respector to many is
The man that goes far and is looked up to by all.
 
Jeff Rushton

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