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Discrimination

Posted on September 8, 2011

Discrimination

Dis is the crime of the nation
In comes the dub-poet
So he can utter his frustration

Can you listen to his poem?
Reading ‘outrage’ as an abomination
In using words, we need to comb
Mildly the hairs in our
Imaginative alienation

No longer human
As the nation
The eternal harbour
Is wrecked
On the day of doom
No longer are ships afloat


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One response to “Discrimination”

  1. Denise,
    I really like how you can convey deep ideals in few words.  I would bet that is because of your command of different languages.  You have a deep soul and can distill the main ideas down without watering them down

    Love this last stanza:
    No longer human
    As the nation
    The eternal harbour
    Is wrecked
    On the day of doom
    No longer are ships afloat

    Good job!
    Stacy

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