Postings with tag: intolerance
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'Somewhere India Suffocates' is a poem inspired by a incident in 2015 in a small village of India that made world headlines, and even forced the UN Secretary General to speak out. The (according to me) politically motivated so called incident of 'communal violence' tarnished the image of the world's…
My continuing struggle with the rights of the individual. This poem relates to faith, tolerance and our feelings of being alone. I'm not religious and have had times when modern religion has rubbed me the wrong way, but everyone prays at some point in their lives. Everyone seeks faith in…
Religion and Spirituality
February 28, 2011
Ignorance breeds fear and hate, hate and fear breed intolerance...a recent survey shows Americans are slightly ignorant when it comes to religions other than there own.
Scarred by birth defects from today's technologies, Chronium 257 tries to escape from the clutches of a government libelling him and his fellow "BBDO" as unimaginable monsters. It's a fight against a bloodthirsty conspiracy, with allies coming and going on a whim of the regime.
Don't misread this poem and consider me sexist, I've merely tried to convey someone's emotions towards someone they mistakenly fallen in love with, or, if you wish to read it this way, towards themselves.
This is a poem I wrote for my English class in eighth grade. We had just finished the Diary of Anne Frank and I will admit i was very saddened by the book. This piece touches not only on the Holocaust, but more so genocide and hatred as a whole…
A poem of prejudice and intolerance, culminating in a deadly hate crime. The taking of a remarkable, gifted life, all too soon. This poem is based on an actual horrific event that happened many years ago.