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A struggle with myself

A struggle with myself

A Poem by JenLyn


All my life I've craved perfection. But there's been nothing but mistakes. Not enough lessons and too much rejection. I've hated more than I've ..
Among the Faithless

Among the Faithless

A Poem by Linda Marie Van Tassell


Hypocrisy: prejudice with a halo
I can't get enuff

I can't get enuff

A Story by Lilith Driscol


Two boys are forced to run away together to escape the prejudices of their town.
Boy

Boy

A Poem by Blueblack


A boy's story, simple and not so sweet.
SECRET MARTYR

SECRET MARTYR

A Poem by M.Babu


Speak up! Use your voice! Find the right words and decimate this overwhelming cloud of oppression.
A Prejudice in Grieving

A Prejudice in Grieving

A Poem by Angel Bluestocking


I wrote this when my friend/sister died. Our teacher called us suck-ups. I was so pissed at him that I wrote this. *at least I wasn't cussing*
Sparkle and Eyeshadow

Sparkle and Eyeshadow

A Poem by Karina Longo


About crossdressing and androgyny.
Submission of a boy lableled as a s**t

Submission of a boy lableled as a s**t

A Poem by SpokenWord


Within the darkness of commonality under an old blanket made of fake fur hides a little boy who dreams of bad girls who carried themselv..
2KillaMockingBird

2KillaMockingBird

A Poem by LeeLee Ryder


short poetry about one of my favorite films note to self: 35, 35, 41, 34,31,35,40,37=288 words
Flight of the Nightingale

Flight of the Nightingale

A Story by Nicole


A short romance story set in revolutionary war era England concerning a young girl's flight from tradition to personal happiness.
baseman's buddhism

baseman's buddhism

A Chapter by J.M.B


shambling down dusty street past Londis with empty pockets in silent film, i saw a woman finely dressed drop her bag, it glistened in..
Strange

Strange

A Story by Summer D.


The one thing that will follow you wherever you might wander- Your Identity.
Bobby the Retarded Angel

Bobby the Retarded Angel

A Story by Larkin Thompson


This is the first part of a short book or long story. In 1958, people with mental disorders were not accepted in society. Bobby struggles to fit in ..
An Ordinary Indignant Man

An Ordinary Indignant Man

A Poem by QuiteOllie


A pause between the question and his name, His breath smells of hot wine and four vodkas. He always was the civilised type. A bottle more..
First Impressions

First Impressions

A Poem by Heather Corti


Many, many people fall victim to the preconceived prejudices others impose upon us prior to taking the time to know us. I wrote this as a way to rail..
Oh White People

Oh White People

A Poem by Crazy Cat Man


a poem on the prejudice of white people have against me :P

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