Category Archives: Discrimination

Judge Me Not

  \ Judge Me Not Judge Me Not Judgment Notes: This, like me, is a work in progress ( emphasis on progress ) Judge me not Lest you be judged Self-appointed judges lurk Judge not the lady Who forgets her … Continue reading

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Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

  Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? Just Get Along: from my notebook-in response to yet more outbreaks of violence and death -e.g., the (Texas) riots over yet another cop killing of a black man? Here’s what I wrote: … Continue reading

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Velvet Black

  Velvet Black H. W. Bryce Velvet black Her skin glistens in the sun Her face beauteous as a smile Yet her gait is cautious And her eyes are wary She’s been down this path before. Bark white His skin … Continue reading

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