Posts Tagged ‘prejudice’

Meeting A Kind Man: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

May 10, 2015

I shook the hand of/
a polygamist today./
He is a kind man.

Sacrament Anti-Semite: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Lament

January 14, 2014

When did our truths let/
us become prejudiced and/
throw out racial slurs?
Or

turn anti-Semite?

Smelling Prejudice: Revolutionary Blogging Haiku

September 13, 2011

Today I got an email from a relative, entitled “How to catch Obama”. It shows a box trap with a watermelon attached to the trigger.
Having just seen the movie “The Help”, I can only agree with Malcolm X, who wrote that the deepest, worst prejudice doesn’t come from the South, but is hidden in the North … until it is exposed.

To smell prejudice,
don’t search deep in Southern swamps.
Mother’s emails reek.