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Poems About: POVERTY

In this page, poems on / about “poverty” are listed.

  • 109.
    Human Dracula

    In this world of modernity
    The worst curse is poverty
    A poor often thought to be
    A blur on the high society read more »

    V P Mahur
  • 110.
    No Leisure

    The brutality of poverty
    forces the poor
    to work
    day in and day out read more »

    Chanda Nsofu
  • 111.
    Poverty And Wealth

    Poverty is bad,
    Telling we have got to be hard,
    Working with all our might,
    Until we reach great height. read more »

    Ingibo Benson
  • 112.
    Emancipation

    Just moving mega street to lane
    Just genuflecting to hunger,
    Never winning poverty.
    State is desiccated, hovering read more »

    baki nasrullah
  • 113.
    XXIX

    The vision is of poverty –
    no money
    to pay the people who let you live
    even after they consent to give read more »

    Jacques Maurice
  • 114.
    I'm in love with Paupertas

    Who will discover me
    deep in my poverty
    i am at ease
    i only need read more »

    Madrason writer
  • 115.
    Insult

    I have lost myself
    Nobody ask me...
    'Eat to your's heart will'
    A plate of food i have not seen read more »

    Litan Dey
  • 116.
    Poverty Land

    Looking for solutions
    For a problem centuries old
    Searching every avenue
    My feet are still cold read more »

    Mustafa Marconi
  • 117.
    On the Uses of Adversity

    "Nam nihil est, quod non mortalibus afferat usum."

    --PETRONIUS read more »

    Franklin P. Adams
  • 118.
    Trying To Understand Jayanta Mahapatra

    Jayanta Mahapatra seems to be asking in a muffled voice of his own,
    What, what have we done after the attainment of independence,
    What, what have we for the widows, women and poor daughters,
    What have we for the eradication and elimination of poverty? read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 119.
    [1] clearly

    a people who have the heart to end poverty
    do not have the heart to start wars
    so it must be
    the absence of war is not peace read more »

    paul bamberger
  • 120.
    Writing Is Painful

    Poverty cannot be romantic
    If anything it is a sea bed
    Of suffering and therein the hobo
    And the money lender can sink read more »

    BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
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