POVERTY POEMS


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

  • 361.
    Are We So Blind

    You look at him the one we chose to lead
    He does appear so ordinary indeed
    Are we so blind that through him we cannot see
    If he's so average how stupid are we? read more »

  • 362.
    Hidden Poverty

    In a Nation of many well off people they call it hidden poverty
    The poor souls of the back streets that the wealthy never see
    They live in condemned houses that are clearly in decay
    And out of sight is out of mind or so 'twould seem that way. read more »

  • 363.
    In Every City, Town And Village

    In every City, Town and Village the haves and have nots reside
    But even the poorest of the poor have got their sense of pride
    And it must be soul destroying for them to have to beg to stay alive
    But pride has to take second place to the will to survive. read more »

  • 364.
    Many Must Grow Poorer

    Millions will go to bed hungry tonight that does seem sad to say
    And many of them will not wake again for to see another day
    The sad fact that many die of malnutrition is sad cause for lament
    Whilst billions in war by Governments are spent read more »

  • 365.
    Neo Cons

    They are known as neo cons and they live the good life
    But they show no compassion for those in financial strife
    And with economic rationalization they totally agree
    Economic rationalization that for many spells utter poverty read more »

  • 366.
    Poverty...

    As poverty struck the lands,
    The people crying out,
    How life is so devastating,
    For money they only catch trout. read more »

  • 367.
    If It Was Not Terrorized

    For all of the wealth one man has,
    Another lives in poverty.
    For all of the poverty that man has...
    Another finds hope. read more »

  • 368.
    Poetical Intentions

    Poetical Intentions
    Poetical Intentions
    There was once an American dream
    A house a job and a car or three with a cat in the yard read more »

  • 369.
    The Poet

    He once walked the streets of Dublin wearing shabby pants and coat
    And nowadays many critics claim him to be Ireland's greatest poet
    He died in eighteen forty nine of malnutrition we are told
    At a young age for a man to die just forty six years old. read more »

  • 370.
    Lady Luck Tonight Could Smile On Me

    We only live to see the better day
    And good times may not be too far away
    I may live on the verge of poverty
    But lady luck tonight could smile on me. read more »

  • 371.
    Far Too Many

    Far too many with too little it has always been that way
    And far too many have to struggle just to live from day to day
    And far too many children never reach the adult stage
    And people still dying of hunger in this enlightened age. read more »

  • 372.
    A New And A Better World

    A new and a better World I may not live to see
    But the time is not far distant when all people will live free
    Of oppressive regimes and terrorism and greed and poverty
    For all of those poor victims of capitalism who live in penury. read more »

New Poverty Poems

  1. The curse of poverty, Arafat Driche
  2. Turkana Is Not All About Poverty, alexander opicho
  3. Poverty In The 21st Century, Winston Harding
  4. Terence Craddock Replies To Aristotle, Terence G. Craddock
  5. Imitate what he wears!, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  6. Rest of the life, hasmukh amathalal
  7. God Is Staying, hasmukh amathalal
  8. The poet is not alone, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  9. the crowned hero, Farida Gulani
  10. Poverty, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  11. Literacy mission, gajanan mishra
  12. poverty is a gift, Mark Heathcote
  13. I am poor and poverty has, gajanan mishra
  14. When Great Poets Die Penniless, Terence G. Craddock
  15. Poverty, Paola Degli Esposti
  16. Poetry: To Brazilian Soccer, Laijon Liu
  17. Goodbye Poverty, ambitious blessing
  18. Jap V.D., Richard Thripp
  19. Simple Horizons, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  20. To Laugh At, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  21. Experimenting With Life In Poverty, alexander opicho
  22. Human Dracula, V P Mahur
  23. Destitution, Ajala Samuel Akindele
  24. Poverty Knock, Justin Reamer
  25. Humble Bumble Bee Beginnings, Shirley Morgan
  26. Richness of Thought, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  27. When and How Long?, DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK
  28. Burning, Kingshuk Chakraborty
  29. Cherry Fields in the Ghetto, Kevin Rottweiler
  30. Poverty, Ajala Samuel Akindele
  31. Touched By Another, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  32. Poverty And Due To Poverty, gajanan mishra
  33. Generous Poverty, Suu Casey Young
  34. [1] clearly, paul bamberger
  35. A Brassiere Donation Program, U Win Kyi
  36. Bumperstickers, paul bamberger
  37. Alankar(Decor) -174, Indira Renganathan
  38. Can You Imagine, louis rams
  39. Trying To Understand Jayanta Mahapatra, Bijay Kant Dubey
  40. The Villager, Leonard Masauli
  41. Three ill effects in the society leading.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  42. Poverty, Dona Jean
  43. Those Among You, Atty Davis
  44. I shall never forget, hasmukh amathalal
  45. Poem and Poverty, Aftab Alam
  46. Poverty, Pragya Bajpai
  47. Peace, hasmukh amathalal
  48. The Greatest Find, Leaking Pen
  49. Poverty by Design, Lynne FincherSpringarden
  50. Human Heart Is Very Fragile, Aftab Alam
  51. Poor children, hasmukh amathalal
  52. Concepts 19, Somanathan Iyer
  53. Insult, Litan Dey
  54. Poverty Is Disguise, hasmukh amathalal
  55. Letter To A Gorilla, Nate Flying Owl
  56. Unrest, hasmukh amathalal
  57. The Mathematics Of Equality, Diana van den Berg
  58. I'm in love with Paupertas, Madrason writer
  59. Good Counsel, hasmukh amathalal
  60. POVERTY IS NOT A FAULT, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  61. Always forward, hasmukh amathalal
  62. Shadow of poverty, Litan Dey
  63. HOW LUCKY WE ARE, Arti Chopra
  64. ALL WORDS EXPLAIN MY SITUATION, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  65. Bedroom Tax The Legacy, Dave Alan Walker
  66. About Poverty, gajanan mishra
  67. Forgotten In The The Sea Of Life, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  68. Grief II, Aftab Alam
  69. Your Bank Account, Christina C Sunrise
  70. Naxal Vs Forces and the people, Aftab Alam
  71. Now Is The Tine, Isam Hussain
  72. The Beauty of the Working Class, Howard Leek
  73. Poverty, Sophia Engel
  74. Poverty, Harshit Agrawal
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