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Poems About: POVERTY

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

  • 49.
    Poverty Is A Curse.

    It is the deadliest valley,
    And poverty is the burden they carry,
    slender is the path, for Just is their rally,
    Their wish and ruler's will, does vary. read more »

    Saleem Tharani
  • 50.
    Help For The Poor

    Forty Word Poem:

    Poverty-trapped and poverty-stricken
    To consider children in need is our mission. read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 51.
    War on poverty

    War is a common solution for a lot of things,
    countries go to war and so do gangs and teams

    Its kind of crazy and kind of a shame, read more »

    Stylin Williams
  • 52.
    Poverty

    Poverty looks like
    bare feet; skin and bones
    a silent sob, and one too many loans. read more »

    Mallory Martin
  • 53.
    what else can be done

    dont make poverty an excuse
    god gave you mind you better make its use

    no matter if you are born in the poverty's slum read more »

    FAHMINA ARJUMAND MISHA
  • 54.
    The problematic child

    Necessity is the mother of invention,
    People say. Then we can say like that:
    Wealth is the mother of comforts,
    And poverty, of meanness. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 55.
    Generous Poverty

    Generous Poverty -
    rebellion of the spirit
    against selfishness and greed.
    Every selfless donation read more »

    Suu Casey Young
  • 56.
    The Smell

    Poverty exudes odors
    Desperation takes on hues
    Uncertainty loudly clamours
    Homeless move about read more »

    james smallwood
  • 57.
    romancing the poverty of other people

    you look at the poverty of other people
    romancing it like a metaphor in your poetry
    the color of a man's unwashed shirt with mud
    and blood, dried sweat, read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 58.
    Rousseau Goes Zen

    Give me back my poverty
    Said Jean Jacques drifting through the trees
    Possessions are not liberty
    Give me back my poverty read more »

    M Barton
  • 59.
    On Reading Of The World's 100 Wealthiest People

    The World's many billion people controlled by the greedy few
    But to every billionaire there is there are a million who
    Go to sleep weak and hungry their wasted bodies thin
    For days they haven't eaten their bones showing through their skin. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 60.
    The Downfall Of Human Kind

    The downfall of human kind it would seem to me
    Are greed and corruption, homelessness and poverty
    And patriotism and religion and National pride
    All of these things lead to war and they are World-wide. read more »

    Francis Duggan
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