Poems About: PRIDE
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13.mexican pride baby! ! !bianca garcia
14.Have Worthy Pride
To pride oneself on one’s feat means
To evaluate oneself highly
And devalue others equally.
Such like pride is not worth the pride. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
Behind the facade of our big egos we constantly do hide
And pride of five letters is only that just pride
And some will even tell you pride comes before a fall
From life we have been learning from before we learned to crawl, read more »Francis Duggan
I heard you saying it is the first of the seven deadly sins read more »Jordan Legaspi
17.Get Your Peace Back.
Your existence, Your pride, is a wish fulfilled.
Your body, Your mind n soul, were nourished.
Your merit, Your intelligence, were nurtured.
Your wishes, Your dreams, were supported. read more »Palas kumar Ray
Oh Plant, I'm defeated,
Defeated to you,
Me Human. read more »Palas kumar Ray
19.All We Got Is Pride!
All we have is are pride,
the main thing that we will never hide.
we rasie are flag so high
u can see are pride in da sky. read more »Melissa Cortez
Her pride nobody can take it away
She is proud of the way she has been raised
Her pride of who she is she has
She takes her pride when she puts herself together read more »Aldo Kraas
A word a whole culture one held dear
When self-respect and self-confidence mattered
When 'It takes a village to raise a child' was relevant read more »Garrett Bradley
22.do not go gentle into that good night
From life we have been learning from before we learned to crawl,
The thing we refer to as pride not easily understood
A little pride is necessary but too much pride not good
A truly humble person is one you don't often meetThe self opinionated and self conceited never known to be rare read more »Jarrod Wakefield
23.Pride And Prejudice
Pride and prejudice two simple words
Yet assembling colossal records
There he was filled with arrogance
Handsome, rich, living in bitterness read more »Sarah Mawed
24.Pride - the master of disguise
Depression is pride
Why aren't I perfect?
I am better than this, read more »Peter Hall