Poems About: PRIDE
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229.Africa - The Cultural Base
African cultural base
'home of unique heritage
'check the Pharol’s array
'compass the boundary read more »Michael Popoola
Many a year ago, there was one
And that one grew to few
And that few to many
And that many became one read more »Julius Victorio
231.Enjoy the bends, forget the end.
A king, whether in exile, banishment,
deportation or dethroned ceases to be a king but he can pride himself on the past glory,
and can reminisce about it.
A lover, whether a loser, a blighted, read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
232.Lust is Satan
Lust leads to greed;
Greed leads to pride;
Pride brings envy;
Envy brings jealousy; read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
233.Bruises for bruises
If you want to learn an art
your pride has to get some bruises.
Once you master an art
your pride can avenge the bruises. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
we've been waiting here
for far too long
stuck at a standstill
stubborn checkmate read more »Tzipora Knock
There is a lonely feeling in your heart
You felt that right from the start
But there is nothing you can change now
You need to live, but you dont know how read more »Julianna HIMika666
Yellow lions encircle me
Golden eyes reflecting my unabashed gaze
A lone fool in a sea of pride
Both sides unwilling to back down read more »Patrick Tincher
237.Pique not woman.
Even a whore has a womanly pride.
Don’t take any woman for a ride.
Her tacit assent can slide to your side
In your piquing not theleast her pride. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
238.Food and hunger go wasted
Cheep is she, who I can get.
But to get access, my pride forbids.
The other is worthy to befriend.
But to get her, her pride forbids. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
I can see the pain in your eyes
I can sense the hurt in your heart
In my head, I can hear your cries
It’s plain to see you’re falling apart read more »Cassandra Howell
240.A New Me
I am a WOLF
I am no longer a sheep
I will be me
No longer what everyone else wants me to be read more »anthony creelman