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

  • 337.
    My Right To Idiocy 7.24.2008

    Looking at my trampled theory, my explanations
    met with supercilious derision, labeled idiotic in
    the most insulting way – accompanied by the
    false superiority read more »

  • 338.
    A Fair Go For All People

    A fair go for all people to such I can relate
    Whatever be their culture their race, beliefs or faith
    Down with rank and class distinction and here's to the fair go
    In an egalatarian society peace and harmony would grow read more »

  • 339.
    To Be Adored

    One day I would love to sign my name
    Be proud to autograph a volume
    My words printed in glorious black ink
    Type-set, spell-checked and bar-coded read more »

  • 340.
    No Greater Lust

    In those who desire to become leaders the ego is quite strong
    And sad to say there is nothing worse than an ego that's gone wrong
    Those who abuse their privilege of power are those with an ego out of control
    For there is nothing darker than darkness of the soul read more »

  • 341.
    The Man Of The Day

    Others look up to him and respect to him pay
    'Tis his money makes him the man of the day
    Up the corporate ladder he sure has climbed far
    His paid driver drives him around in his car read more »

  • 342.
    We Dislike In Others

    We dislike in others what in ourselves we do see
    The person who first said that certainly was not me
    But with that person whether it be a he or a she
    With their words of wisdom I can only agree read more »

  • 343.
    If You Cannot Say Good

    If you cannot say good about someone say nothing at all
    Those words from a wise person I do recall
    But few heed those words and the few does not include me
    Suppose what we dislike in others in ourselves we do see. read more »

  • 344.
    The Nations With Good Human Rights

    It is not it's wealth or military power that makes a Country great
    No it's the Nations with good Human rights we ought to celebrate
    Where people are not persecuted for speaking their minds or for their religion, gender or race
    The Country with good Human rights deserve to be in a more read more »

  • 345.
    Our Date With Our Destiny

    Our date with our destiny awaits one and all
    To the scythe of the reaper we eventually must fall
    He is not one who respects power, wealth or fame
    The pauper and monarch he treats as the same read more »

  • 346.
    Some Folks Will Go Out of Their Way

    Some folks can't be respected.
    They wont allow it!
    Someone who shows another respect,
    Today? read more »

  • 347.
    Mother's & Father's Day

    Parents have sacrificed greatly in these days
    In sacrificing self for the betterment of the children
    Many parents have sacrificed their children in providing for them
    Childhood is for education appreciation, respect, admiration, concentration read more »

  • 348.
    Lasting attributes

    The sword would earn you respect.
    The trust held would earn you respect.

    The wallet you have would earn you friends. read more »

New Respect Poems

  1. Why Should I Respect You, Asit Kumar Sanyal
  2. A Noble teacher., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  3. The family of Star Bucks is the sun of r.., Raymond Sawyer
  4. Every star that one see is a special star., Raymond Sawyer
  5. Every moment one see the stars of Star B.., Raymond Sawyer
  6. To see the moon is to feel the touch of .., Raymond Sawyer
  7. Where there a warm smile there Star Buck.., Raymond Sawyer
  8. The star that sing is the stars of respe.., Raymond Sawyer
  9. Every fresh cup of coffee there a star o.., Raymond Sawyer
  10. To dance under the stars is to dance wit.., Raymond Sawyer
  11. Where there respect there is the family .., Raymond Sawyer
  12. The touch of respect is the touch of sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  13. A lovely night for the stars of respect., Raymond Sawyer
  14. The stars of the night is the stars of r.., Raymond Sawyer
  15. The smile of a star is the smile of Star.., Raymond Sawyer
  16. A lovely night for the stars of Star Buc.., Raymond Sawyer
  17. The tear of a star is the tear of respect., Raymond Sawyer
  18. For every warm smile there a star of res.., Raymond Sawyer
  19. Every star that one see is Star Bucks fa.., Raymond Sawyer
  20. Another lovely night for the star of res.., Raymond Sawyer
  21. When the sky is blue for one shall see t.., Raymond Sawyer
  22. As night slip in for the stars of Star B.., Raymond Sawyer
  23. For every smile thus the smile of the st.., Raymond Sawyer
  24. To travel is like being touch with respe.., Raymond Sawyer
  25. Where there is a star there Star Bucks., Raymond Sawyer
  26. The train ride is like being touch with .., Raymond Sawyer
  27. When the moon is bright thus the family .., Raymond Sawyer
  28. The night the stars touch one with respe.., Raymond Sawyer
  29. For where is respect go to the name Star.., Raymond Sawyer
  30. Year after year for one see the stars of.., Raymond Sawyer
  31. Special stars is the stars of Star Bucks., Raymond Sawyer
  32. The stars that care is the stars of resp.., Raymond Sawyer
  33. To walk with a star is to walk with resp.., Raymond Sawyer
  34. The stars in the night is the stars of S.., Raymond Sawyer
  35. The stars of Star Bucks is the stars of .., Raymond Sawyer
  36. A lovely even for the stars of respect., Raymond Sawyer
  37. The land of the stars is the land of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  38. For every smile thus there the stars of .., Raymond Sawyer
  39. For every star that one see is the star .., Raymond Sawyer
  40. Where there respect thus there Star Bucks., Raymond Sawyer
  41. To touch a star is to be touch by the st.., Raymond Sawyer
  42. The stars that whisper the name Star Buc.., Raymond Sawyer
  43. The stars of respect is the smile of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  44. The eyes of the stars is the eyes of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  45. Where there a smile thus there a star of.., Raymond Sawyer
  46. For One To Count A Star Thus One Count T.., Raymond Sawyer
  47. The Stars Of The Night Is The Stars Of S.., Raymond Sawyer
  48. A Special Star Thus Star Bucks Is Special., Raymond Sawyer
  49. A Falling Star Is The Star Of Star Bucks, Raymond Sawyer
  50. Where There A Star For One See The Stars.., Raymond Sawyer
  51. The Stars Of Respect Is The Stars Of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  52. The stars of respect is special stars of.., Raymond Sawyer
  53. Walk In The Forest, Naveed Akram
  54. Another on the said Occasion, Robert Burns
  55. Raise The Hand Of The Person Who Rejuven.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  56. Freedom and men of virtues., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  57. Never give up, John Mamhungaire
  58. A Responsible Citizen, JOHN CHATAIKA
  59. Respect, David Boyce
  60. Text and Respect, douglas scotney
  61. CULTURE OF INDIAN SOCIETY, Desiraju Surya Narayana
  62. There are people, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  63. A Word which we Should Never Forget, Poheklo Park
  64. Let's Respect, Poheklo Park
  65. The house where the wife lives like an i.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  66. A Teacher-A Student Relationship Anytime, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  67. A Teacher-A Student Relationship, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  68. Respect Demanded In Spades, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  69. Wisdom or Behaviour!, Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  70. Not guest, hasmukh amathalal
  71. Go to space, gajanan mishra
  72. Mother Mother Mother, Noble Moyo
  73. Command respect, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  74. My Webbed Feet, Naveed Akram
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