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Poems About: WORK

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  • 337.
    POT OF GOLD

    I WORK A BILLIONS HOURS
    THE ONLY PROBLEM
    THERE ONLY A MILLIONS HOURS
    SO IT SEEM TO ME read more »

    BRUCE MARTONE
  • 338.
    Cloud Chief, Oklahoma

    Long ago when land was claimed
    The sun rose and set as it does today
    It took hard work in order to prosper
    And more hard work so they could stay read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 339.
    Free Will

    Accuse & lose
    Whatever you have left
    Set the pace
    Face your own demons read more »

    CASA WILSON
  • 340.
    Animal

    Corruption made this face
    A human project trapped
    In a world that's not mine
    Time to feed on one that stands in the way read more »

    CASA WILSON
  • 341.
    I Search For Meaning In My Life

    I search for meaning in my life but meaning i can't find
    It's just like chasing shadows through the meadows in the
    wind
    My boss is off on holidays out cruising with his wife read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 342.
    Too Old

    Too old to go to Queensland for to work at planting trees
    In temperatures well over 30 degrees
    Or to work with a shovel in mud to his knees
    'Tis time for him now for to sit at his ease read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 343.
    A World That Makes You Wonder

    There are people, mainly bosses
    who get rid of the best
    and replace them with the worst.
    Hoping that the worst read more »

    David Harris
  • 344.
    The Shearers Work Hard

    The shearers work hard for a living for them never an easy pay
    In shearing sheds in the warm weather they work through the heat of the day
    At the end of a long shearing Season their backs from constant bending do ache
    They work in the evening till nightfall they start shortly after daybreak read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 345.
    Rob And Paul The Builders

    It's been said you'll find a builder on almost every street
    I know of two from Upwey Rob Leerveld and Paul Monteith
    They often work together though sometimes on their own
    And through the mountain suburbs as builders they are known. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 346.
    Jim His Next Door Neighbour

    He says that he has learnt a bit from Jim his next door neighbour
    That you won't become a millionaire by sweat and toil and labour
    And few wealthy people started their working life working with pick and shovel
    And fewer still knew childhood want and were raised in a hovel. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 347.
    Camille

    In her mid twenties and in her prime
    And her work will improve in time
    As in the World of art she builds her name
    Camille is on the road to fame. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 348.
    (Dodgy Dave Tale) Fluff

    Another name. Another hat read more »

    JoJo Bean
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