Poems About: GREED
Poems on / about :
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205.Mistaken for love
Her tears flow,
Down they roll,
Never to stop,
The man she loves, read more »Mystic Fearie
206.Love Trumps Loneliness
The power of sex has taken away the power of love.
This is clearly a piece of evidence that supports
how we are living in a world of sin.
Lust is sexual greed after all and read more »Cokbod Lodwogo
207.Selfish Social Climbers
Selfish social climbers with an eye on greed,
Dig themselves a bigger hole to get and deceive.
With it getting deeper.
That hole they dig is wide to get... read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
208.The Seven Deadly Sins Series-Greed
To be fair, please know within this poet lies no greed
So how can she fairly access or put into art another mans evil need.
I suppose I observe greed on a daily basis, a seven deadly sin,
But never had demons drive me to win material things at my whim. read more »Princess LilyPad
209.Humanity Redefined: Part 4 (The Omega)
Though greed was responsible for
The invasion, greed would also be
The fuel for humanity’s survival. read more »Alex Gomez
210.When the Bush Begins to Speak
They know us not in England yet, their pens are overbold;
We're seen in fancy pictures that are fifty years too old.
They think we are a careless race - a childish race, and weak; read more »Henry Lawson
211.Ballade Of Dead Republics
Tell me ye King-craft of to-day
Where is Athens, who made men free;
Then sank into stupor by the way,
Subdued by the Spartan tyranny? ... read more »Edgar Lee Masters
212.What do we do to stop hate?
light is light,
dark is dark,
day is day,
night is night, read more »Bowen Butt
213.That Terrifying Enemy
Two weeks after I graduated from high school,
I was in the Air Force.
Patriotic and eighteen.
Scared as hell during basic training... read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
214.Last One Standing*
Above a bottomless void.
You just want it all,
But you’ve forgotten that I’m still here! read more »Thistle Wargul
Ive had thoughts of just going..
Leaving without a sound..
Thinkin, this is what I want. read more »Dislocated Heart
216.What would Amos say?
The rural prophet was greeted with cheers when he began his discourse thus:
“This is what Justice demands:
For three acts of treachery, even four, the Banks will face outrage read more »Adrian Wait