Poems About: GREED
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241.Historical Echo! !
Dive into books & permeate Past
It's same story with action replayed
Heard of history repeating itself?
Was negligence by us, & time relayed. read more »Samima Shah
242.What is Greed?
Greed is black in color.
It is selfish in every aspect.
It is normally one sided in nature.
It's glory is only for a moment. read more »Jeanette Telusma Herbert
243.A Stoic Found
The swing that breaks the dang'ling bag
Sends candy bouncing all around:
They rush and rush and push and fuss,
And knock each other to the ground. read more »John May
We elect our leaders
With our precious votes
They are supposed to serve us
The ordinary folk read more »David Chalk
You think I’m crazy,
maybe I’m not,
maybe it was my evil robot.
Yes, he was programmed to do the deed, read more »Christina Sunrise
Let us live our lives in peace
With our daughters sons and wives
Burn your firewood to stay warm read more »John Shea
All life can start and end here
Here people hear all and treat all
So precious from the start read more »jeff newnham
248.Cycles in Season 0390
The grain, who'd reap life's golden grain
knows dust to dust's returned again,
though mortal flesh rots none impound
pure spirit risen, strength fresh found. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
CEO’s pay increased by 50 percent
While the worker gets 50 cents
And works three jobs just to pay the rent
What have we done read more »Stephen Strassner
250.Nursing On a Rhyme
On the other side of greed,
Where the numb lay lifeless...
And stung in their slumber.
Some choose to sneak a peek, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
251.A world of Hate
In a world of constant conflict;
it seems war is the only key,
dying for a country you've never know;
for someone's twisted policies. read more »Peri Morgan
252.The World I Would Like
Into the world i would like does not exist many things that we face today
there is no nationality... we are all citizen of earth
there is no ethnic group... we are all of human race
there is no greed, money maybe. It's not the problem read more »Guido Martinelli