Poems About: GREED
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253.Simple Honesty a rant
The world today is based on lies.
Only sound bites and image count,
you can’t believe your ears or eyes.
The truth is held of small account. read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
254.Tragedy In Bangladesh
Man is man’s worst enemy when armed with greed and guns
Exploits and oppress the poor and helpless, to maximize his fun
Thousands burn or get buried alive in work place they go to earn
A measly wage of buck or two for a long day’s run read more »Tasadduq Hussain
In this world we call life never forget
the blessings your given, or you will regret
Regret that you never helped someone in need
is what you possess, a subserviant greed? read more »Dwayne Banks
256.POLLUTED WATERS FROM POLLUTED MINDS
Polluted waters with stench unclean
are created by men that don't see the scene
in their mind's eye,
as they gaze at the green of money. read more »Edwina Reizer
Its the thing that shine
it screws up your mind
makes you salavitate
and you suddenly hate read more »Nez Nut
258.When Will They Wake Up To See
A fated greed is celebrated.
Who becomes destroyed.
The needs of people are negated,
Yet who is annoyed. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
In life today, greed leads the way,
could make a million, pounds a day.
Never enough, we still want more,
try to double, that of before, read more »Leady Rhymes
260.The Sun That Has Come To Set
To say that greed and the affect of it,
Is not the main ingredient...
That is the reason,
Causing people the world over... read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
A time to live, a time to die
and finally we learn the reason why
we came to earth in the first place.
We came to love and learn to erase read more »Edwina Reizer
262.Suffering From The Exhaustion
Suffering from the exhaustion,
That has eliminated the feeding...
Of their own gluttonous greed,
Is not the fault of those... read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
</>Rarest of things, often small in number,
like Gold, Diamond, precious things, remember.
People, attracted towards it only for pleasure,
with greed for material, is beyond one's measure. read more »Deepak Calyampoondi
We elect our leaders
With our precious votes
They are supposed to serve us
The ordinary folk read more »David Chalk