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Poems About: GREED

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  • 313.

    Why do you run away from me?
    Do you think you can kill me?

    I am the one in lust and greed, read more »

    Deepak Hariharan
  • 314.
    What More Could You Want

    Emasculated and beaten the shell withdraws to a corner.
    Nothing left to give no will to survive.
    Battered and pained no wish to be alive.
    Slowly the torture continues as you sit by, read more »

    Errol Anderson
  • 315.
    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
  • 316.
    Why Can't I Simply Retire In Quiet?


    Why can’t I simply retire in quiet
    At peace with what I have done? read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 317.
    By the creek

    By the creek
    Canoes are extinct and fishing net hung dry
    On the mangrove, starved fishes initiate an exodus read more »

    Regha Julius
  • 318.

    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
  • 319.
    The Global Village

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    Paul Cutting
  • 320.
    The death of ambition

    Some people want it all
    They try too hard
    They give to much
    With every compromise read more »

    NikMorgan ...
  • 321.
    The Thing That's Wrong With Christmas

    The thing that's wrong with Christmas is
    It's based on get not give.
    And most who give but do not get
    React with expletives. read more »

    Lone Dog
  • 322.
    The Albatross

    I don’t know why I should want to need you
    Walking into a crowded room
    And I don’t know why I should want to please you
    When I call you’re a lullaby at noon read more »

    Harlan Lovestone
  • 323.

    Beware Profit.
    For the Fifth Horse of Apocalypse is his steed,
    His mission is greed
    And money is his seed. read more »

    Sean Tyacke
  • 324.
    With The Copenhagen Climate Summit Flop

    With the Copenhagen Climate Summit flop it cannot be denied
    That the last hope of survival for many oceanic islands has died
    Doomed to be swallowed by the rising sea
    The politics of greed through nationalism the bane of humanity, read more »

    Francis Duggan
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