GREED POEMS

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  • 337.
    Unwanted Greed

    Black orbs project the dead sea
    The last remnants of the lost prophecy
    Mercenaries seeking their claim to fame
    Destroying the ashe's of a once good name
    Greed is their lust, good intentions slowly rust
    With each child born with evil's shame
    Darkness engulfs the sky and the saved cry
    As the reveled presence claims it prize
    Hungry for eternity, tattoed with mortality
    Their trust in nature deceiving
    Not realizing their thoughts misleading
    Anything to gain forever
    The greed pushes with all its power
    Its domain now belonging to the prowler
    The leader places the crown atop his head
    His veins swell and tears are shed
    Screaming out in agony, he throws it the grown
    But its far too late, his nature will lead to the grave
    The crowns thorns have pricked his head
    The bleeding intensifies his eyes turn red
    Someone so bad wanted to be the christ
    But when they felt his pain the weak soul quickly died
    Generations from now will even seek the power
    But the consequenes from the deed will not ponder
    We are not put here to play god
    As the many will find out
    Their souls are lost read more »

  • 338.
    Greed

    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 »

  • 339.
    I cry

    I cry, not because my hope is gone
    I cry for those who can not cry for themselves read more »

  • 340.
    Never Just Me

    Never just Me read more »

  • 341.
    Reality of you...

    The heart is of such fragile make
    in wants and love it has no refrain
    the head can temper, but only so
    and can do nothing really to stop the pain read more »

  • 342.
    Ants

    No tragedy has ever rocked the world for long
    Six million tortured, fired, gassed, are gone
    And we go on
    Two cities twined in shadowless death, pain, snow read more »

  • 343.
    2010 - A Year for Peace & Goodwill

    A new year dawns as many before,
    will 2010 bring what we ask for?
    A peaceful future that all can share
    with the wealthy showing that they care? read more »

  • 344.
    On The Origins of the Money, the Market and Slaves

    Four boarders, languages, clans of colour and an old age of metals
    Bare landscapes, rare travels, ancestry, raw sleeves and petals
    The natives: The slaves, then the market and the money
    The inventions, alchemy, the art a sweet harmony! read more »

  • 345.
    Greed

    Knifes, guns, war
    what ever happened to
    peace, love, kindness
    is the way it should be read more »

  • 346.
    The Eyes of Greed

    We moved ahead, one thing on our mind,
    Though I was sure we were unalike,
    Although our goal remained the same,
    I saw us as two, as seperate as can be, read more »

  • 347.
    the rumour spread thus

    The rumour spread that he is dead
    the talks were excited with passionate greed

    anxious souls rushed to the site read more »

  • 348.
    Mistaken for love

    Her tears flow,
    Down they roll,
    Never to stop,
    The man she loves, read more »

New Greed Poems

  1. Compensation, Mahendiran v..
  2. Greed is Useless, Melikhaya Zagagana
  3. A Tall Throat, Tony Adah
  4. With greed, hasmukh amathalal
  5. Greed Breeds Greed, Aftab Alam
  6. In The Swirl Of Greed, Amitava Sur
  7. My Countrymen., Tony Adah
  8. Greed is a Deadly Vice, Bhargabi Dei Mahakul
  9. Greed, Akhtar Jawad
  10. Greed, Neela Nath
  11. Desist From Greed., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  12. Let me not to the land of bills, Saheb Mohapatra
  13. The Seed, Katherine Perry
  14. Greed, Somanathan Iyer
  15. Is this what We asked for?, Somanathan Iyer
  16. greed and selflessness, Nikhil Parekh
  17. feeding the dog, paul bamberger
  18. AN ODE TO GREED, MATLOOB BUKHARI
  19. Greed Or Fame Isn't Everything, Toshie Nohara
  20. Greed, yvonne campbell
  21. The murder most foul, Aniruddha Pathak
  22. What If We Are Not Ready?, Margaret Moran
  23. Haiku...Devil’s Disciple...Greed, Ken e Hall
  24. Greed Promotes The Rage, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  25. Greed, Gladys Brown Prince
  26. Haiku 16, David Wood
  27. We Must Feed Our Compassion, Amanda Shelton
  28. Persona, loren eddy
  29. Greed Is..., Ladon Trueston
  30. Scream, colinb bradley
  31. Greed, Babatunde Aremu
  32. God don't give me greed, Asif Andalib
  33. Envy, Asif Andalib
  34. Hope and Greed, Asif Andalib
  35. Ivy Leaguers Who Cheat, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  36. Evil Enron Implodes, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  37. Greed (Haiku), ALEX JONES (aka SUHANOV)
  38. Alive, M.L. Speirs
  39. Green Is The Colour, shane lewicki
  40. The Need And The Greed, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  41. Greed, Winston Harding
  42. Defy Greed, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  43. War, Arianna Star
  44. Greed, GIDEON BORE
  45. Purpose of greed, Jayson Shakya
  46. In Arrogance, Mark R Slaughter
  47. greed, koneko 4 life
  48. Greed and fear. I, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  49. what made the success of the swindler?, RIC S. BASTASA
  50. think for things, venkatesh ram
  51. Enemy, john mcleish
  52. GREED IS THE BIGGEST THREAT TO OUR CIVIL.., Sam Arjomandi
  53. leave behind, mariah DM
  54. Greed Counts Currency, Cynthia BuhainBaello
  55. The Transitional Blight, prashant shaurya
  56. Wallow in the Greed, Mark R Slaughter
  57. Ink In Blood, sarah frank
  58. CYCLICAL, Rajkumar Mukherjee
  59. Infamous, Alex Lewis
  60. Beget, Regret, Disloyal Sway..., Michael Gale
  61. Senryu - A few, Sandra Martyres
  62. A Simple Warning, Krazy Rae
  63. Greed Is Out, Hebert Logerie
  64. Oblivious, monk frost
  65. This is stupid,, Abdul Karim
  66. 'Greed', Martin Gonzalez
  67. Greed, Eddie Roa
  68. Greed, Max Kuvaev
  69. Greed, Dang Xiong
  70. GREED, Green Peace
  71. tomorrows world, jan oskar hansen
  72. Greed, Flamora Clevare
  73. Greeds, Ershad Mazumder
  74. When Greed Outstrips Needs, Dr. Tulsi Hanumanthu
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