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Poems About: POVERTY

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  • 205.
    When and How Long?

    We dream a dream;
    We sing a song,
    We talk to him long,
    We walk a furlong, read more »

    DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK
  • 206.
    Poverty

    For noble minds, the worst of miseries,
    Worse than old age, or wearisome disease,
    Is Poverty. From Poverty to flee,
    From some tall precipice into the sea, read more »

    Theognis of Megara
  • 207.
    O' Poverty

    O' poverty, thou art but smelling
    And thy pollution dangerous to life
    And the living wailing and crying
    Wishing you never existed in the world read more »

    LIGHTCHEERFUL BRIGGS
  • 208.
    Cruel Formality

    The dark weather spreading all place people shivered by cool humidity
    Somebody shivered without food they wealth thieving cruel people like beast they cry
    Turn to back for doctrine demolish impartial earn money from pray
    Although they thieving money from innocent man who shivered beneath cold with sever hungry read more »

    inguruwatta pushpadewa
  • 209.
    So Deep

    Almost half of the population of Sub-Saharan Africa
    lives on less than one dollar a day
    the highest level of poverty in the world.
    My little neurotic sexual white mans mind is aloof read more »

    Joseph Narusiewicz
  • 210.
    POVERTY ME

    In a ‘cheap' apartment
    With high utilities and
    A great sense of aaah; read more »

    Jim Boone
  • 211.
    The Sobs Of The Starving Children

    We know about them from the radio and television and the hungry getting hungrier by the day
    But we do not hear the sobs of the starving children from where we live they seem so far away
    On the six o clock news at times we do see footage of hungry
    children in a Land where poverty and disease is rife read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 212.
    stop acting! we have issues to address!

    More than hundred million of our people,
    Live in luxury. The luxury you can't find in any castle,
    Of a European country, as the labor law is strict there,
    Here in my father's land India, abused are our workers, read more »

    veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  • 213.
    A Window Into The World

    The crow flaps its dark wings up there,
    hungryor death, read more »

    Walter William Safar
  • 214.
    No Access To Fast Food, Branded Clothes And

    The creation of nations,
    that have passion,
    for money and power,
    is the absolute poverty. read more »

    veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  • 215.
    Poverty Is Here To Stay

    Children picking food at the dump site
    Scratching overgrown hair full of lice
    Unclad youngsters playing in the muck
    No program or drives to keep them tuck, read more »

    Syed Anwar Yarkhan Jilani
  • 216.
    The World's One Hundred Wealthiest

    The World's many billion people controlled by the greedy few
    But to every billionaire there is there are a million who
    Go to sleep weak and hungry their wasted bodies thin
    For days they have not eaten their bones showing through read more »

    Francis Duggan
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