Poems About: POVERTY
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217.Vignette - III
This twilight gloom. This lone retreat--
This silence to my soul is sweet!
Awhile escap'd from toil and strife, read more »Matilda Betham
218.The Death of Poverty
He was born like that
He was born into poverty
And his parent spoke it religiously to his ears
That this chain must be broken read more »Osagie Isiramen
219.Tony Abbott's Invitation
Politician Tony Abbott in the paper crying poor
Saying his family can't take the effects of his pay cut anymore
He still earns more in one day than I do in 26 weeks
Doesn't he think of our farmers while his gives this 'poverty' speech? read more »Helen Warren
220.Hope: A worthless Virtue
Wherever you find Mankind, two plagues follow Him: War and poverty, both preventable but impossible to eradicate. The reason: greed. The sorrier of the two is poverty; war sometimes is a necessity, poverty never is.
Man is forever looking for more but always that pursuit is misdirected. He never includes his fellow human beings, only his narrow clique’s self-interests. The rest are left to fend for themselves. Often an impossible task to achieve, the result is poverty.
Once a victim of this state of being, what is left is hope- worthless hope.
read more »Albert Ahearn
221.Because Of Us
We will never defeat the terrorists with our oppressive laws
We will only defeat terrorism by fighting it's root cause
What are we doing one well might ask to alleviate poverty
In war torn and Third World Countries? not much if you ask me. read more »Francis Duggan
222.Get Rid Of
Rid the Human World of rank and class distinction than those we need something more fair
Get rid of the titles of the Sirs and Madams and tax to the hilt every millionaire and billionaire
And strive for to alleviate the pain of poverty the poverty afflicting the poor
I disagree with those who say that poverty is like an incurable disease since for poverty there is a cure. read more »Francis Duggan
223.Poverty is not a Calling
Poverty is not a calling,
Even if the priests think it is.
Poverty is a distraction,
The intellectual must think it so. read more »samuel nze
224.I Appreciate Their Teachings
Many today are discovering,
The ease their introduction to poverty has become.
Some of us already experienced with its effects,
Thought of poverty as a prerequisite to upper mobility. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
Our fathers' heirs,
We now inherit what they once called theirs.
The Crime, the Poverty, read more »HediTedi
226.Holy Thursday (Experience)
Is this a holy thing to see.
In a rich and fruitful land.
Babes reduced to misery.
Fed with cold and usurous hand? read more »William Blake
227.Your Riches—taught me—Poverty
Your Riches—taught me—Poverty.
Myself—a Millionaire read more »Emily Dickinson
Some place far from here
A baby is crying
A child is hungry
A mother is dying read more »Jessica Collazo