Poems About: POVERTY
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277.You A Villagerly, Poor Girl-child of India Weeping For Cosmetics, My Love And I Can’t Give It To You, How Can It Be?
Rustic Maid, grew you up
In the rustic villages,
I mean the thorps and hamlets of Poor India
Where reigned it read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
Every night you question your poverty,
while rich people enjoy their frivolity.
To you life just doesn't seem fair,
you being left in ashes and despair. read more »Jacqui Broad
I can't believe! ! England,
For poverty how can She stands.
The land of liberty and dignity,
Where are identity and humanity? read more »khaled Elbalishy
280.Oh my lord!
Oh my lord!
Why have you created the evil?
That destroys poor civil.
You are everything my lord read more »Prabal Dahal
we speak hollow words,
build hollow houses,
live hollow lives. read more »Eric Cockrell
282.Your Bank Account
Your bank account might have a million
but your emotional account has not a zillion..
For if you place more value on money
you will not develop how to be funny, or have a honey. read more »Christina Sunrise
283.From the confines of the tomb to the prison of the grave
Even if you kill him
For the small inheritance
Of the supermarket and the old
Crumbling shop in the old read more »BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
284.The fate line of India
Poverty is the fate line of India.
It runs all along from the Cape Comarine
Through Deccan Plateau and the Ganges Plain
Till Kashmir valleys and the Himalayas. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
285.Money First And Love Last
Use your body language
Show the cleavage as much
As you can read more »BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
286.Wail Of Poverty
i hear the wail of poverty,
feel the constant pressure
in my chest...
staring with eyes, read more »Eric Cockrell
What a prodigy, dear Chatterton?
At your teens, you pioneer'd romance
Alas, poverty be your mighty menace
The silent suicide of arsenic poison. read more »Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
288.Golden Bird, Painted Black
From beginning I heard
India was a golden bird,
Mughals, Britishers arrived
Looted wealth and destroyed read more »S.D. TIWARI