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Poems About: POVERTY

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  • 85.
    Poverty's Breath

    Our lives on earth are based on poverty, why then should anyone make a 'vow of poverty'.
    No matter what we accumulate after we are born, it cannot accompany us into death.
    We are born with nothing but our life and intellect in tact.
    Those of us who are lucky enough to maintain our intellect to the end must also lose it along with life when we take our final breath. read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 86.

    The poor
    The homeless
    The mother
    The father read more »

    Konjit Berhane
  • 87.
    Richness of Thought

    Poverty teaches
    Many lessons
    Poverty gives birth
    To richness of thought. read more »

    Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  • 88.
    Fragments - Lines 0173 - 0178

    Of all things it is poverty that most subdues a noble man,
    More even than hoary old age, Kyrnos, or fever;
    Indeed, to avoid it one should even throw oneself into the sea's
    Deep gulfs, Kyrnos, or off sheer cliffs. read more »

  • 89.

    I live in abject poverty
    Camped underneath a tree
    But I ask you don’t feel too sorry
    For the likes of me read more »

    Neil Milliner
  • 90.
    Poverty, And Ignorance!

    one of the most infuriating
    things i've ever read inferred
    that people live in poverty
    because they are ignorant! read more »

    Eric Cockrell
  • 91.
    Rises Above!

    the well read soul
    rises above his poverty,
    and takes his brother with him.
    only the ignorant take without giving... read more »

    Eric Cockrell
  • 92.

    There is no pretty alternative to my pain, but My pain itself, There is no pretty alternative to my anger, but My anger itself, read more »

  • 93.
    the poverty of the world

    the poverty of the world
    the hunger of the children
    will always be here
    no matter what read more »

  • 94.
    Touched By Another

    Poverty steps into the future, bringing with it the past
    and all it's present moments. read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 95.
    Poverty is a promicuous woman

    I have seen poverty
    And my eyes can not bear another stare
    For she is ugly and oozes with the stench of repulse
    Irritable to the point of regurgitation read more »

    Fidelis Nwaugba
  • 96.

    Don'e touch me forever and
    don't follow me read more »

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