Poverty Poems - Poems For Poverty

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  • 85.
    The Laborer

    In the sizzling heat of the afternoon
    Clothes drenched and shoes filled with sweat
    Last nights long shift makes the body ache
    In growing age when the muscle is the only strength
    The will like faith growing stronger with each passing day
    A disease knocking at the visceral parts of the body
    Joints now like the hinges in the machine need oil
    Moved in hundreds and like all others
    Away from the family and the little ones memory
    A letter from the home in need of money
    For the doctor’s fee as education is forlorn desire
    Minimum wage half robbed by the supervisor
    And like a true competition in economics
    Out on the metal gates a replacement is waiting
    Alienated from the production of the product
    Creating surplus for the consumption of the rich
    His toils are in the shine of the markets in goods glittering
    Unaware of the political upheaval
    No care for his welfare
    He has no future; his children will also work like him
    The power of the muscle, will and faith
    He is a laborer who if not given the job
    Will go for a daily wage and sleep on the road side
    Poverty is his bread, poverty his butter
    Poverty that alienates
    Poverty the missing link
    Poverty the slogan
    Poverty it said is loved by the prophets
    Poverty it said is gods chosen creed
    Poverty the banner
    Poverty the tears
    Poverty the helplessness
    Poverty the consciousness
    Break it free
    The ordained writing on the book of fate
    To bring it down
    Open its pages
    Remove the names
    Of all the people poor
    Break it free
    The pages they call divine
    For divinity is me
    Divinity is you
    For I shall write
    My own destiny
    On the book of fate
    Up from the skies
    Down to the earth
    In poverty I will live
    But on my own choosing
    Break the bond
    Of eternal slavery
    Thou art the bitterest vice read more »

  • 86.
    Orphan Child

    Illiteracy was the main cause
    For poverty and curse
    This has been for several centuries
    It has only added miseries read more »

  • 87.
    Seek an answer

    : "I want world to be free from agony"
    The idealists and poets pray to almighty
    With sole aim to feel real freedom and liberty
    Where all people are happy and free from poverty read more »

  • 88.
    love conjecture

    She saddens my heart
    Depreciates my resepct and dignity

    Left with poverty read more »

  • 89.
    Sonnet on the Author's Birthday

    SING on, sweet thrush, upon the leafless bough,
    Sing on, sweet bird, I listen to thy strain,
    See aged Winter, 'mid his surly reign,
    At thy blythe carol, clears his furrowed brow. read more »

  • 90.
    Grief II

    When poverty creeps into the dawn
    Then rich wrap themselves in gown
    And spray security like mosquito repellent
    O tears tell me, where is our benevolent read more »

  • 91.
    21 - Victorian Poverty

    A period of extreme poverty of the lower working classes
    As they worked to the death the rich sat politely on their arses
    London’s poor tried to scrape a living doing jobs the devil created
    As the rich sat at their windows laughing at the pitiful souls they hated read more »

  • 92.
    poverty is a gift

    Father - poverty is a gift
    Ask any bird taking a rain bath
    Son, don't make me laugh
    There's nothing but rain read more »

  • 93.
    Poverty: a Curse or a Boon

    Long ago there was a king,
    Sober, sublime and sincere,
    One Saturday night, came an angel,
    'Thou hath given a wish that ye can, read more »

  • 94.

    Not easy
    But can be
    At ease read more »

  • 95.
    Human Dracula

    In this world of modernity
    The worst curse is poverty
    A poor often thought to be
    A blur on the high society read more »

  • 96.
    Ill Will

    Life has no meaning if two ends can not be met
    It can be termed as cruel joke or fate
    The struggle should not be for square meal
    One should always think before taking meal and feel read more »

New Poverty Poems

  1. Beggars and poverty, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  3. Welcome to The City of Poverty, jackie compton
  4. Problem Of Today's Era, maharshi trivedi
  5. A Bucket full of Slang, Aftab Alam
  6. Nature Knows The Poor, Omaru Seinu Abdulgafar
  7. Never try to justify the poverty, Aftab Alam
  8. The flag of victory, Aftab Alam
  9. And what is poverty, gajanan mishra
  10. Swing Notes and Anarchist (Poverty), C Jay Caputo
  11. Poverty In The 21st Century, Winston Harding
  12. the crowned hero, Farida Gulani
  13. Poverty, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  14. poverty is a gift, Mark Heathcote
  15. Poverty, Paola Degli Esposti
  16. Goodbye Poverty, ambitious blessing
  17. To Laugh At, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  18. Poverty Knock, Justin Reamer
  19. Humble Bumble Bee Beginnings, Shirley Morgan
  20. Poverty, Ajala Samuel Akindele
  21. Poverty And Due To Poverty, gajanan mishra
  22. Generous Poverty, Suu Casey Young
  23. Poverty, Pragya Bajpai
  24. Unrest, hasmukh amathalal
  26. Forgotten In The The Sea Of Life, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  27. Poverty, Sophia Engel
  28. Poverty, Harshit Agrawal
  29. The curse of poverty, ramesh rai
  30. Poverty, SEGUN RASAKI
  31. Heaven and Hell both are here, Somanathan Iyer
  32. I hate poverty, Asif Andalib
  33. Ode to Poverty, john tiong chunghoo
  34. O' Murderous Poverty, LIGHTCHEERFUL BRIGGS
  35. The Suicide Note, Asif Andalib
  36. Poverty, Sydney La Roche
  37. Passionate Poverty, john sensele
  38. Poem Of Poverty, Millosh Gjergj Nikolla
  39. Poverty Is A Curse., Saleem Tharani
  40. (Africa poems) I wallow alone in my pov.., BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  41. THE POVERTY, hortensia handy
  42. Poverty, gajanan mishra
  43. Bills To Pay And The Money Lenders, veeraiyah subbulakshmi
  44. April, March! Soldiers Search for HUNGER.., Harindhar Reddy
  45. Rousseau Goes Zen, M Barton
  46. Wings, Mary Jesusa Villegas
  47. April, March! Soldiers Search for HUNGER.., Harindhar Reddy
  48. MAMPI: A GIRL OF 11, Pranab K. Chakraborty
  49. The Shadow Inside My Shadow, Eric Cockrell
  50. Poem Of Our Souls', Senator alufalism
  51. Spectators Of Poverty, Mojalefa Owami Mogakane
  52. Poverty, Mallory Martin
  53. 21st century cries., salma. torrez
  54. Poem Of Poverty, Migjeni
  55. Song, Poverty Parts Good Company, Joanna Baillie
  56. Blaqpearl, Yolanda Mbatha
  57. Poverty, Ricky Baker
  59. Poverty, Nicki Faith
  60. WHEN DOES POVERTY GET POOR, terrence beckford
  61. Life's reaction; My action, Adedolapo Olisa
  62. Sympathies dry, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  63. 35, RIC S. BASTASA
  64. about the cause and the effect, RIC S. BASTASA
  65. romancing the poverty of other people, RIC S. BASTASA
  66. The problematic child, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  67. Poverty, Meera Meenakshi Sundharam
  69. Poverty Doesn’t Laugh, Mehreen Mujeeb
  70. Hope bleeds gradually, Adrian Wait
  71. Poverty, George Sicillia
  72. Help For The Poor, Joyce Hemsley
  73. Poverty-II, Palas Kumar Ray
  74. Poverty-I, Palas Kumar Ray
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