Poems About: POVERTY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
85.The Holy Gathering
gather one, and all
come to this royal ball read more »Keith Ricardo Williams
The poor have no choice
Poverty denies them the right to choose
It makes decisions for them
like a dictator makes decisions for a country read more »Chanda Nsofu
87.Below poverty line
Below poverty line,
a boy leads his life.
Poverty makes his dream colourless.
He don't know what is the colours of happiness. read more »Imtiaz Emon
We are proud to say we are poor
We are telling about our poverty
We are getting nowhere.
We want to help the poor read more »gajanan mishra
I have lost myself
Nobody ask me...
'Eat to your's heart will'
A plate of food i have not seen read more »Litan Dey
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
Poverty is like a curse
It deprived Prophet Jesus
Of a wife and popularity read more »Asif Andalib
The brutality of poverty
forces the poor
day in and day out read more »Chanda Nsofu
93.Those Among You
Oh land of poverty
There are those among you
Sent for your healing
Do not shut their mouths read more »Atty Davis
The vision is of poverty –
to pay the people who let you live
even after they consent to give read more »Jacques Maurice
Just moving mega street to lane
Just genuflecting to hunger,
Never winning poverty.
State is desiccated, hovering read more »baki nasrullah
Sadness lined the wrinkles of a father,
His head hung low as he stood with his family waiting to see Santa.
His heart sank as he listened to his children whisper their Christmas wishes,
Knowing full well that they would not receive what they wanted from Santa read more »Brittanie Thornton