Poems About: PRIDE
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All I have left is my pride.
But a shield, yet a buoy.
Keeps me afloat against vice,
Against your spite that annoy. read more »Real Wordz
26.The Pride That Comes After
It knows it all, it knows it all,
The world of groans and laughter,
It sneers of pride before a fall,
But the bitter pride comes after: read more »Henry Lawson
Proud is a word that is so often used
And proud is a word that's too often abused
Proud of our Nation's war victories and proud of our Nation's flag
Pride as well as coming before a fall gives us the right to brag read more »Francis Duggan
28.Pride and Prejudice
Elizabeth, I fell in love with you,
Without seeing you in person.
Without being born in your days,
With a figure that I carved of you, read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
29.991. Give Me The Pride Of Being Your Child.
Some people with pride of having best parents. read more »Raman Savithiri
My life is in danger
Myself is in danger
as I cut the small pieces
tiny failed autonomies read more »Katerina Val
31.The Sin Of Pride
“What is pride? ”
“What makes you not.
What makes you far.”
Know yourself, your pride vanishes. read more »JOBY JOHN
Pride means nothing when the one you love is gone.
It's the bullet in the gun, when you pull the trigger and
Pride is fake, intrusive and unreal, pulling us away read more »Under A Microscope
33.arrogance of man
arrogance of man is a defect
what you see is what you get
they say pride comes before the fall
some can not see this at all read more »Giovanna Marie
If only people has no pride,
Life would be so simple,
No more ecstacy of trouble,
No more place to tremble, read more »Susan T. Aparejo
pride settles for many words
words that stab back like the knives of the knaves
shimmering and sharp and shaking
pride flying without wings read more »RIC S. BASTASA
36.Can you see the pride of a nation?
Can you see the pride of a nation
when it’s young men,
march of to war
and some to return no more? read more »Gert Strydom