RESPECT POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “respect” are listed.

  • 217.
    Conservative People

    Conservative in their ways and in their thinking they do not embrace change in any way
    They fear change as a threat to their existence as conservative through their lives they do stay
    They resist change as if change is quite harmful as things were they wish them to remain
    Their flawed values of rank and class distinction are things that they do fight hard to retain read more »

  • 218.
    Love and God of 'Self'

    The most spoken noun of the many
    polytheistic deities conceived -
    worship and controversy becoming
    synonymous with conflict read more »

  • 219.
    I Am Who I Am

    I am who I am
    A BLACK AFRICAN QUEEN
    I am who I am
    One of God’s living things read more »

  • 220.
    Love is...

    read more »

  • 221.
    She Never Asked For a Dime

    She never asked for a dime
    Nor did she for my time
    She never envied other's diamonds
    She kept the pact; broke no bonds read more »

  • 222.
    For Girls and Women

    This is not for rhythem this is my poetry to myself and holds rapids under still water.

    For the girls, (unmarried) today love your father and respect him not as you want him to see you but respect him always, as he see's you even when you know he does not. Do the right thing and stay true to yourself you're beautiful and your body is sacred. For this you will never have to face the horrible crisis women in America had and have to face. read more »

  • 223.
    Merienda

    I'd like to tell you about a friend
    Who goes about selling snacks
    She walks alone from Monday to weekend
    From the subdivision gate and back. read more »

  • 224.
    Only Oldie

    I remember only oldie,
    Grey hair looks like Goldie,
    Her temperament and anger same as before
    But she is liked and praised therefore read more »

  • 225.
    I WONDER WHERE MY LIONS ARE?

    I wonder where my lions are?
    I wonder where my lions are?
    I wonder where my lions are?
    They are safe running in heaven in that beautiful park that God own in Heaven together with the other animals read more »

  • 226.
    FIRST POEM

    The world is a curious global theater,
    My poem is nervous and anxious to capture the audience,
    This first poem is ambitious however humble in respect of poetry legacies,
    Where inspiration and attitude evolved from, masculine and famine, read more »

  • 227.
    Those Most Dependable

    Those most dependable,
    Are not the ones we show...
    A giving of respect.
    They're often people we neglect. read more »

  • 228.
    For One To Count A Star Thus One Count The Stars Of Star Bucks. For Every Star That One See

    For every star that one see yet one see the eyes of the stars of Star Bucks but for one to count a star thus one to count a star thus one count the stars of respect yet when a star smile it's the smile that says hello for one count a star thus one count the stars of Star Bucks.


    Thus for one to come to Star Bucks for one come for a good cup of coffee thus every cup of coffee has the touch of respect for every min the sun shine there respect in the air the and yet for one to count a star thus one count the stars of Star Bucks. read more »

New Respect Poems

  1. Respect For You, Michael P. McParland
  2. Why Should I Respect You, Asit Kumar Sanyal
  3. A Noble teacher., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  4. The family of Star Bucks is the sun of r.., Raymond Sawyer
  5. Every star that one see is a special star., Raymond Sawyer
  6. Every moment one see the stars of Star B.., Raymond Sawyer
  7. To see the moon is to feel the touch of .., Raymond Sawyer
  8. Where there a warm smile there Star Buck.., Raymond Sawyer
  9. The star that sing is the stars of respe.., Raymond Sawyer
  10. Every fresh cup of coffee there a star o.., Raymond Sawyer
  11. To dance under the stars is to dance wit.., Raymond Sawyer
  12. Where there respect there is the family .., Raymond Sawyer
  13. The touch of respect is the touch of sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  14. A lovely night for the stars of respect., Raymond Sawyer
  15. The stars of the night is the stars of r.., Raymond Sawyer
  16. The smile of a star is the smile of Star.., Raymond Sawyer
  17. A lovely night for the stars of Star Buc.., Raymond Sawyer
  18. The tear of a star is the tear of respect., Raymond Sawyer
  19. For every warm smile there a star of res.., Raymond Sawyer
  20. Every star that one see is Star Bucks fa.., Raymond Sawyer
  21. Another lovely night for the star of res.., Raymond Sawyer
  22. When the sky is blue for one shall see t.., Raymond Sawyer
  23. As night slip in for the stars of Star B.., Raymond Sawyer
  24. For every smile thus the smile of the st.., Raymond Sawyer
  25. To travel is like being touch with respe.., Raymond Sawyer
  26. Where there is a star there Star Bucks., Raymond Sawyer
  27. The train ride is like being touch with .., Raymond Sawyer
  28. When the moon is bright thus the family .., Raymond Sawyer
  29. The night the stars touch one with respe.., Raymond Sawyer
  30. For where is respect go to the name Star.., Raymond Sawyer
  31. Year after year for one see the stars of.., Raymond Sawyer
  32. Special stars is the stars of Star Bucks., Raymond Sawyer
  33. The stars that care is the stars of resp.., Raymond Sawyer
  34. To walk with a star is to walk with resp.., Raymond Sawyer
  35. The stars in the night is the stars of S.., Raymond Sawyer
  36. The stars of Star Bucks is the stars of .., Raymond Sawyer
  37. A lovely even for the stars of respect., Raymond Sawyer
  38. The land of the stars is the land of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  39. For every smile thus there the stars of .., Raymond Sawyer
  40. For every star that one see is the star .., Raymond Sawyer
  41. Where there respect thus there Star Bucks., Raymond Sawyer
  42. To touch a star is to be touch by the st.., Raymond Sawyer
  43. The stars that whisper the name Star Buc.., Raymond Sawyer
  44. The stars of respect is the smile of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  45. The eyes of the stars is the eyes of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  46. Where there a smile thus there a star of.., Raymond Sawyer
  47. For One To Count A Star Thus One Count T.., Raymond Sawyer
  48. The Stars Of The Night Is The Stars Of S.., Raymond Sawyer
  49. A Special Star Thus Star Bucks Is Special., Raymond Sawyer
  50. A Falling Star Is The Star Of Star Bucks, Raymond Sawyer
  51. Where There A Star For One See The Stars.., Raymond Sawyer
  52. The Stars Of Respect Is The Stars Of Sta.., Raymond Sawyer
  53. The stars of respect is special stars of.., Raymond Sawyer
  54. Walk In The Forest, Naveed Akram
  55. Another on the said Occasion, Robert Burns
  56. Raise The Hand Of The Person Who Rejuven.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  57. Freedom and men of virtues., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  58. Never give up, John Mamhungaire
  59. A Responsible Citizen, JOHN CHATAIKA
  60. Respect, David Boyce
  61. Text and Respect, douglas scotney
  62. CULTURE OF INDIAN SOCIETY, Desiraju Surya Narayana
  63. There are people, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  64. A Word which we Should Never Forget, Poheklo Park
  65. Let's Respect, Poheklo Park
  66. The house where the wife lives like an i.., Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  67. A Teacher-A Student Relationship Anytime, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  68. A Teacher-A Student Relationship, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  69. Respect Demanded In Spades, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  70. Wisdom or Behaviour!, Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  71. Not guest, hasmukh amathalal
  72. Go to space, gajanan mishra
  73. Mother Mother Mother, Noble Moyo
  74. Command respect, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
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