Poems About: SYMPATHY
Poems on / about :
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13.Lines On The Australian Dock Dispute (98)
My sympathy is not with the sacked Australian wharfies
Compared to most others they are overpaid
The old tired fight the bosses versus the workers
On the Australian docks is once again replayed. read more »Francis Duggan
14.selfishness and the human nature
i write because i feel sympathy for someone
like me, and then
another reason comes which is hard to accept anyway
but just the same i must accept bluntly read more »Sebastian Soberania
15.Empathy And Sympathy.
Love turns to empathy when one sees God in all,
The sharing of the self in life's rise and fall.
Fostered humbleness, blooms the empathy's flower,
And with it God's bliss, spontaneously showers. read more »Bazi alis Subrata Ray
When i asked if youre ok
Everything you say
Is not the truth read more »Cleo Blue
17.I'll cry no tears
I'll cry no tears of sympathy,
I'll cry no tears of joy.
For what you've lost,
For what you've gained, read more »Niamh Gold
She was blessed
With all your prayers
She would cry
And you would care read more »Holly M. Doyon
Poverty is not mother of grief.
The mother is disparity.
Prosperity cannot drive out grief.
Prosperity eliminates poverty. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
To give alms is compassion.
To feel for one’s sufferings is sympathy.
To share one’s sufferings is empathy.
What you do to parents is compassion, read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
Learn more about the healing art
Like sympathy and care and kindness of heart
Because that is what makes you calm
And work just like the healing balm read more »Seema Chowdhury
22.the little girl in the middle of the river
she is looking at us
passing by the river
she has no fear read more »RIC S. BASTASA
Sunlight bleeds through forest canopy
Slipping between my fingers
The daisies glare at me with sympathy
When crushed their scent still lingers read more »Maylee Bossy
24.Going First To Come Last
There are a lot of players
within this world of ours
trying for the sympathy vote.
Wherever they may go, read more »David Harris