WORK POEMS

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  • 157.
    The Shearers Work Hard

    The shearers work hard for a living for them never an easy pay
    In shearing sheds in the warm weather they work through the heat of the day
    At the end of a long shearing Season their backs from constant bending do ache
    They work in the evening till nightfall they start shortly after daybreak
    The shearers are children of shearers the trade one might say handed down
    They enjoy their beer at the weekend in the pub of the nearest bush town
    They do seem to enjoy the hard life we make our life choices some say
    From shearing shed to shearing shed in the big Country from home they work quite a long way
    Some daughters of shearers become shearers one might say they've got shearing in the blood
    But it must be a hard way for a woman for to have to earn a livelihood
    Yet top women shearers are good at shearing for their shearing feats they are well known
    Even with the best of the male shearers they have been known to hold their own
    The shearers work hard for a living for them never an easy pay
    In the shearing shed they feel hot and sweaty in the sunshine of a humid day. read more »

  • 158.
    At my second job

    At my second job,
    before completing my degree,
    like any other day
    we were capturing read more »

  • 159.
    Right Work

    The look is of right work,
    The workers move and change
    Together and apart.
    The wages are fixed according to the effort, read more »

  • 160.
    Great Men have Love,

    Great Men have love,
    Great Men have love in their Hearts,
    It is not a lie to say that we are all Great,
    You got to see that you worked hard for the Good Works, read more »

  • 161.
    The bBest offering to God

    work is
    my prayer
    to God read more »

  • 162.
    Early Works -Years

    Children playing with their toys
    dotted around the floor
    peer at you with questioning eyes
    as if you are a stranger in their lair. read more »

  • 163.
    UNTIL THE MORNING COMES

    Until the morning comes
    I will be here
    Waiting for you
    My friend read more »

  • 164.
    fortress into lair

    She has turned into a lair
    the fortress where she once could not
    be harmed, and lies within it bare,
    while hoping love won’t hurt a lot. read more »

  • 165.
    'Arbeit Macht Frei'

    Which means work sets you free.
    That bears at the entrance of Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi concentration camp.
    How does it fades the holocaust in the poor human memory?
    The memorial day is commemorated internationally January 27, the anniversary of the date of the Liberation, the death camp in 1945. read more »

  • 166.
    Users

    Go to the computers and hail the users,
    Their programs are unique according to the losers.
    Here inside the mini-computers are super works,
    Then work yourself with boldness like clerks. read more »

  • 167.
    Leading the Men

    They praise the orders of a man who leads,
    Yes, a prize awaits the worthy deeds;
    Foraging for trustworthy components
    The community is working opponents, read more »

  • 168.
    Without austerity

    Without austerity
    No purity
    Without purity
    No useful advice read more »

New Work Poems

  1. Am i right or wrong, Neptune Barman
  2. The Farmworker, Terry Dawson
  3. Give me work, Emmanuel George Cefai
  4. Chaos and Commotion, Vera Sidhwa
  5. Work, Work, Work!, Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
  6. David Loved Bathsheba, Samson Loved Deli.., Tom Zart
  7. Robots In Love, Bijay Kant Dubey
  8. Being young, gajanan mishra
  9. Work, Work, Work, Randy McClave
  10. The day worked, none .....
  11. Simply working, gajanan mishra
  12. Window Pole Man, Edward Hayes56
  13. Only Work, gajanan mishra
  14. Working Man, Richard Webb
  15. Working One's Ass Off, Kemi Kemms
  16. Work, Babatunde Aremu
  17. Back To Work, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  18. Work, Adam McKim
  19. Inside the public holiday, Emmanuel George Cefai
  20. OPEN AND CLOSE, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  21. OPEN & CLOSE, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  22. If Work Is Your Love Affair, Dr. Debasish Mridha
  23. I Work, tami jones
  24. Work A Step, Barbed Wire
  25. For The Love, gajanan mishra
  26. Work Work and Work, gajanan mishra
  27. WORK THAT BODY & WORK THAT SOUL, Tom Zart
  28. Heaven- I do not want, gajanan mishra
  29. All in a Days Work, Emily Krauss
  30. Work!, Umasree Raghunath
  31. Time Stealing Employment Responsibilities, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  32. Work That Body Song, Tom Zart
  33. Stop writing Literature, You garrulous I.., T (no first name) Wignesan
  34. WORK THAT BODY, Tom Zart
  35. Work, Innocent Timburwa
  36. Work work, gajanan mishra
  37. You have to work?, nimal dunuhinga
  38. Wonder, Tierra Bradley
  39. Do It, Deci Hernandez
  40. Work, Star Flynn
  41. I Am God's Work Of Art, Champs Ulysses Cabinatan
  42. Care For The Elderly - A Conference, Charlotte Peters Rock
  43. Work To Do!, Eric Cockrell
  44. At Work, And At Dreams, Raj Arumugam
  45. Go On, gajanan mishra
  46. A Hectic Day, Jeline Loh
  47. Four Letter 'Work' Song, Buddy Bee Anthony
  48. GET SOME WELL DESERVED REST, Aldo Kraas
  49. Payment, Mark R Slaughter
  50. Motionless, Candace Johnson
  51. Work, Ann Young
  52. M work, penyair aja
  53. Choose the work for worthy time, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  54. Work, Susan T. Aparejo
  55. THIS TIME SONG, Aldo Kraas
  56. .Lifer, NikMorgan ...
  57. I am a King While Working, Mailrangam Visvanathan Venka ..
  58. $ WorK $, Marvin Brato Sr
  59. please read and comment on my work, than.., Dylan KD.
  60. Good Work, Naveed Akram
  61. WORKPLACE JINGLE, Moses Kainwo
  62. HOW MY BODY WORKS, TyRece Thomas
  63. Work - the cycle, Micron
  64. Work, Micron
  65. Work, Sleep, Work, Sleep, Work, Mark R Slaughter
  66. WORK, Green Peace
  67. love your work, RIC S. BASTASA
  68. These Shoes, Mia Satterthwaite
  69. Holiday, Nyein Way
  70. Old Joe The Black Cattle Dog, Francis Duggan
  71. ain't gonna work on your farm no more, gershon hepner
  72. MY COMPLAINT, Gaurav Bhaduri
  73. Workahol, Laurence Overmire
  74. Office Work, David DeSantis
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