Poems About: WORK
Poems on / about :
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241.God’s At Work
Be still, be quiet and you shall see, the hand of The God of Eternity.
Just be still and know He is God, shepherding all with staff and rod.
He’s at work throughout your life; He’s the comfort in pain and strife.
And when a problem won’t relent, God is there with encouragement. read more »Bob Gotti
Work Work Work
Pay Pay Pay read more »Andy Chan
243.Where There's Smoke, There's Failure
So it goes like this,
Guy meets girl.
Guy buys flowers.
Girl puts them in a vase. read more »John W. McEwers
WHEN I am busying about,
Sewing on buttons, tapes, and strings,
Hanging the week's wet washing out
Or ironing the children's things, read more »Edith Nesbit
245.There Must Be An Easier Way
To earn one's living there must be an easier way
Than working in a menial job for menial pay
You age so fast your hair prematurely gray
And you must work hard till your retirement day. read more »Francis Duggan
246.780. Work 060409
As far as I can not melt myself in Meditation,
I surrender to work at hand with attention!
As long as the ceaseless dance of ego goes on, read more »Raman Savithiri
247.What is the sanctity and greatness of print-published literary work?
What is the sanctity and greatness of print-published literary work?
Knowingly or unknowingly we are insisting that a literary work must be a print-published to be taken note of. It is every one's read more »Varanasi Ramabrahmam
Workaholic, say you, is to do work all the time your nature,
People take beer, brandy, rum, vodka
And in capers respond they,
Which I suggest you not to take, read more »Bijay Kant Dubey
249.What was taught fought with that wrought to sought
Democratic leaders work to keep voters rites fired up over a fiery election right
and forgive them, instead of seeking revenge, knowing not to fight
policy overly simplistic at times less inspiring works sung
in teaching respect for authority while children are still young. read more »Hercolena Oliver
250.In Her Dark Citadel (Revised)
I am so glad to be led by Madame Pompadour,
her employees are irksome self-motivated prigs
dissatisfied as their central value, the ethic of
the hard-working Calvinist, showing a lack of read more »Margaret Alice Second
251.A Ballad Of Wasted Years
I have walked through tougher Harlem where few strangers dare to go
And I've been in London City in the rain and in the snow
And I've worked in inner Melbourne in the searing summer heat
And believe me if I tell you I have earned the bread I eat. read more »Francis Duggan
252.We Can Work It Out
Try to see it my way,
Do I have to keep on
Talking till I can't go on? read more »Jojo JAC