Poems About: WORK
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
277.Conversations: Angels And Demons
was talking to a truckdriver
that just came in off the road
he said: 'pretty much the same, read more »Eric Cockrell
by Brendon Langeveldt on Tuesday, October 7,2008 at 10: 42pm · read more »Brendon Langeveldt
279.The Work I Hate
Could it be so? Is my end this near?
Is that the carriage of Death I hear?
No, it can't be. I've wasted no time.
I did not play or have a good time read more »Scott McQueen
280.WORKING CLASS - ZINDABAD
WORKING CLASS - ZINDABAD
She is a working lady, intelligent graduate,
not a white-collar post, nor a BPO read more »santhana louis
I must say that I despise work,
For I put only 50% into it,
And I know that is mediocrity for you, read more »James Roberts
282.MY FRIEND JOHN
John won't be at work today
This day of dark and dismal cloud
The Trees are bent and look away
And dare not think aloud read more »David Burton Richardson
I would want no holiday
Not for a second or whole day
Twenty four hours in a day are less
Lots of unfinished work is to be finished read more »hasmukh amathalal
284.To Work or Not to Work.
Every day can be lovely if you open your mind
Face life as it is, do your best and unwind.
Some of us lives for work and be important,
Some of us spend time doing nothing for them work is unpleasant. read more »LaSoaphia QuXazs
285.Just one repair!
Just one portion of compound
Wall was broken
And I want to get it repaired read more »Geetha Jayakumar
Inside. Outside. There’s work needing to be done.
It matters not whether the cost is little or a lot,
Whether it’s sunny or stormy, cold or hot. read more »Jackie Allen
287.Working For Sweetie
At work working as usual
Every day, every night
Starting with the Sun rising till when it becomes shy and starts the journey to hide
When it leaves the stars and the moon to dance in the sky read more »Nyota Yasulwe
288.Duty Is Loved By The Divinity
Always opt for proper adjustment
By ignoring anger's inducement
Do your duty with commitment
Live with a positive sentiment read more »Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman