Top 100 Poems About: PEOPLE


In this page, poems on / about “people” are listed.
  • 1.
    The People

    'WHAT have I earned for all that work,' I said,
    'For all that I have done at my own charge?
    The daily spite of this unmannerly town,
    Where who has served the most is most defaned, read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 2.
    To A Wealthy Man Who Promised A Second Subscription To The Dublin Municipal Gallery If It Were Proved The People Wanted Pictures

    YOU gave, but will not give again
    Until enough of paudeen's pence
    By Biddy's halfpennies have lain
    To be 'some sort of evidence', read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 3.
    What The People Said

    By the well, where the bullocks go
    Silent and blind and slow --
    By the field where the young corn dies
    In the face of the sultry skies, read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 4.
    A World Of Wonderful People

    We live in a world of wonderful people
    Throughout the universe.
    We live in a world of wonderful people
    Where friends are friends with us. read more »

    Aileen Karg
  • 5.
    Power To The People

    Power to the people,
    stomp your feet,
    Hold up your signs,
    exercise freedom of speech, read more »

    Brooks Reitz
  • 6.
    Beautiful People

    When life seems a bit negative
    one turns to beautiful people

    Who generate a magical wealth read more »

    Constance J. Livernois
  • 7.
    We The People

    This era
    This world
    This place
    It is only made of self destruction read more »

    Cory Tilbrook
  • 8.
    My People Are Not Free

    Where was I born? In a Caribbean Island,
    Cuba, "The Pearl of the Antilles," said Christopher Columbus.
    It is beautiful, indeed, but my people are not free.
    They don't have the freedom to vote or to speak. read more »

    Daisy C. Fernandez
  • 9.
    Candled People

    Candled people lined along the wall in animated merriment;
    Their flashing faces all aglow.
    Silhouetted shadows dancing in exaggerated mime,
    Waxing to a fettered tune, consumed by an elusive time. read more »

    David R. Chaffee
  • 10.
    People And Purpose

    People are the carriers of choice in Life:
    Man holds choices of direction in every area of Life:
    Some peoples direction come with a change of mind and heart:
    To gain strength in Life there must be a time of lose of Life: read more »

    Gloria Dean Williams
  • 11.
    We The People

    Elected officials over voices hear,
    Towns and cities everywhere,
    We don't need a higher tax,
    What we need is our country back. The economy and the world national debt, read more »

    Joseph M. Conti
  • 12.
    People Of All Colors Living Here

    Or visiting in this country
    Are cowardly in not admitting over and over
    Their part of causing illness,
    Disease to all skinned tone people, read more »

    Kathleen A. Boyd
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