Top 100 Poems About: RESPECT
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
Dear, had the world in its caprice
Deigned to proclaim ``I know you both,
``Have recognized your plighted troth,
Am sponsor for you: live in peace!''--- read more »Robert Browning
'Heavenly Father' - take to thee
The supreme iniquity
Fashioned by thy candid Hand read more »Emily Dickinson
3.Where Is The Respect
I am sitting in the back of the bus
Observing the children play
With the weather just gorgeous
On a very lovely day read more »Ronell Warren Alman
4.Went Up A Year This Evening!
Went up a year this evening!
I recollect it well! read more »Emily Dickinson
I have to live with myself and so
I want to be fit for myself to know.
I want to be able as days go by, read more »Edgar Albert Guest
Biggs was missing: Biggs had vanished; all the town was in a ferment;
For if ever man was looked to for an edifying end,
With due mortuary outfit, and a popular interment, read more »James Brunton Stephens
7.The Giving Tree
Once there was a tree....
and she loved a little boy.
And everyday the boy would come
and he would gather her leaves read more »Shel Silverstein
If we can not respect another
How can we expect them to respect us
If we can not respect someone’s beliefs
How can we expect them to respect ours read more »David Harris
Respect is a lesson that everyone should learn
Respect must be given before an expected return
Respect is something that’s given for free read more »don wilson
Respect your elders all if they deserve;
Respect your servants too who you well serve;
Respect your father for tilling the soil;
Respect your mother for her love and toil. read more »Dr John Celes
11.A Christmas Carol
Welcome, sweet Christmas, blest be the morn
That Christ our Saviour was born!
Earth's Redeemer, to save us from all danger,
And, as the Holy Record tells, born in a manger. read more »William Topaz McGonagall
12.A Une Madone (To A Madonna)
Ex-voto dans le goût espagnol
Je veux bâtir pour toi, Madone, ma maîtresse,
Un autel souterrain au fond de ma détresse, read more »Charles Baudelaire