Top 100 Poems About: SMART
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
My dad gave me one dollar bill
'Cause I'm his smartest son,
And I swapped it for two shiny quarters
'Cause two is more then one! read more »Shel Silverstein
2.It Is Hard Being Smart
i must hide it) lost in it(s mind..
and try not to offend those..
whom are so much... more smarter..
and so very deep..as I sleep... read more »Is It Poetry
3.The Wind Blew Shrill And Smart
THE wind blew shrill and smart,
And the wind awoke my heart
Again to go a-sailing o'er the sea,
To hear the cordage moan read more »Robert Louis Stevenson
The trees are leaving;
heading magnetic north;
sap cooled read more »Lonnie Hicks
You come out on the road with a veil on your face,
You naughty beloved I can feel your grace!
Sometimes it's brown, sometimes it's black,
Sometimes it's dense, sometimes with a crack, read more »Akhtar Jawad
6.Limerick: Smart Plants
Some plants just have quite special powers;
Intelligence that's more than ours.
They come from tiny seeds
And yet those clever weeds read more »Kim Barney
7.A Poem On Being Smart
Smart cities aren’t a country’s primal need;
Existing cities must be made better;
Smart citizens, bureaucrats, we want;
Smart youth, professionals and leaders must guide. read more »Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,
Who wants no luxury in life?
Beautiful husband and be a good wife
That is general perception
For lifelong relation read more »Hasmukh Amathalal
9.You May Be Smart
You may have the knowledge of Albert Einstein
And you may have the understanding of Freud
But if care, life, and love you cannot define,
You are nothing but a mere fool in this world. read more »Obed dela Cruz
10.The Smart Valentines...
On the way back home, they think of them,
They buy something for their valentines,
A cup cake and a cute bucket of ice cream,
Their Valentine like these items the most, read more »Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi
11.A Soliloquy Of A Smart-Alecky Soap
A one timefat green perfumed cake of soap
Spend the rest of my life
As a mere lucent film read more »Sachin Ketkar
because i'm the brightest of my family
dad gave me a twenty
and said 'spend it wisely son'
'and whatever you do don't tell your mum' read more »Allen Steble