Poems about greed by famous poets
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The love of self, of our earthly wealth a lie upon the earth creating a distance from the Lord veiled in flowery verse We are not made for the things that rust that wither and turn to dust a mighty fortress is our God in Him alone should we trust Nothing of our possessions make nothing an idol, we pray turning away from the world to our brother instead Follow the Christ, away from the world with his witness of God's true love showing obedience, trust in the Lord going to the cross, as a humble servant not the throne a king in an earthly realm Out things, this focus on our wealth a prison, chains on our hearts keeping us from walking with our God on the dusty roads of this life yoked to our brother, our savior doing his work for this we are called leaving our lives, the things behind going where we are led.
Man's Greed - Poem by Paul Sebastian
Realized pain And unrealized gain Are not taxable. Political contributions Are not deductible. No stock options! The Stock Market Lost its jacket And its pants. Common sense Must prevail. He is a mad genius; He killed telepathically, And he loved fame and money. What a disgrace!
Realized pain And unrealized gain Are not taxable. Political contributions Are not deductible. No stock options! The Stock Market Lost its jacket And its pants. Common sense Must prevail. He is a mad genius; He killed telepathically, And he loved fame and money.
These are examples of famous Greed poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great.
around here however walt disney
Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
God fashioned man out of earth In His image and breathed life into him Woman He created for him to love Dominion over creation, He gave him Eden's Paradise, earthly heaven as his treasure Man, yet succumbed to Evil One's temptation Greed banished him from heavenly pleasure To till the earth for food; to earth, his destination Greed begets even more deprivation Man's insatiable greed has no limitation He has learnt not despite Eden's first lesson In his heart, greed to be like gods, lives on Man looks for strange gods to trust He worships the god of material riches Falls at the feet of goddess of lust Bows before goddess of envious witches His heart wears pride as the devil's crest Prowls to steal, kill and destroy: No glitches! Powers of darkness, his propriety Offers food to the god of gluttony Religion abused in the name of Almighty Alibi for rapes, killings; massacres for tyranny Rich get richer; the poor suffer in dire poverty Eco-green sacrificed to fatten an economy Rapid industrialization, at expense of man's health No regard for our children's futurity Insane to abuse and rape Mother Earth! Recklessly tampering with his posterity Suffer man with floods, drought and eco-pollution Mother Nature, suffocates in global warming Flash weather changes, flash floods displacing thousands Displaced millions more in nations that are warring Coveting a people with self-stamped ideological warrants Marriage institution wearing, gay-marriages in Cultural norms challenged and evolving Social-religious values trampled, crumpling Is this the apocalypse man's hastening? Has man begun his own grave digging? Would he relent to warning cries and sober? Rebel till it's too late?
Subliminal messages in a world of greed They start you young To sow the seed To get you to agree to what the powers that be want you to be They'll even take your country if they feel the need will we ever be truly free in a world of greed. Short and to the point. Report Reply. Wow, wow, Dave Walker, Very well structure, easy to read and very short-lined poem. Just how truth is the world full of greedy people