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Best Economy Poems

Below are the all-time best Economy poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of economy poems written by PoetrySoup members

Premium Member Soul Factory
to the Soul Factory
We have cool souls,
sophisticated souls,
luxury and economy.
Choice is a matter,
of who you want to be.

Yes we ship souls,
to many exotic places.

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Categories: economy, art, conflict, growth,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Refugee
Running from an economy full of hate
hunger will place him behind bars unless he relocates
war and crisis lingering with the hope to end soon
have pocketed...

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Categories: economy, adventure, africa, death, depression,
Form: Couplet
What If
What If

  You live in a Matrix that you don't know, what is really happening around you.
That there are people that wish to control...

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Categories: economy, allusion, america, anxiety, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Lotsa Limericks - It Couldn't be Verse
		1. Big Brother
Big Brother's protecting his mice
with a secret eavesdropping device.
          If you hang up the...

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Categories: economy, america, society,
Form: Limerick
Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain
Blissfully ignorant and supine,
Lost in the economy line,
voters don’t have a clue
that liberty is through.
Apathy dictates all else is fine.
People keep telling me how foolish...

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Categories: economy, political, people, people,
Form: Rhyme

My family is everywhere
My family is everywhere like wild seeds sown
On the whim and bluster of a wind
Some left for Cuba before the revolution
Bring green stalks of sweet...

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Categories: economy, familyfamily, old, home, family,
Form: Free verse
The Giant of Lisbellaw
Stood I there, that last day,
On an iron bridge...
An aqueduct by design,
Where, looking dreamily out over
The Ernes Lower Lough,
My compressed shadow 
Momentarily paused -
To contently...

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Categories: economy, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Paul, Peter and the Tweeter
Paul, Peter and the Tweeter
Why not choose, 
a billionaire leader?
One who is not 
an eloquent speaker.
Trouble rises,
he robs Paul to pay Peter.
The bold rich need...

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Categories: economy, anxiety, celebrity, confusion, environment,
Form: Political Verse
If only you would vote for me

                 When election...

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Categories: economy, america, freedom, philosophy, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Last Good Days of Innocence

We were a generation free of super-technology.
Yes, we had our records and tv
and the airlines for speedy travel. And yes, 
there had been wars throughout...

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Categories: economy, people,
Form: Free verse
Another One Shuts Down - corona virus edition
Another One Shuts Down (Corona virus version)

Gates and boards and reels of wire
Garbage by the gates
Driveway overgrown with grass
The factory is a state

Security checks once...

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Categories: economy, business, community, society, sorrow,
Form: Rhyme
India Shining
India, my motherland best as any mother
To me, at par with best world over

India's invention of Zero and Decimal 
Critical to scientific calculation, invention

Rich ancient...

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Categories: economy, motherworld,
Form: Couplet
Africa's children blighted in the rich land of birth
Persecuted by the oppressing hand of foreign greed
Agitate for love to find in ancient pigment its worth

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Categories: economy, people, children, , cute,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member No free lunch
A scientist pursuing research—
with disinterested curiosity,
Poets distancing themselves—
from personal emotions,
from ‘personality’ (in Eliot’s idiolect),
A sportsperson focusing on the event—
not obsessed with results,
demonstrating sporting spirit,
Anyone doing...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: economy, irony, satire, society,
Form: Free verse
The City And The State Of Play Today

No one worries about morals today 
They follow the rules they create
So to them all is ok
Those on...

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Categories: economy, business, community, corruption, international,
Form: Free verse
Incredible India
We are the Indians noted for our humanness and calm nature
With no harshness in our Principles and ideals.
We are open minded, emotional and good natured

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Categories: economy, patriotic, integrity, universe,
Form: Epic
One Knee
Poet:  Ken Jordan 
Poem:  One Knee 
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  September 2017

One Knee

Yes, I kneel down on one knee 

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: economy, africa, america, betrayal,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A big problem
Once there was a famous king,
More famous than Ozymandias.
His name was King Wolf. 
Sultan was his nickname.
He called himself a benevolent despot;
And his style of...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: economy, irony, satire, , ozymandias,
Form: Narrative
America Sucks Less
This country’s sure got problems
Corruption, crime, and drugs.
And though we try to fix the world
The world just hates our guts.
But for all our woes and...

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© Joe Bob  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: economy, america, satire, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Old Worn Out Poet
By the light of a window sits an old man, his pennies he does count.
His hair is gray, his eyes are old, and there’s little...

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Categories: economy, character, courage, dedication, imagery,
Form: Epic
Premium Member A Good News Day
The sun rose this morning
Things are going our way

Frost and drought
Did not destroy crops
There’s food for the world – Lick your chops

A truce finally came...

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Categories: economy, happiness,
Form: Rhyme
Little Boy
Little boy with a toy gun
Dreams of all that might be fun
To be fully clad in combat gear
And go into battle with no fear
A hero...

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Categories: economy, betrayal, corruption, hero, soldier,
Form: Rhyme
Harlem Blues
It's night now in harlem, time to explore
Snakes are diurnal, rats love their nocturnal
Life, the subway is a swinging door.
A cockroach crawls before it falls

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Categories: economy, black-african amerchildren, fairy, me,
Form: Free verse
Harvey the Hippo
Harvey the Hippo

Harvey is a huge hippopotamus
Who bathes in a bay that is bottomless
HIs mouth is as large as a riverboat barge
And he weighs ten...

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Categories: economy, animal,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Christmas Castaways
Christmas Castaways

My good friend Jerry’s unemployment had run out
I feared print journalism’s future was in doubt

But while we commiserated on Christmas Eve
A disheartening report was...

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Categories: economy, christmas, friend, holiday,
Form: Couplet