Best Quick Buck Poems
Below are the all-time best Quick Buck poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of quick buck poems written by PoetrySoup members
The true story Of Fanny Lynes
quick buck, history,
The year is1762 and a tale of murder or mystery they boast
A teenage girl, a drunken parish clerk and even a ghost
About hordes of...
quick buck, death, life, sadlife, god,
The streets, breeds…
These ghetto streets filled with hunger and pain,
Where civil hands toil in hardships but lives remain plain.
Walking the street corner at night puts...
quick buck, confusion, cool, crazy, satire,
Be it as it may I'll try my hand at some clichés
and address the elephant in the room soon when...
quick buck, faith, feelings, humanity, longing,
I saw a young man in the park
with a bottle wrapped in brown paper
I saw him drain the bottle to the last drop
The bottle shattered...
PHONE AND E MAIL SCAMS
quick buck, computer, internet,
I received an exciting soup mail
I’m minted, with wealth off the scale
But I know it’s a fraud
By some bloke from abroad
These fraudster’s should be put...
quick buck, death, imagery, life, love
today they sit inside the day I spoke of many times.
they never thought it'd come true.
they never thought I'd be right.
all of what I was,
quick buck, destiny, introspection, wisdom,
Divinely bequeathed a blank-cheque-Jackpot; in your
possession is the golden ticket
Sadly, many fail to decode it's...
The ugly life
quick buck, birth, christian, confusion, dark,
The life i live i didnt choose or did I?
Every morning i say a prayer,a chant
Is anyone listening? I lie down thinking
How to escape?...
quick buck, life, social, society,
Are these words true?
what do they really mean?
many shops portray them
are people so very green?
So many are taken in
believing their every word
but it's not always...
quick buck, 11th grade, community, wisdom,
It’s 8 AM in the morning and my friend got robbed last night.
That’s the result of a person going through hards times and not workin’...