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Charity Poems - Poems about Charity

Charity Poems - Examples of all types of poems about charity to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for charity.
Premium Member Paper chase Ephemera
... Tucked away right at the back of my husband’s bedside cabinet lies a brown leather wallet The money is long gone but to him it contains something far more precious ... My bus......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, love,
Form: Free verse



Brave the shave for Macmillan
...I'm looking forward to have my shave, It's not the thought of being brave, I just feel the urge to do some good, And hopefully help to lift my mood, Macmillan helped through times of need, M......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, bereavement, cancer, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MORNING BLESSING
... I wish I’d written today’s blessing because I loved it the moment I read it… I wish I could give credit to the person… but I do not know who said it! And though I never knew the person who wr......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, blessing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member What Will Last Forever
...What Will Last Forever? I stand on the sandy shore alone, as the sun wakes up the dark skies Yawning a salty breeze against my face flushing pink,and blinking sleepy eyes The seagulls squawk......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, bible, introspection, ocean, prayer,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
In the crosshairs and blasts
...Grim shadows of strife unfold death and destruction they have conquered the enemy children silenced, doctors mourned murdered the charity workers murdered the refugees in churches masses weaken......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, africa, evil, religion,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Facing Life's Crises
...Have we embarked a Ship of Fools By forsaking the Golden Rule? And, have we formed a neutral state Sitting astride the Fence of Fate? Our devalued civility, Desensitized humanity, Deprecated ......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, angst, fate, humanity, identity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 40000 cartloads of horse manure
...i printed off all of my poems i distributed them at the traffic lights no one opened their car windows except one poem i stuffed in a dog's face a child laughed at me from his back seat ......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, beach, best friend, encouraging,
Form: Free verse
She took my Man
...To the other woman, I am not mad at you. What you see in him now, is what he shows me yesteryear, only one of us will weep upon his grave: To the All-Woman Who ‘Loses’ Her Mate When love unrave......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, allusion, anger, anxiety, beautiful,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Gee jy nog om? - english translation included
...Gee jy nog om Gee jy nog om vir jou naaste? Sal dit so wees op die laste? Wanneer ons moet staan op ons geloof, Sal jy dan nog die Vader kan loof? Gee jy nog om vir jou naaste? Of maak jy v......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, care, god, people, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
My sensible precautions list
...Make sure you do not need the toilet before stepping into a lift. If you drop something pick it up before a packrat or a magpie sees it. A good book is always worth having when in a waiting roo......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, age, analogy, appreciation, art,
Form: Grook
Premium Member The Saint Missionary
... She came from remote Albania to Calcutta all the way as a young Catholic nun to permanently stay. By chosen profession a passionate teacher unflawed, destiny drove her to be a benign m......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, christian, mother, sympathy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Rest of the Story Poetry Contest-The Old Woman in the Shoe
...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The old woman in the shoe loved the charity shops. Once she was inside, seems like time stopped. She rummaged and searched and became quite mad, But when she came out......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, humor, woman,
Form: Rhyme
The Holy Flower Bud
... A Mother Theresa Quote: “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” She, a Loreto sister of great value a Saint in old Calcutta took a train ride in 1946, and fo......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, appreciation, care, thanksgiving,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Quiet Charity
...What good charities lie in men unsung Who fortune smiled on loud and long? Quiet, do some share their wealth ‘til done To help the poorest of us, get along. Wish I as they were, as they humbl......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, 9th grade, adventure, blessing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Friendly Voice
...I always want to be Your friendly voice The station you tune into When you feel there's too much noise I want to be the harbour For your boat when there's a storm The gentle fireside flicker ......Read the rest...
Categories: charity, appreciation, devotion, friend, friendship,
Form: Rhyme

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