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Commercialism Poems - Poems about Commercialism

Commercialism Poems - Examples of all types of poems about commercialism 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 commercialism.
Neon Blind
...In streets adorned with neon lights, We're sold a dream of grand delights, But beware, for what glitters gold, May only serve to leave us cold. The market's claws can gouge and bite, While we ......Read More
Categories: commercialism, society,
Form: Rondeau Redouble

Premium Member Thoughts on Xmas
... Bethlehem star is shining bright On top of spruce, it looks just right Xmas lights are now turned on Season of goodwill has begun. Time of joy with family and friends Perfect time t......Read More
Categories: commercialism, christmas, encouraging,
Form: Couplet
Holiday Rapids
...Well within the city limits mysteries Suburban people to the core escape Into a wilderness of houses bunched together Outside town, outside the reaches of police In giant vehicles m......Read More
Categories: commercialism, appreciation, christmas, confusion, holiday,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member There Was A Time
...There was a time, before Hollywood fully embraced commercialism – then love was yet a part of Paramount; before ratings took complete charge of the Industry's heart – changing sincerity and dea......Read More
Categories: commercialism, christian, meaningful, patriotic, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...grazing forever on crass commercialism even in the grass......Read More
Categories: commercialism, corruption, earth, environment,
Form: Haiku

What Have We Done
...What Have We Done Day falls to night as night turns to Day, Like a page in a old book fading away. Headlines that grab us and bring us to tears, The lies that they feed us and fill us with fear......Read More
Categories: commercialism, care, emotions, meaningful, society,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Commercialism
...Habits are difficult to break… and when lethal it is as if trying to scale a fence with barbs at the top. Smoking, drug addiction, bad relationships attach to one’s spirit like flypaper or......Read More
Categories: commercialism, addiction, business, people, perspective,
Form: Free verse
...There's something about pollution that makes you think you belong Perhaps it's nature's fart Or maybe other's told you bare sick winds for their art There's something about a sick wind that m......Read More
Categories: commercialism, analogy, jobs, pollution,
Form: Quatrain
... TV SHOPPING MADNESS The mad Christmas shopping on TV has begun. Hair dryers for close to 400 dollars. Tons of electrical stuff that will make us anyth......Read More
Categories: commercialism, christmas, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Wood chew believe aye took stock
...Wood chew believe aye took stock...? Upon a whim, an endeavor arose to communicate cumulative key whatchamacallit, yea...nuggets o' wisdom, asper about yours truly no reason, nor rhyme unwi......Read More
Categories: commercialism, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Lyric
Netherworld Unearthed Within This Mind
...Psyche soaking wet with devout atheism, this lifetime skeptic now tenuously linkedin with Unitarianism attests, said upbringing proffered, mine credo, gestalt, leitmotif, sans abstractionism ......Read More
Categories: commercialism, america, appreciation, environment, fate,
Form: Political Verse
... Hanukkah By Gavri Hanita Hazaka Abir Selek 2nd Charles Gerald Patrick Chard 2nd The Hanukkah candles remind us of the story, How one day’s Holy oil stretched into seven days of......Read More
Categories: commercialism, jewish,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Shackles of love
...Shackles of cynicism have displaced your heart, the love that once transcended time is no more. No wordsmith can bring beauty to an invisible emotion, lost in translation to an ignorant ......Read More
Categories: commercialism, analogy, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Reasons for Seasons
...Honey. A question. One? For now. Subject to chain-reaction change. As long as we're clear about our lack of restraining rules. Quite so, dear. I'm wondering about that line "Jesus i......Read More
Categories: commercialism, christmas, earth, holiday, humor,
Form: Political Verse
Off the Chain
... It’s a hot commodity, seems as if everybody gotta have it Possessing something that gives such elevated status is a coveted thing Desired for the inordinate attention it bring Ownersh......Read More
Categories: commercialism, culture, perspective, truth, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse

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