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Credit Poems - Poems about Credit

Credit Poems - Examples of all types of poems about credit 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 credit.
I am ill eke quipped to dusk hoover dawn ting task of badinage
...I am ill eke quipped to dusk hoover dawn ting task of badinage Indentured gumption forsaken courtesy each pulled wisdom-tooth this hug gust aspiring writer..., albeit youth fool looking imp po......Read More
Categories: credit, 12th grade, adventure, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme

Dik Head
...In 2007 The U.S. Government cut a deal with the major credit card companies to get offline the companies complied..In 2008,The Dutch Government made it illegal,forcing even more producers and sit......Read More
Categories: credit, america, animal, dog, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Workers wage
... He remembers it before it arrives, To collect a far one hundred miles drives, To keep stalling payment his life deprives, Better he ended up in beehives… The end of every month full of meani......Read More
Categories: credit, business, career, cry, hate,
Form: Rhyme
...Happy Africa day , You are always welcome to Africa Africa of millions of happiest people Who understand better their lives conditions And stop buy things In credits. Happy Africa day , ......Read More
Categories: credit, africa, encouraging, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Deposed
... Cash may be King ~ but Credit gave us our Spending Spree ring......Read More
Categories: credit, humor, money, moving on,
Form: Monoku

Satan walking into Gods plot
...Not in his favor eyes shifty But goes to his credit nifty, Helps not his image being hefty But mars it not being the thrifty... Not a nice story he's crafty, Rather that he's so at fifty, At ......Read More
Categories: credit, character, god, perspective, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Those where the good ole days
...loves interlude The story of love it's why I ask myself we are best together seems i don't want no one else people see things differently it's different in every eye we say hello just to say ......Read More
Categories: credit, film, jobs, love, motivation,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member Laird Merde
...or The Living Death beneath Macbeth "The top 1 percent of households globally own 43 percent of all personal wealth, while the bottom 50 percent own only 1 percent." ......Read More
Categories: credit, pain,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member My Elusive Muse Trixie
...Trixie has disappeared, tired of writing mushroom poems I guess. Come out, I say. I cannot pen missives without her, I confess. She has left me in a bind, in the dust, in a totally bereft mess. I ......Read More
Categories: credit, muse,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hither, Thither, and Yon
...Once upon a time, there were two little villages, Rowling and Tolkien, that lived in peace with each other. Rowling and Tolkien had many, many children, some very young, others young, and a few a li......Read More
Categories: credit, children, conflict, family, fantasy,
Form: Prose
Premium Member The Mechanics of the Mundane aka the daily grind of the sub conscious mind
...Inspired after writing the ekphrasis on Hoppers Rooms by the Sea by thinking of it's alternative name The Jumping Off Place. I like the idea of picking an idea and going with it I picked nothing muc......Read More
Categories: credit, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Regret
...A broken shell, a living hell, and all I'm left with now is my regret. Better days ahead were a pipedream after our relationship crumbled. Countless arguments. Disagreements. Every day! For my li......Read More
Categories: credit, emotions, lost love, memory,
Form: Prose Poetry
A Tiny Home Improvement
...A tiny home improvement Can instill a sense of pride For your efforts are apparent And results can’t be denied. Taking charge and getting started Are the hardest things to do, But if things......Read More
Categories: credit, home,
Form: Rhyme
...IF I died tomorrow – I’d just be another defunct Debit Card That was no longer valuable. A monthly salary that no longer need be paid into the bank. Gas and electricity could be ‘cut off’ Witho......Read More
Categories: credit, death, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Wish You Would
... When I re-broach a pressing, unresolved issue, I wish you’d engage me in productive, fair debate instead of tuning me out and proceeding as usual. Your cool, casual dismissiveness, I hate! Wh......Read More
Categories: credit, emotions, hurt, relationship,
Form: Rhyme

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