Debt Poems - Below
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Thank You for Your Service Categories: debt, devotion, military, Form: Rhyme
Thank You for Your Service
Thank you for your service
And the hardships you endured
To keep this country’s freedom
Safe and well secured
Thank you for your service
For the times you may have cried
As you found a fallen soldier
And knelt there by their...Read More
Remember the soldiers Categories: debt, remembrance day, Form: ABC
Remember all the soldiers,
The memories that they share,
The curse that they must live with,
The horrors that they bare.
Remember all the soldiers,
Who never made it back,
Who gave their lives in battle,
Protecting from attack.
Remember all the soldiers,
Remember we're in debt,
Remember them with...Read More
Epitome Categories: debt, allegory, allusion, character, Form: Ballad
His life was marked by infinite strides,
Breakable down into a chanted psalm;
And a doleful hymn after psalters' word,
Plus a petition to bid the kingdom come.
Keener listeners his recitals yet might hear
In plaintive crescendos in misty auras near;...Read More
Crime Dont Pay, Freeloading Does Categories: debt, how i feel, Form: Lyric
Crime Don’t Pay,
Written: by Miracle Man
Too many are obsessed,
with today’s free stuff.
To this kind of talk,
some take exception and rebuff.
Oblivious to the fact,
and without even a hunch.
That another pays the bill
for every free lunch.
What many fail to see,
is everything...Read More
Addict Categories: debt, addiction, allusion, anger, angst, cry, Form: Free verse
Slave to a bottle
Slave to a pill
Slave to a lover
Slave to a thrill
Save no more
Free from the worry
Free from regret
Free from opinion
Free from the debt
Peering eyes looking
Candle Burns dim
It doesn't take long
Giver of Usury Categories: debt, money, philosophy, truth, wisdom, Form: Dramatic Monologue
Those feeling unsecured,
who be in brokered deal need,
listen to this vary interesting message carefully
I got what you don’t have,
but what you want financed desperately
You most certainly can get it from me,
this promissory promise
gets my profit lending approval
My actuary guarantee...Read More
'And a Miracle Was Born' Categories: debt, child, family, life, love, Form: Rhyme
They lost a priceless baby at birth,
o my, how much we all did mourn-
still accepting God’s planned worth,
beloved lil’ Johnny was finally born;
(no more pain - no longer torn) forgot the times they were forlorn.
Now he is four and a...Read More
A King And His Money Categories: debt, conflict, god, london, money, Form: Italian Sonnet
If the King is in debt again,
We must open the privy purse,
A profligate king is a curse,
It has been thus throughout his reign.
It puts us all under a strain,
And God knows, it is getting worse,
Why must the man be so...Read More
Come Running Like a Prodigal Categories: debt, recovery from, Form: Rhyme
He never had much direction or patience for that matter
Often making the wrong selection because of the latter
He had extremely little respect and did whatever he chose
The important things he'd neglect and from that problems arose
He blew every chance, and...Read More
The Clearing Categories: debt, tree, Form: Quatrain
was in all
Surrounding of what
all was me
Wore pressing back
on soul for me
Their spirit that
of whole to be
Sat helpless for
the heart in me
When all took
what was blessed for me
As all know
of the debt to free
Of all those
who would rape
King of Kings - Canto I: 1-10 Categories: debt, metaphor, Form: Epic
1 A plume of dirt and grime envelops sky;
The hellish slug of gas does creep along.
It casts an orb three hundred stories high
Over the Sun and ends his morning song.
The birds and trees now stand a silent throng,
Before this rumbling mass...Read More
A Bad Debt Categories: debt, betrayal, emotions, girl, lost love, tree, Form: Italian Sonnet
They met by the old jarrah tree
As the sun was about to set,
A meeting they would not forget,
A future they could not foresee.
"Dearest, you must listen to me!
I swear to you that I regret
Having incurred this dreadful debt -
All I...Read More
Dream Categories: debt, dream, Form: Free verse
Living the dream
is not quite what it seems
with children, mortgages,and debt.
Reconsider you should,
whats under the hood
of the the thing they call The Dream.
It can suck up your life,
cause all kinds of strife
and drive you completely insane....Read More
Drought Categories: debt, animal, care, environment, money, pain, Form: Rhyme
Life cannot exist without the sun,
All earthly creatures need its warmth to grow,
From its vital force creation was begun,
And all around its power is on show.
For growth, the sun must interact with rain,
Water used to prime unyielding ground,
To help the...Read More
A Soapbox Opinion Categories: debt, how i feel, jesus, life, society, Form: Lyric
A Soapbox Opinion
By Tom Wright
America has lost,
its moral compass.
Hardly a day passes,
without some sort of rumpus.
Like some third world countries,
we’re fast becoming.
Many give no thought,
to Christ’s second coming.
Some able bodied won’t work,
always seeking a handout.
While millennials run up...Read More
Sins of the Fathers Categories: debt, conflict, death, drink, poetry, tribute, war, world, Form: Rhyme
Feeling deep regret for our misguided debt
Which gives us pause realizing the hurt we’ll cause
So let's raise our glasses to the lads and lasses
Who will bear the brunt on the battlefront
October 14, 2019
F F I series 28 leonine
Brian Strand, sponsor...Read More
Sea of Collateral Carnage Categories: debt, dark, imagery, perspective, truth, Form: Dramatic Verse
See the human debris,
the scattered limbs torn apart
by shrapnel velocity
In so many Third World places,
the second-hand groan grafters
commit mercantile murder
in the first degree
Time encapsulated buried hatred
Flooding the colonial lands with booby-trap misery
Tick-tock waves of disfigurement crimes
Collateral damage...Read More
7 times Seventy- - Categories: debt, analogy, appreciation, assonance, encouraging, forgiveness, Form: Lyric
Oh, Lord the question comes to me, where and what should I be;
How many times do I forgive my brother and my enemies..
Whom hurts me
And in a still samll voice you came to me
And the Lord...Read More
Wages Of Sin Categories: debt, bible, christian, sin, Form: Blank verse
The world's population has toppled seven billion and
Many are dying each day, but more are being born.
There is a number totaling from beginning till now, and
Whatever that number is, it also carries a load of debt.
It is a debt because...Read More
My Dying Choice I Live In Regret Categories: debt, abortion, death, heartbroken, how i feel, my Form: ABC
To my unborn child, I'm so SORRY
I can't stop this pain, it's a non-stop debate of how it all would be
Painted images and thoughts constantly fill my head
I've tried to escape it but the only way is by being dead
The other side of Vrbanya bridge Categories: debt, heartbroken, love, romantic love, together, true love, Form: Prose
Their story haunts my memory, I'll tell it to you plain..
in the city of Sarajevo, a place war could never touch,
and hope it never will again.
Already thousands remain so silent under rock and clay,
in fields of Saffron flowers of...Read More
The Unwitting Days of Autumn Categories: debt, autumn, Form: Quatrain
The unwitting days of Autumn,
And the carefree days of Fall—
They bid farewell to Summertime,
And without a care, at all.
And were the Fall to think a thought,
Whatever would it be?
Other than to contemplate
Which of all the leaves to free.
For She...Read More
THE GENERAL REVISITED Categories: debt, tribute, Form: Rhyme
The General stands at attention, West Point tall and straight
Gazing at row upon row of white headstones
On his shoulders lay the finality of their weight
Family, friends and patriots gone too soon
Heroes all and each one a heartfelt and generous boon
Social engineering Categories: debt, life, Form: Rhyme
From the day of our birth we are engineered,
‘do this, do that’ dictated by peers.
Father knows best, mother does too,
get a job, conform, it’s the treadmill for you!
Pass the exams, move up the ladder,
pass even more, else your life...Read More
A Rush of Emotions Categories: debt, love, love hurts, Form: Rhyme
She sat beside the waterfall
where gushing thoughts cascade,
like tears that flowed along her cheeks,
her heart set to invade.
He left alone for pastures new.
A scribbled note in haste
he wrote then fled, as cowards do,
her heart a barren waste.
A lightning bolt out...Read More