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Ethics Poems - Poems about Ethics

Ethics Poems - Examples of all types of poems about ethics 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 ethics.
...The hardest thing in life To really ever endure Is a heart split because of mistreat A heart broken in two There is a such thing as forgiveness But it's a battle everyday Sometimes it's not bec......Read More
Categories: ethics, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse

Shut it down
...If it seems like government Is out of place The ideal is to slow it down to a snail's pace Instead of getting business done Slow it down so nothing is won Take out time to smear a face Using ......Read More
Categories: ethics, allusion, introspection,
Form: Free verse
...Mocking the dead, is that a thing? How many ways can one be disrespecting? Laws that cause offenders to be free? Rape kits that exist only to be not breached. Little lies and big divides of rig......Read More
Categories: ethics, america, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
If I die tonight my message to be
...If I die tonight my message to be With it’s grace I clearly see an escape in Zephaniah 2;3 In this life that I reside humbled and sometimes I pride I have my morals ethics provide Both wr......Read More
Categories: ethics, april,
Form: Free verse
The Prophesy of Invention
...Prophesy of Invention Compositions of profound illumination resonating from a prophetic musician Impositions that compound remuneration as the economists of capitalism demand an inquisition A ......Read More
Categories: ethics, life,
Form: Rhyme

Ethical Postulations Among Elations for the Living
...Ethical Postulations Among Elations for the Living Interstellar configurations illuminating the night sky ?An umbrella of commiserations for a man about to die ?A young fella full of intimidations w......Read More
Categories: ethics, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thankfulness: First Place Contest Winner
... In the rich story of life—moments float and sway An innocuous glow of thankfulness ignites the soul A sturdy stance of gratitude entails a virtuous array......Read More
Categories: ethics, analogy, appreciation, sympathy,
Form: Rhyme
... Passion with a Pen Birth of a Critic 8/2/2023 So excited was I, to gain a position. ......Read More
Categories: ethics, adventure, courage, leadership, truth,
Form: Rhyme
... To be further complete it is dramatically necessary captivating essence, present hope, adaptive ethics, constant criticism, coherent strength, superconscious love, wise life... witho......Read More
Categories: ethics, allusion, analogy, appreciation, extended
Form: Free verse
... Buzzards on the Infamous Hill Always sitting at the edge of my seat, When, oh when, shall truth finally come out… As a true,American splendiferous treat! But buzzards of cravish deception, ......Read More
Categories: ethics, how i feel, miracle,
Form: Rhyme
You cannot teach Ethics Without
...You cannot teach Ethics without Hardship, You cannot teach Ethics without Sacrifice, You cannot teach Ethics without Going Without. You cannot teach Ethics without Hope, You cannot teach Ethics......Read More
Categories: ethics, age, analogy, appreciation, art,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member Quantum Virtues
...Quantum Virtues By Mark D. Stucky The cosmos consists of infinite infinitesimal interactions of particles and energy. The largest everything co......Read More
Categories: ethics, community, faith, friendship, love,
Form: Free verse
Platitudes of Exactitude
...Platitudes of Exactitude Platitudes of exactitude redefining my whole attitude Don’t want to seem rude but I can’t help but conclude That the truth will protrude From a form that just wants ......Read More
Categories: ethics, international, love,
Form: Rhyme
Perpetual Quandries of Dischord
...Perpetual Quandries of Dischord Permanent irreversible Attatchment disorder A lemonade stand at the Mexican Border A traumatised disorganised old lady hoarder The incriminating evidence on an o......Read More
Categories: ethics, international,
Form: Rhyme
How the wither
...We teach doubt And worry about the dying belief While we mock the most devout Unknowingly feigning our relief And soon the establishments strong and stout Shed their every flower and leaf As th......Read More
Categories: ethics, pollution, religious,
Form: Rhyme

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