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Favouritism Poems - Poems about Favouritism

Favouritism Poems - Examples of all types of poems about favouritism 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 favouritism.
Lead Your True Being
... Everyone has sentimental eyes and mind It is only God favouritism don't drive blind......Read More
Categories: favouritism, abuse, addiction, art, bereavement,
Form: Couplet

...Damnation to our Generation.. Ageing ghosting in anguish.. Youth yield to boorishness... Devilish deed with drugs on a daily.. Daily routine on intoxication... Inebriate on a highway.. Damned ......Read More
Categories: favouritism, adventure, pain, youth,
Form: Prose Poetry
...The last poem I submitted here, perhaps in February 2021, can be misunderstood by careless readers. I may be wrong in wanting to sometimes offer pithy poems. If readers are not familiar with the dark......Read More
Categories: favouritism, america, feelings, god, history,
Form: Prose Poetry
I'll go to the president
...I'll go to the president and tell him about the people's plight, I'll go to the president and tell him about the ambushed and killing of farmers, I'll go to the president and talk to him about th......Read More
Categories: favouritism, patriotic, political,
Form: Political Verse
...Chiefs of mischiefs are- Vulnerable honourables Who wear the outfit of oppression And vicariously dishonourable Upon putting our nation to recession Chiefs of mischiefs are- Magnanimous messe......Read More
Categories: favouritism, corruption, freedom, humanity,
Form: Rhyme

... I know a country, With three set of citizens, The rich, The well fed slaves, And the hungry free people. I know a country, Where graduates are jobless with buried hopes, In this country, ......Read More
Categories: favouritism, discrimination, slavery,
Form: Free verse
... Fluent as a rill, that wanders silver-footed down a hill, Their manifestos raised our burried hopes from sepulchres, Glittering like an aigrette of stars, We believed they were refined gold. ......Read More
Categories: favouritism, corruption,
Form: Free verse
shutters Locked on Yesterday
...Shutters open to catch a glimpse of the past history locked in tragedy the broken crime of time Why can't you live in the present Shutters open to catch a glimpse of the past a tragedy tap......Read More
Categories: favouritism, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
...After the rain, the Sun will rise again we have been in darkness since they arrived in their caravan of dreams with empty promises of change, and constructive untruths, with which they tricked ......Read More
Categories: favouritism, africa,
Form: Free verse
...As my butterfly emerges from it's cocoon. I whisper a secret in this hot house room. Spread your wings my little friend. I want you to help someone mend. Take a message across the Irish Sea. ......Read More
Categories: favouritism, beautiful, butterfly, friend,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Itches on a Struggling World
...The government and its people stay on antagonistic sides but what stimulates the rulers’ infidelity to patriotism can easily be bought by any, over the counter. They are desperately in nee......Read More
Categories: favouritism, africa, america, passion, patriotic,
Form: Chant Royal
A Child's home
...A child's home Running in the courtyard when sun is at its peak, Harsh voice of grandpa as he would sneak, Long hours with friends as play doesn't tire, Books don't fascinate and......Read More
Categories: favouritism, beauty, blessing, emotions, home,
Form: Free verse
...We take up arms against one another, we engage in mass killing of each other, yet we’re of the same parents, Adam and Eve. We kill one another in cold-blooded murder because of politics, enmity, rit......Read More
Categories: favouritism, bullying, conflict, discrimination, evil,
Form: Didactic
The last mile of the way
...The last mile of the way It is a matter of must To all and sundry, Each and every man-jack Has to walk it. It is the real moment in deed For one has to say, “Goodbye” To those he loves. ......Read More
Categories: favouritism, religion,
Form: Free verse
Political Interventions from Abroad
...Sit there in formations with assumption Our elected representatives by the nation From principles of awareness and wisdom To welcome, the return of common sense Clad in white from stains of thei......Read More
Categories: favouritism, life, political, satire, old,
Form: Blank verse

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