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Payer Poems - Poems about Payer

Payer Poems - Examples of all types of poems about payer 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 payer.
Insights from Heaven
..."Insights from Heaven," Prayer is a pathway to a rich and meaningful life in which time has no meaning. Once someone starts a life of payer they are changed forever. There is no going back. Th......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, heaven, joy, life, poetry,
Form: Free verse

One More Chance
...I can feel the heat raging inside me and sweat purging out of my flesh, it is a sudden sensation that comes upon me that leaves me grasping for breath. The sun has just risen casting rays of hope upo......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, best friend, business, devotion,
Form: Narrative
Bad Payer
...I create poetry I'm an artisan I'm worth more than myself I'm a bad boss at my job......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, allusion, analogy, poets,
Form: Light Verse
Tax Payment and Tax Payers
...This many guys dislike its mention Including an owner of mansion, From avowed lover walking away And next time block his coming their way… For even the steadfast tax payer Regular payment not ......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, business, hate, integrity, people,
Form: Rhyme
The Hakimi's Game
...THE HAKIMI'S GAME He is a professional player, Plays properly for his Parisian payer. Family travels & lives the Player. Player invites a beautiful slayer. She laid rape allegations against th......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, 1st grade, break up,
Form: Alliteration

Premium Member Belles Lettres
... “belles lettres” It’s a slow drifting off, that moment before you dive into the dark you surface to find a boat surrounded by shining pearls, Styx, a mirror......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, dark, muse, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Ready Sack Letter of a School
...In her school The Readily Received: Staff didn’t let herself be deceived By flashed smiles finer than “How are you?” “Last-minute sack letter always slew!” A Good Montessori’s Love letter Teach......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, education, evil, school, women,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Treasuring the Educator
...A former friend of mine tricked me into becoming something I am not The volunteer President of our condo association, a position I clearly cannot afford midst trifling disassociations. We ......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, education, health, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Who Which Why
...Who decided I would live this life petite? Who wanted me to act female sweet? Who decided to kill animals for meat? What would my grandpa think of a tweet? Who figured out how to grind up wheat......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, 10th grade, 4th grade,
Form: Monorhyme
...Untaught vocabulary seems to retard our insanity multiplied by free speech which becomes nothing more then profanity to the public ear when not heard through the committed Outsourced, spun and......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, allusion, america, angst, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Let Us Pray For the Peace of Jerusalem
..."Let us pray for the Peace of Jerusalem! They shall prosper that love thee." The Lord God Almighty Creator of the Heavens and the Earth "will bless those who bless thee and curse those who curse t......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Two Dormice
...On a cold, dark, late April morning beneath white, frosty blades of grass and lacy labyrinth spider webs I found two dormice, frozen in a bottle. Eyes closed, tiny hands in payer-like pose fu......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, death,
Form: Free verse
Morning Routine
..."Morning Routine" Oh what a Humpty Dumpty morning! Good morning sunshine, oh my shoes are shining polished with love by Mr Sunshine, oh that is my dad! Mr Sunshine : Lalalala! Morning children......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Free verse
Eyes That Look Are Many Eyes That See Are Few
... " You saw my tomorrow, seated on your yesterday's laps, Dirty-duty rusty and arrogance humming, Bathing in the smokes of marijuana, basking it malodor, Yet, you didn't bother to wash me you......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, bereavement, death, depression,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If I Were Newly-Elected President
...As the newly-elected president of the grand ol' U. S. of A. I would tell the truth to friend and foe alike and, like it or not, Order all legal federal actions against former leaders dropped. I......Read the rest...
Categories: payer, perspective, political, power,
Form: Free verse

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