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Sweatshops Poems

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Just Because We Invent
60% of the world wealth
is owned by Billionaires
Which leaves 
the rest of the world

To function on 
forty percent 
of the world's wealth,
"getting a rich man into heaven"

Is like trying to get
a camel through
the eye of a needle
because with wealth

Gods expectation...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative



Child Labour
that
silken gown

when pressed hard 
against the nostrils

one is assailed by 
the sweat of child labour

he is just eleven and not in school 
when other children are in school

the poor child labours away at the sweatshops 
under the watchful eyes of...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, abuse, africa, child abuse,
Form: Free verse
Wake Up Humanity
We’re complaining about life and throwing food away,
But there’s nearly 800 million people going hungry in the world today.
Over 150 million children involved in child labour worldwide,
And Innocent people are being killed right now due to genocide.
More than 80 million...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, africa, humanity, pain, peace, world,
Form: Rhyme
FIRE
Flames lick the sole of my foot
Immersions of melting soot
Reagents are called and are few
Engaging sweatshops of New
The intensifying heat
Can only touch darkness seeps
Three in a day they say
Unbound walking around gay
The fire raged in intense anger
A blue ignited inside...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, earth,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Rant
This town, this Silk Road had no toll to pay
yet from the east caravans again fill its
pharaonic marble and glass temples. Monolith

malls rise its clefts; eco-wilderness morph
into multiplex cinemas; mini golf
and carparks - the 20th Century gold fields.

A new rush...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, introspection,
Form: Free verse



the smell
The smell
What is that smell? Can’t you tell,
It’s just some tory twit,
Crawling up to the masters well,
To see if he can fit,

They whinge an whine about the time,
When we all worked for naught,
Unions got us money fine,
But then, greed for...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Irony
Love to the USA
Sweatshops in Haiti
Twenty machines in row
Sewing T- shirts that say
I LOVE the USA 




12:23 noon   7/ 6/ 2013
granddaughter brings home from 4th July parade bobbles, candy & t-shirt made in Haiti saying
 I love USA....Read More
Categories: sweatshops, irony,
Form: Tanka
Pollution
Use me as an example.
Floating on sea's of vanishing waters ,
soaked up by those who care not for the amount of pollution tossed in to it.
It's importance ignored for profit.

Use me as a sponge soaking up oil polluted lake's,
saving aquatic...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, natureme, me, time,
Form: I do not know?
Our Smoldering Factory Town
Our Smoldering Factory Town
free trade, a brick around
It’s gurgling, swollen neck. Surrounding
gray quiet smolder, evokes, 
Once thriving factory smoke
A Crumbling horoscope
once paid it's worker's, soaked
in quiet desperation.
We are it's rusty antiques
sinking ships on outsourced seas
a swollen, bailout casualty
a fallow field,...Read More
Categories: sweatshops, political,
Form: Rhyme