Wages poem by Poem Press | Wages poem

This following poem is a poem written as part of a poetry project called Poem press. Poem press is a project focused on presenting short but meaningful poems in a visual, literary and musical format. All of the backing tracks are provided by a fellow creative commons contributor called Kevin Macleod of incompetech.com. All poems from this project are available for use in my creative commons poetry project. You can view many more on my Youtube channel.

This particular poem is my wages poem. The poem is presented below in both written and video format for you to enjoy in your own preferred way.

Wages poem

End of the month.
Sordid celebrations.
Come into money.
Blow with a statement.
First goes the rent.
Bills soon follow.
Stack up the fridge.
Shock, horror, sorrow.
There go the wages.
Perhaps a titbit for fun.
Now re enter poverty.
Please payday, come.

© Poem Press

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Poem press is put together by Richard North (multimedia artist). Feel free to take a look at the Personal website showcasing all of my creative endeavours including Arts Web Show and Art divinity

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