Cinquain Philosophy Poems

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Jesus
Precious Savior
Forgiving mankind sins
Transcending man’s earthly bounds
Savior



© Joseph, 8/19/07
© All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Joseph Spence Sr | Year Posted 2007




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Money
Creates power.
Buying, selling, hoarding
Society then destroyed by
Wealth.



By: Greg Stanley
Written December 17,2011
For Contest: 5 ~ 8 Line Poetry / Any Theme
Sponsored by Rick Parise  

Copyright © Greg Stanley | Year Posted 2011

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COD
Overrated Game
Ruining perfect relationships
Taking life from teens
Pointless

Copyright © Tyrone Johnston | Year Posted 2010




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Patience calm aura tolerance gladly exercised actions peaceful, thoughts clear acceptance

Copyright © Ann Roske | Year Posted 2012

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Noise Sharp sound Crashing into conscious jarring vibrations, jagged edges confused

Copyright © Ann Roske | Year Posted 2012

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Hate
Ignorant fears
Jealousy, envy, tension
Grows into something dangerous
Death

Copyright © Marilyn Hernandez | Year Posted 2007

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respect
all need some, for
they have the gift of life
in them.  this is what is to be
treasured.

Copyright © Effie Blake | Year Posted 2006

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Faster...
Rushing onward,
The misworded master,
Cursed to an ageless silent chord:
Wisdom.

Copyright © Emanuela T. | Year Posted 2008

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When you lick dust in wet season	
Wallow in the mud in dry season
Celebrate joyfully in funeral places
And get tormented by fellow humans
Then you see the risk of being human	

When men in robes eat their own tails
Get amused of humanity of some people
And deny being a brother’s keeper and;	
When they mock at vendors of white dove
Then you regret being a being human

When the mind that reasons apes
The tongue that tell the truth lies
The hand that builds destroys
And the ears that hear are blocked
Then being a human being is great risk

When human deeds are captured yonder
Where Spying and reporting are prohibited
Accountability narrated to a panel one judge
Where witnesses are persona non-grata 	
Then it is clear being human is a big risk

Copyright © Solomon Ochwo-Oburu | Year Posted 2016

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I wish
I could just walk
Right beside you through life
And the beyond, vast land that knows
No end.

Walking
Through the valleys
And the hills, the rivers
And the plains, not letting go of
Your hand.

Knowing
That when two see
As one, the picture seen
Is much wider, therefore carries
Great hope.

Your view
Added to mine
My view added to yours
Has the scope of eternity
Signed in.

For love
Has the power
To unite two in one
And complete becomes understood
Truly.

By CarolineCécile
Copyright © 10.31.10

Copyright © Caroline Cécile Delacroix | Year Posted 2010

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(Cinquain Syllable count) 


Do not 
place your trust on 
mere mortal man God says 
but trust just Him with all your heart 
And soul! 


Dorian Petersen Potter 
aka ladydp2000 
copyright@2009 


August 1,2009

Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter | Year Posted 2009

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Along
a freedom trail,
lost opportunities-
white carcases of yesterday's
concepts.

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2007

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                                                       wishbone
                                                      the furcula
                                           attachment wing muscle
                                     pulling tugging bending breaking
                                                        sternum





Happy Thanksgiving All
May Your Wishes Come True
Love Kathy & Jenny

Copyright © Katherine Stella | Year Posted 2007

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Who cares?
Whom fares this sea?


See, hear the tongues lashing.
Forces clashing in every mind:
love blind

Copyright © Ross Thompson | Year Posted 2011

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self pride a wall standing between free resources and your babies hungering eyes torn down beggers spout civil rights their misfortune you see begs atonement by sacrifice your cash A recent survey shows the average beggar takes home $150-$200 a day. Most of them just consider it “their job” © Apr 14 2011 CGH

Copyright © Charles Henderson | Year Posted 2011

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Wisdom 
Joyfully loves.
Shows forth intelligence. 
Delightfully treats others well. 
Is kind.

Bestows 
Understanding.
Forgives when offended.
Uses good judgment in all things. 
Befriends. 

Gives hope.
Makes right-choices. 
Strives to improve the soul. 
Remembers righteous teachings.
Endures.

© April 12, 2011
Dane Smith-Johnsen

Copyright © Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen | Year Posted 2011

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Passion
never awaits
upon untrue intent;
she only endures hard-bitten
texts learned.

Copyright © Astrid Ivy Gibbs | Year Posted 2008

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Many
see poverty 
as curse or calamity,
and rather embrace indigence
than change!

Copyright © Andrew Crisci | Year Posted 2007

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Never
Never again
Shall I veer from life’s pain 
My honor relieves my conscience
Unveiled 

Copyright © Jane Bowen | Year Posted 2008

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golf won't
describe me to
a tee, but putt-putt is
more my style -- shorter distances
to win.

Copyright © Effie Blake | Year Posted 2006

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Dare tread Narrow Treacherous way Up hill, easy to miss Through thorn bushes and weeds, a trail to risk. Few dare Hardly a trace Upon precarious maze Through a wilderness, virgin land A place. Unsafe Upon ledges Of rock hard surfaces Steep climb, uneven, dangerous Terrain. Leading To high country where trees are evergreen And lakes mirror slopes, tapestry Serene. By CarolineCecile Copyright © 07.24.11

Copyright © Caroline Cécile Delacroix | Year Posted 2011

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beauty
adorns virtue-
this truth which all accord
makes visible,integrity's
reward

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2011

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                                                   Sweetheart
                                                   little angel
                                             mind body maturing
                                        happily healthy very wise
                                                        Jenny








Thanks Rhoda
for insperation
Hope I did this right  lol

Copyright © Katherine Stella | Year Posted 2007

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Loaded.
Innocence and 
Purity mask secrets.
Friendship blossoms in the wake of
Despair.

Copyright © Heather Lewis | Year Posted 2007

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Thunder
Sudden assault
Grasping, stepping, attack
Unexpected rumble of rage
Splitting

Copyright © brian lauer | Year Posted 2006

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Bygones,
a canope
on progress' menu,cast -
or merely,an afterglow of 
our past ?

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2009

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Whispers
Uncertain phrase
Breathing the shadowed thought
Wisps of fear, the uncertain mind 
Lost words

Copyright © A. Sanders | Year Posted 2008

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standing upon the edge you can look far and wide but you cannot take another step, lest you die. extremes not to esteem precarious position when the absence of balance kills vision. cinquains © 06.04.12

Copyright © Caroline Cécile Delacroix | Year Posted 2012

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                                                              taxes
                                                       financial charge
                                                      direct or indirect
                                                exacted by our legislate
                                                              body

Copyright © Katherine Stella | Year Posted 2008

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Matter
Gravity weighs
Illusions of motion
The mind requires description
Spirit

Copyright © brian lauer | Year Posted 2007