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Alter Poems - Poems about Alter

Alter Poems - Examples of all types of poems about alter 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 alter.
... The course to God It doesn't come through the Priests. Jesus warned us that false teachers would arise according to their own convenience who would transform the method (way), jumping o......Read More
Categories: alter, allegory, allusion, appreciation, blessing,
Form: Prose

... What a time to be alive Though no one foresee the future But we've all got to fight for our life(expletive ) Dear, be thankful at this juncture With the past struggles of violence that sl......Read More
Categories: alter, age, birthday, dance, destiny,
Form: Rhyme
There Are Never Enough Soldiers
...Never enough. The mud clogs, the mad dogs, the fogs of war. Not enough soldiering marching. They cannot now fill the great mirror, the sky-high mirror - all the reflected disaffected and their......Read More
Categories: alter, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Drawing With Ink and Brush
...DRAWING WITH INK AND BRUSH By the corner of the room, there you'd find the comely girl who draws and paints with just her ink and brush. She looks and observes carefully, and then draws not ......Read More
Categories: alter, art, beautiful, beauty, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Hope, Love, Fear, Despair
...Why are you so glim? Is the world around so dark and grey? Are visions of life the scars left behind? Putty melded, folded, twisted and bent Articulately fermented bonded, ready to present.......Read More
Categories: alter, analogy, angst, change, deep,
Form: Rhyme

... A friend on whom you can always depend, To whom your helping hand you can extend. To you, he is an oasis in a desert, In whose company you find yourself unhurt. In troubled waters, he becomes......Read More
Categories: alter, friend, friendship,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Raindrops And Petals
... I ascended the mountain of dreams To see the universe's seams Where lightning crackles An ancient god cackles Wave after wave overlap Enough to alter the map And when flowers burst To fu......Read More
Categories: alter, dream, emotions, how i
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Southern Skies
... No rain so far, nor stormy weather. It's late July on a quite afternoon. A canopy of blue, and bright Sun light is shining through. An oasis of white with pockets of grey and open sky, the......Read More
Categories: alter, summer, weather,
Form: Verse
the stupidity of man
...The stupidity of man The leaders of Europe are gripped by a collective madness Like swimmers in a river feeling the pull of the current, think There is time to swim ashore where banks are not so......Read More
Categories: alter, adventure, feelings,
Form: Verse
...It is never too late to stop the faded feeling that comes from loneliness. We each will have a million chances to make a change. We have a chance to blow our secrets into the wind. A wind......Read More
Categories: alter, anxiety, heart,
Form: Free verse
The Storm
...A chance to alter the voices. To transcend into the wilderness. Swirling in an inconsolable storm. Another night filled with curiosity. I can thank the storm for its poison. For I ......Read More
Categories: alter, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Alter ego
...I've done some stupid things whilst thinking I was smart. Only on reflection can I tell us two apart.......Read More
Categories: alter, growing up,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A QUIET PLACE
... As a young child I found, school noisy......Read More
Categories: alter, child, joy, love, me,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Stoop to conquer
... Limited is lower mind’s cognition Yet it chooses not to, with heart confer Pitiful’s become, our soul’s condition Ego’s ignorance, casts on love a slur Navigating life, like an amateur ......Read More
Categories: alter, god, spiritual,
Form: Ballade
Advice To Young Men - III
...III. Another hard reality that we should teach our boys, unconditional love is not something the world employs, Unless it is your own parents you never well get it, the world will not offer yo......Read More
Categories: alter, age, love, men, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme

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