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Believe Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of believe poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for believe.

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Premium Member Stoic Poet
Stoic Poet
Life is like philosophy
"all we are is dust in the wind" said Socrates,
one fleeting moment were here and then were gone 
so even if you win, in the end, no one ever truly won,
so when you rise in the...Read More
Categories: believe, imagination, truth,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member I Have Always Been a Listener
I am a listener
People know
They come to me
Share their secrets
Trusting me with their fears and burdens
I am honored to keep their confidence

Sure I have a degree
Yes I have special training
But I was trusted
And a careful empathetic listener
Years before any of...Read More
Categories: believe, self,
Form: Free verse
Nothing And No One
Nothing to believe in,
nothing to hold dear

No one to say what you can’t say,
the waters all but clear

Nothing to believe in,
and that includes yourself

You live in fear the truth will rise
—an iceberg your umwelt

(Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania: February, 2020) 
...Read More
Categories: believe, allusion,
Form: Rhyme
Come, You: the death poem of Ranier Maria Rilke
Come, You
by Ranier Maria Rilke
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

Come, you?the last one I acknowledge; return?
incurable pain searing this physical mesh.
As I burned in the spirit once, so now I burn
with you; meanwhile, you consume my flesh.

This wood that long...Read More
Categories: believe, cancer, death, depression, fire, health, pain, surreal,
Form: Verse
ARE YOU THERE
Are you there?

The reason that I ask
Is to leave no question marks

So are you there my love
As I am here
So you can whisper in my ear

Are you there?

As I can't hear
So now I start to fear
As I think about you...Read More
Categories: believe, love,
Form: Free verse



The Speaking Peace
             	Nothing I say will ever change anything it would appear
                Although I...Read More
Categories: believe, brother, father, sister, society,
Form: Free verse
Space me
A peace of mind 
Walking by myself at a decent time 
No one to check on me 
At least I’m fine
Lower my standards 
A million zillion reasons to
Believe in me 
As I’m reaching you
Every evening new experiences 
This crib I...Read More
Categories: believe, 3rd grade, adventure, allegory, break up, chanukah,
Form: Imagism
Myth, after Dylan Thomas
Myth, after Dylan Thomas
by Michael R. Burch

Here the recalcitrant wind
sighs with grievance and remorse
over fields of wayward gorse
and thistle-throttled lanes.

And she is the myth of the scythed wheat
hewn and sighing, complete,
waiting, lain in a low sheaf?
full of faith, full of...Read More
Categories: believe, autumn, faith, grief, life, myth, october, september,
Form: Verse
Perplexing Bipolar Phases
I am so mellow and quiet…
As calm as a midnight jet…
I need some sort of outlet…
Give me something more than this...regret

I did not mean to get upset...
I just wanted you to be feeling alright
Remember the day we first met?
It was...Read More
Categories: believe, emotions, loneliness, longing,
Form: Lyric
Jealous
Jealousy is not easily ignored and every human being with emotions has somehow come across it. It is the most toxic trait one can involve in a relationship. It is known as a state suspicious guarding towards a partner, relative...Read More
Categories: believe, fruit, fun, funny love, future, time, truth,
Form: Personification
Good deeds

I believe that a good deed never dies. 
Once performed, it is not fated
to fall to the ground and wither. 
Instead, like gold leaf, it is gently applied
as a burnish, to gild the walls of heaven, 
its light shining in...Read More
Categories: believe, blessing,
Form: Free verse
Archaic Torso of Apollo: Rilke Translation
Archaic Torso of Apollo
by Rainer Maria Rilke
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

We cannot know the beheaded god
nor his eyes' forfeited visions. But still
the figure's trunk glows with the strange vitality
of a lamp lit from within, while his composed will
emanates dynamism....Read More
Categories: believe, art, body, god, life, light, poetry, writing,
Form: Sonnet
a growling beast
she described her work as creating creatures
using her efforts to summon the greatest fear
of people
she wanted her audience to believe her
and she wrote with an effort to
envision the deepest and darkest
feeling of fear and loneliness
the author paints the canvas
so that...Read More
Categories: believe, anti bullying, film, meaningful, music, myth, romance,
Form: Bio
Give me a Chance
Give me a chance to confess my fault
Wait for a while, your horses must halt

To preclude from twining the entire Whole
And in trying hard not to hurt any living soul

I let the Glass go from my little hand
Thus, it shattered...Read More
Categories: believe, anxiety, conflict, confusion, relationship, solitude,
Form: Rhyme
naive seventeen
When you sung songs of naïve seventeen
No chord was struck, nor one thought rewritten 
For love so young, surely, it was extreme
And left small hearts yet deceived and broken
For hope of love shrouded in the naïve—
No thought, I had, of...Read More
Categories: believe, crush, first love, i love you, youth,
Form: Sonnet
The Art of War
It is often thought to be absurd, at the rate in which loyalty is shown to others either as a defensive mechanism or as a macho stance of defiance. People, especially family, can often be fooled into thinking that their...Read More
Categories: believe, break up, fear,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Prayers For All - The Minuet Style

~ Prayers  For  All  ~
 (  The Minuet  )



~O~
 

Prayers  for  all  in this  Whole World 
World  needs  Prayers 
Prayers, Love,  God 
God can  save all 

~o~...Read More
Categories: believe, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Believe in Reprieve of What You Grieve
Once, while breathing an ideal moon's prime appeal,

my heart infused with long rained hues of feel for you.

Soon came sore blue and white joy reels of love we knew.

I night aimed blues to vamoose with my amen's seal

that I might...Read More
Categories: believe, angst, betrayal, break up, emotions, heartbreak, lost
Form: Rhyme
One Mother's Choice LM
"Reality is something you rise above." -Liza Minelli

There is a host of systems the world over that mankind has chosen to                   ...Read More
Categories: believe, courage, culture, family, religious,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Remembering Elm Street
Remembering Elm Street

Take my hand – follow the plan,
Let’s go for a walk down wide Spruce Street;
Friends to play with and neighbors to greet 
But now that we see all that we can
Let’s turn the corner and go to Elm...Read More
Categories: believe, adventure, childhood, fun,
Form: Verse
Premium Member On Tiptoe
Innocence confronts a world that’s corrupt
addicted to sin
and thrill of the win,
where suppressed emotions spew and erupt.
Although naught is said
innocence gets shed.
And as children prepare for reality
trading fantasy dreams for hyperbole,
time chases its shadow.

But adolescence’s adrenaline rush
sets you free at...Read More
Categories: believe, 10th grade, 11th grade, age, anxiety, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SOLEMN WATERS- -
Solemnly, I thirst for weak, wet water,
Lakes and ponds wavy, wealthy water.

solemn, warm winning wonderful water,

solemnly, wicked, worried water.


solemn, weathered, white water,
solemn, solemn watery water.

solemn, cooling cold, water,
Ah!
Solemn, windy, wild water.

Solemn, witty, worthy water.
solemn,  wobbly water

solemn, wise, water solemn


Solemn...Read More
Categories: believe, analogy, appreciation, imagery,
Form: Alliteration
Felix Culpa
Subtitled:  The Moon Carries a Rope

A strange, eerie, black feeling of despair,
I am lost, alone, no one seems to care
except the Moon who appears and prepares.

He throws me a long rope, yelling, "Catch hold!"
Noticing my doubt, "Have no fear!"...Read More
Categories: believe, 11th grade, care, dark, fantasy, scary,
Form: Tristich
Lincoln Quote For Andrea
Lincoln was a white man of his time. He wasn't as bad as the majority,
north or south, but he was undoubtedly a white supremecist.
I'm white, but if I were black there's no way he'd cut the mustard
as a pin-up boy...Read More
Categories: believe, history, racism,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Spooked
Who is knocking on my empty stump
on this cold and dreary night?
I glanced at my friend, but she was snoring away, 
her usual evening sight.

I went to the door with my loaded acorn, 
ready to shoot me some bear.
But believe...Read More
Categories: believe, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Rhyme