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Best Atonement Poems

Below are the all-time best Atonement poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of atonement poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member My Heart Will Go On
POTD 30th August 2018 

The gently swaying branches of the old oak should elicit calmness
And yet a sense of foreboding permeates the midnight air
Wild imaginings?...

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Categories: atonement, grief, heartbreak, lost, romance,



Premium Member The Goddess Of Blessed Redemption
The Goddess Of Blessed Redemption

She gave me a foundation of love's pleasures
complete with wondrous bountiful measures
she a gentle goddess of golden hues,
swept this heart away,...

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© Teppo Gren  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, mythology,

Premium Member Even The Angels Wept
The day you died you took me with you,
The way you lied shook me black and blue.

The sorrow you felt, I sure felt it too,
The...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, angel, cry, depression, suicide,

Premium Member The Goddess Of Blessed Redemption
The Goddess Of Blessed Redemption

She gave me a foundation of love's pleasures
complete with wondrous bountiful measures
she a gentle goddess of golden hues,
swept this heart away,...

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Categories: atonement, art, beautiful, imagination, inspiration,

Premium Member Our October Sky
 



 October sky, the 1st we celebrate, a seasons heart yearned treasured moment,
    Sun rises, new beginnings, Enlightens nature, we seek...

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Categories: atonement, autumn, blessing, inspirational, nature,

Premium Member KARMA


Fluted hands angle on knees as glimpses 
sort the knitted threads of a late afternoon
where gathering of blooms abide.
Almost friendless, a man inhabits his space
ready...

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Categories: atonement, introspection,

Premium Member Atonement
Should I take the dagger that my heart tore
and use it to avenge the pain it caused?
Or should I bow my head and keep in...

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© Teppo Gren  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, crush, desire, emotions, feelings,

The Joy of Knowing Jesus
The Joy of Knowing Jesus…

The joy of knowing Jesus is a blessing to know.
He brings peace and nourishment to my soul!

The joy of knowing Jesus...

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Categories: atonement, faith, god, inspirational, jesus,

Premium Member As the dust settles
Pheromones’ anguish, settle for censored compromises

Windows layered across beckoned cathedrals
Shattered by chipped stones of the hypocrite

Wanton hearts scramble to restore weakest links
To a forged importance

Vacuumed...

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Categories: atonement, life, people,

Premium Member Atonement
A branch breaks dried by the sun
withers and dies thrown on the fire
burning remains sweet pearls silver sparkling

a terrible sadness enters the window
a willow weeps...

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Categories: atonement, dark, deep, forgiveness, hurt,

Premium Member A Stranger After Dark
I was sitting on the back porch ‘bout an hour after dark
When I couldn’t help but notice a tiny pulsing spark.
I thought it was a...

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© John Posey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, christian, christmas, faith, god,

Premium Member Lament Of My Life
Lament of My Life Contest
Sponsor: Casarah Nance
 

~My Bereaving Eulogy~ 


Time seemed to pass so much faster than I expected,
All the love, loss, passion and...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, bereavement, blessing, death, eulogy,

Death's Reject
Across the depth of risen fidelity
Lift the ominous evidence of pain
-Through the feint of our soulless warriors
The strength of a weak tiger 
An endless faith...

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Categories: atonement, death

Premium Member Atonement
A branch breaks dried by the sun
withers and dies thrown on the fire
burning remains sweet pearls silver sparkling

a terrible sadness enters the window
a willow weeps...

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Categories: atonement, dark, , Lullaby,

Premium Member I am Nothing But the Color Red
My veins bleed of Crimson defeat-
The way they flow with such ease and comfort
      brings me to my remorseful knees…
I...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, angst, anxiety, red,

Premium Member SHALL WE DANCE
SHALL WE DANCE

Shall we dance, as two snakes encircling one another,
A bite to the strike, whom draws the first blood of 
Passions bitter poison.
Venomous vipers,...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, animal, dance, desire, fantasy,

Premium Member Initiations of love - Part 2
INITIATIONS OF LOVE – PART 2

In you I saw the BEAUTY of life, in it’s many forms,
spanned across time to undrstand the complexity of adoration.
To...

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© Teppo Gren  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, beauty, love, passion, wisdom,

Wasted Years
I've heard there are two paths you can go by,
I've read I ought to take the path less traveled;
I've made my own path despite,
Ever having...

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© Mike Jones  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, depression, emotions, how i

Premium Member PRIDE STALLS

In the hours of twilight
Where hazy clouds and earth mix
Before the noise of life fills the quiet,
I recall half-filled moments 
Upon fields of spite and...

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Categories: atonement, forgiveness, introspection,

Jesus Christ Has the Power Over ANY Addiction
Jesus Christ Has the Power Over Any Addiction!

I often hear of people who battle addictions.
This often leaves many scars and afflictions.

There's counselors to help, "a...

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Categories: atonement, addiction, faith, freedom, god,

Moon In Auburn
Moon In Auburn


As the stars were heaped upon a mantles Shangri-La
The miniature toy town beneath its cape 
Quiet hung in yellow golden windows lit
So silent...

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Categories: atonement, love, mystery, naturedog, cry,

Atonement
free in a moment
but everyone wants it
a single second
oh so pleasant

now its gone
life rages on
here's the war
join the corps

there's the pain
that keeps us sane
the toll...

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Categories: atonement, absence, age, appreciation, change,

No Tomorrow's
  You know, its been in most fimiliard circles that the saying is...."tomorrow is
not promise to you". Yet 7 day's a week the census...

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Categories: atonement, faithgod, god,

God, Where May I Find You
God where may I find you
Under unturned stone
Lord, where may I find you
Why am I all alone

When you do not acknowledge
Is it because I have...

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Categories: atonement, faith, introspection, religion, may,

Premium Member Inevitable Justice
(Your chickens always come home to roost.)

My soul cries out each time I see your face.
My hunger for your love does not abate.
Though I'm chagrined...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: atonement, love hurts,