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Best Didactic Poems

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

Premium Member Sold
There is no difference,
the saints whisper and every enemy and ally
wake to forever’s difference,
that neither knee nor tongue will deny.

Doubt bit into Innocence and sold

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Categories: bible, christian, corruption, god,
Form: Didactic

Premium Member Listen With Your Heart

Listen, my fellow dreamers, 
But listen with your heart,
And hear the silent music of which we're all a part.

Cover your ears, my dreamers, 
Lest the...

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Categories: faith, hope, inspiration, love,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Today

     Embrace the miracle of Today's birth;
     the beginning of everything.

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Categories: perspective, spiritual,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member During Sex I'm Often Naked
You can't make someone love you all you can do 
is be someone who can be loved.The rest is up to them.

No matter how much...

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Categories: philosophy,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Listen, Listen

Shush...Did You Hear That?

Listen to
The raindrops falling
Let us cry…
Wash away
Life’s bitter, stinging pain and
Take away its stain.

Listen to
The ocean splashing
Let us laugh…
Lift our hearts
With cool,...

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Categories: inspirational, life,
Form: Didactic

Premium Member "Life's Absolute Epigrams" (for 2010)
Christian Love frame

The only need for death to every exist
Was to slay the fictional self
And all the embellishments used to support it

Fear not, Love’s little...

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Categories: inspirational, introspection, loveprayer, love,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member In My Opinion

Everything that’s happening this year
was all planned out.
That’s what Agenda 21 (declared as false online)
 is all about.
Documents related to the plan
are out there in...

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Categories: political,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Vigilant
We must be vigilant to 
the shards of  radiance and splendor 
that flash 
before our squinting cynic eyes....

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Categories: devotion, faith, hope, inspirational,
Form: Didactic
True Measure of a Man
Ask not how did he die
But how did he live,
Not how did he fall
But how did he rise;

Ask not what did he gain
But what did...

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Categories: eulogy,
Form: Didactic
The Simple Pen
            The Simple Pen

I am but a simple man with pen in hand
To cut...

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Categories: change, education, identity, image,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member The Truth About Truth -
Truth burns at the center of all occurrance,
it is a heat that motivates appettites to enlarge,
truth is a multiplier of quests, 
satisfaction always arrives at...

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Categories: sports, future, truth,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Be Courageous Above All
Be Courageous Above All in everything
You do and become involved in since the 
Inverse of doing this is often anathema
To leaning forward and getting things

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Categories: allegory, appreciation, courage, devotion,
Form: Didactic

To release me from hellish nights
let's talk now, Fear...
I leave, yet your shadow follows me;
a darkened grime blowing on my mind 
like an uninvited guest...

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Categories: courage, fear,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member I BELIEVE
Cross your heart and hope to die*
Speak the truth and look directly into someone's eyes
Then the world will know you are not lying

* this was...

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Categories: truth,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Consider Them
*Consider them - mere lilies 
of the field that thrive with ease.
So glorious. . . there was not one,
not even fair King Solomon
as brightly dressed...

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Categories: faith, inspirational,
Form: Didactic
Sometimes, when I look in the mirror
I see my brother’s face,
I quiver with recognition.
As time takes me,
so it takes my eyes, I reason,
a trick of...

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Categories: analogy, humanity, identity,
Form: Didactic
Bullet Proof
                     Bullet Proof

If I was...

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Categories: addiction, adventure, celebration, drink,
Form: Didactic

Death is best taught in the dark
Fetching sticks, setting sparks
Its bag of tricks: sickness and hope
A black curtain vanishes

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Categories: death,
Form: Didactic
Fall for someone that want to see you rise
Too many want want want
So they will take take take!
For your own well-being 
Get away from them

Fall for someone that want to see you rise

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© Mark Frank  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: love,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member The Lamb
In Genesis
Abraham asked by Issac
"Father, where is the lamb?"
Abraham answered
" Son, God will provide a Lamb"

Abraham was
His son 

So loved
Stopped him
And showed...

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Categories: faith,
Form: Didactic
Fear Of Numbers
          Fear of Numbers

Fear of numbers is real
They carry adding machines on their backs
And loaded numbered...

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Categories: conflict, education, image, judgement,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Brute Censorship
If you are so proud
of your sensibilities and tastes,
so convinced that your arbitrary judgements
are infallible as heartbeats of angels,
if you are the sole instrument of...

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Categories: art, freedom, love,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Father's Day Prayer
Dear merciful and gracious God
The Supreme Father of wisdom
The One who provides knowledge and understanding
The guiding light of all creation
Leader, provider, and shepherd of our...

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Categories: dedication, devotion, faith, father,
Form: Didactic
It took just a moment
A single concentration lapse
And down the drain,Bayern's effort went
Whilst Messi enjoyed the claps

Life is like a football game
As dicey as a...

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Categories: art,
Form: Didactic
Seven Senses
 the beauty 
 of the earth,
 starting with birth.

 the roar
 of thunders voice,
 a child rejoice.

 water and...

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Categories: creation, kiss, life, senses,
Form: Didactic