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Best Homilies Poems

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

Premium Member Jesus Christ as Climate Savior
To my sisters,
and narrow-way brothers,
in Jesus Christ
as Supreme U.S. Savior,

I reached U.S. voting age during the 70s.
During this time,
the Religious Right
and Republican Party Center
were about...

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Categories: homilies, appreciation, christian, culture, health, history, love,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member Observations From My Pew
I deem it important to attend church for my spiritual maturation.
I really savor the fellowship of a loving and caring congregation.
I especially relish the potluck...

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Categories: homilies, funny
Form: Rhyme
Is what I do really important in the grand scheme of things?
13 billion years, we get 80, what a sweet little fling...
knowledge is relative,
let me...

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Categories: homilies, allah, bible, irony, jesus, jewish, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Starry night or sorry Chennaite
The times twist and rise like rare tornadoes 
Timelines elsewhere just turn into homilies
And the stars-turned-hearts are  bleeding blues
The happenstance-moon for once is not...

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Categories: homilies, natural disasters,
Form: Sonnet
Memoirs of Pope John Paul II
He gave me a strong impact,
with his gift for immemorial gestures;
he embraced the sick and handicapped
he kissed the soil of the nation on his first...

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Categories: homilies, death, dedication, faith, hope, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Narrative

This epidemic re: murderous love affair perfervid
with gruesome morbid 
fixation allowing, enabling and providing terrifying 
   trappings, whence Pandora out the lid
anger loosed...

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Categories: homilies, addiction, body, cry, emotions, evil, funeral,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Assimilation Arrows

Revisionist lies sold as materialistic truth
American tagged merchandise
voter bazaar discount barter
Stars and Stripes twenty-one gun salute
Intellectual dishonesty ... shifting core values
Leave compassion at the border,

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Categories: homilies, metaphor, prejudice, symbolism, truth,
Form: Free verse
A morning in December
Morning broke; it shattered nicely,
the fallen ice spoke spirits
in orifices of rapture;
twixt the glade, seasonly came,
early, always,
and unnoticed,
waking we to ponder, when?
and again, when,
we emerge...

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Categories: homilies, allegory, faith, nature, philosophy
Form: I do not know?
We all retain, at heart, a love of squares –
the ones who wear pyjamas, say their prayers:
staid Ministers of Minuscule Affairs,
so sound at spouting homilies,...

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Categories: homilies, humorous,
Form: Sonnet
you tell yourself maybe it's good news
you tell yourself it's not what you fear
you tell yourself this just can't be happening
you tell yourself oh God,...

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© Goode Guy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homilies, life, loss,
Form: Quatrain
Delusions of Eloquence

Lungs that exhale lofty tones,
higher learning ... Mt. Olympus invocation
Elevated flung lightning bolts of linguistic illusion,
fancy worded dreams
floating ...
open cranial empty spaces

Diaphragm skywalkers
verbally illuminating...

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Categories: homilies, irony, metaphor, truth, visionary,
Form: Epic
Family Rim, Stream and Team
Senior citizens 
Crated in old people’s homes
Discarded denizens
Wrinkled forms

Pivotal during heyday
Generating national growth
Beyond payday
Bestowing cloth

On backs of offspring
Pouring sweat day and night
Zip in their gait...

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Categories: homilies, poems,
Form: Free verse
Oceanic crescents soar
Your birth of a billion suns
Essence simple to adore
With glints of soul salvations

Beneath our mirrored playground
Wraiths build pillars of deceit
Your resonance rings profound

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© John Weber  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homilies, allegory, hope, love
Form: Lyric
The Fire In The Marriage Choice We Desire
Arise at sunrise to surprise the exercise
Which in a twist of fate
Sought and wrought from you and I the prize
Wrapped and fastened in a debt...

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Categories: homilies, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Garments Hem
They answer questions seldom asked
tend to the mundane, "lesser" tasks
their halos tilted scally caps
homilies of wilted raps
soulless homeless shooting craps
rattling unnumbered dice
you may win once,...

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Categories: homilies, betrayal, courage, god,
Form: Rhyme