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Best Hopi Poems

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


Kachina of the Hopi
Kachina of the Hopi

There are so many of you
Holding sway with our nation
We of the Hopi yearn for your wisdom
Your powers over air and water
Talk...

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© Ian Howard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hopi, native american, people, children, people,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Hopi
I have reached the entrance

ancient souls dance in the shimmering light.......

a dwelling place of peace and hope

stories of the elders echo through.........

I shall rest......pray..........

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Categories: hopi, hope, inspirational, native american, peace,
Form: Free verse
I Yearn For Him to Strum My Chords
I am to him a Stradivarius, a treasured violin
His bow expertly caresses my supple strings
My body moans when tucked beneath his chin
Revving to his rhythmic...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hopi, lost love, passion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Promise to God (Co-written with John Moses Freeman)
Come December 21, two thousand and twelve
On the winter solstice, mankind may burn in hell
As man's Creator, I've sent multiple warnings
Nostradamus, the Mayans, Hopi Indians
All...

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Categories: hopi, devotion, faith, forgiveness, upliftingworld, body, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unconditional Love Conditions
In times of a virus spreading its unruly truths I wonder why

	What matters most seems to be toilet paper

Loops and loops of the stuff and...

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Categories: hopi, community,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member The Grand Canyon
From the Painted Desert, head west
Past sagebrush, brittle bush, desert scrub
And The Petrified Forest at rest
To the Rocky Mountains above
Go past the Continental Divide
Below Douglas...

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Categories: hopi, adventure, america, animal, history, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Native Remembrance Day
I would like to pay tribute to those who died
While introducing you to our native pride
We are Cherokee, Iroquois, and Lakota
We are Navajo, Algonquin, and...

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Categories: hopi, america, native american, remember, remembrance day,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My universe revolves Insight Hiding
My universe revolves
Relaxation – Meditation - Reflection

I have thought- in the throes of perception, 
as I lay in the soothing arms of meditation – 
travelling...

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Categories: hopi, friend, imagery, planet, universe,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MORE Sillies Galore


Light travels faster than sound... that's why

Some appear bright till they speak

I'm sure we've all met some people like this

They're not all totally unique

The main...

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Categories: hopi, silly,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member 2012 Prophecies
Nostradamus quatrains
     Famous Frenchman’s foreboding forecasts
     History’s course, well-charted in rhyme

Startling revelations
     Called...

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Categories: hopi, visionary
Form: Free verse
This Rock
Poem: This Rock
Poet: Ken Jordan
Edited By: Sparkle Jordan
written: August/2012


This rock
This Holy 
piece of stone -

 Bestowed  upon
the Pueblo People
of the 
Tribal Nations
by the 
Great Spirit,

some
seven thousand
years ago -

Gave way...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hopi, native american
Form: Light Verse
Len
Good night full autumn moon shining so bold.
Harvest is done this eve of this seasons end.
I rest for this short period before the bitter cold.
Playing...

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Categories: hopi, art, happiness, life, native american, nature,
Form: Quatern
PRAYER Even Starlight Lasts Not Forever BESEECHED
For Paula Swanson's "Beseech" contest:
Prose Poetry Verse:



God has given the moon the stars.
He remains a God beyond the stars!!!
A year or two ago, "Ort" was...

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Categories: hopi, faith, hope, life, people, space, timegod,
Form: Verse
FRANK'SGIVING!
Hey, Pilgrims,
Let's dress-up
Dress-down the plumes
of the dancing Peacock
(If we'd allow)
but for the Ritual;

For Francsly speaking
in tongues of plata y oro,
Pound-for-bloody-pound
How much 'cide this buys?
A simply-uneasy...

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© H MANTEL  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hopi, angst, black african american, history, holiday,
Form: Free verse
If the past was never
Lately, a kiss is a long lost wish.
We've both forgotten how to care.
So just in case you never remember,
I will tattoo "love" behind your eyelids
so...

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Categories: hopi, absence, loneliness, lonely, lost love, love,
Form: Free verse
The Lalakonti ceremony
The Lalakonti Ceremony

The old women gathered
To look at the stars above
Orion was their greatest prize
It hung there as if to realise
It was time for the...

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© Ian Howard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hopi, native american, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Trumpland
I ride the mesas
Wherever I go
Are Hopi, Zuni,
And tall Navajo

So many people
On dry, barren land
All Trump says is,
"They sure have got sand!"...

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Categories: hopi, betrayal, corruption, discrimination, environment, native american,
Form: Rhyme