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Best Hosannas Poems

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


The Giant of Lisbellaw
Stood I there, that last day,
On an iron bridge...
An aqueduct by design,
Where, looking dreamily out over
The Ernes Lower Lough,
My compressed shadow 
Momentarily paused -
To contently...

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Categories: hosannas, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Places Of Worship
Majestic cathedrals are erected for the worship of God,
Featuring towering spires and ostentatious facade.
Grand organs acclaim ancient hymns with clarion flourish.
Melodious choirs sing hosannas, languid...

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Categories: hosannas, faith, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Borrowed Tomb
As the spring sun rises
Revealing wispy clouds
Fog that's settled in hollows
Roosters crow, doves' coo proud

With Easter approaching 
Thoughts of thousands years
Ago bubble up in 
Memory,...

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Categories: hosannas, faith,
Form: Rhyme
At a Distance

Afar off you stand,
fearful of me
because of what ... 
the color of my skin?

At a distance (you deem safe)
do you judge
the worth of me
As you...

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Categories: hosannas, discrimination, hate, society, truth,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Palm Sunday
Excited crowds with fresh palm leaves,
Wave them and call Him King.
They pledge allegiance to their Lord
As sweet hosannas ring.

They cannot know the coming days
Will fill...

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Categories: hosannas, faitheaster,
Form: Ballad



Premium Member Sea Shanty
The sea gathered her voice
on the crest of the waves
as dark clouds were herded
by the wind as he raved
in a symphony orchestrated
through elements of sound
composed...

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Categories: hosannas, dedication, faith, imagination, sea, sea,
Form: Ode
Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday

Shopping and hawking, 
purchasing and vending their wares; 
the observant noticed; 
the indifferent paid no mind; 
the powerful perturbed by all the noise
make their...

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Categories: hosannas, easter, faith, holiday, inspirational, passion,
Form: Free verse
The Day The Stone Cried Out
The stones were silent on that day when Jesus rode to town
While cries of loud hosannas came from people all around.
Some said that they should...

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Categories: hosannas, christian, easter,
Form: Prose Poetry
Sing to Him a New Song
Sing unto Him a new song
Praise and worship Him on high
Exalt His name forever
Sing Hosannas to the King

Winds whisper praises to Christ the king
Trees bow...

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Categories: hosannas, upliftingme,
Form: Free verse
High School Sadness Sans Shana Aubrey Harris - part one
How quick capitalone two-step flickr ring imperceptibly, 
   kneaded asper byte
sized LivingSocial ties, linkedin and massaged viz MineCraft flight
of fancy outlook with plenti...

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Categories: hosannas, absence, adventure, age, angel, anniversary, beautiful,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member HERE TODAY GONE TOMORROW
HERE TODAY GONE TOMORROW

Here today    gone tomorrow
Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
We forget    I hate to say

Colors – uplifting music
The great...

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Categories: hosannas, seasons, christmas, christmas, magic, today, new
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Palms
THE PALMS
As dawn child brings a new illumination
Among the palms are hints of gentle motion
Their fronds now stir in elegant activation
Like ladies with refinement: a...

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Categories: hosannas, beauty, nature, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Ain't Feeling It

White America is uncomfortable with moving forward,
they want their future to go back to the past

“Make America Great Again!” 
A brand chiseling, 
cave wall jingo...

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Categories: hosannas, discrimination, fear, history, truth,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Curtain Call
Curtain Call

Musings on more than a decade of retirement;
no report card scribble: ‘could’ve done better’.
Old put-downs, praise, blame, and shame,
all the same now. Nothing would...

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Categories: hosannas, age,
Form: Free verse
Wild Vanilla
Cerberus bleeds through copper  tablets.
The red skinned angel spews the truth
Of ages.  Of wood: we sing hollow
Hosannas:  too many fragments 
Of light...

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Categories: hosannas, angst, art, death, history, lost love,
Form: Epyllion
MY FATHER, THE KING
The lilies of the field
Rejoice in His light.
The stars in the heavens 
Exalt Him by night.
And I, how may I show
The wonder I feel--
The pleasures...

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Categories: hosannas, faith, inspirational, peace, uplifting, may,
Form: I do not know?
Heaven
Sweeter as the days fly by
The thoughts of going home
That heavenly choir beckons me
To join and sing the praises
Let loud hosannas roll
...

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Categories: hosannas, hope, religion,
Form: Prose Poetry
MANGER SCENE I PERCEIVE TODAY
Brightening the manger scene is the awesome Christmas story…
Midst technology-apps, it is illumined with varied light’s iridescence
Enlivening the glorious, blissful and jovial prevalence
Of God’s love...

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Categories: hosannas, appreciation, christian, christmas, faith, god, jesus,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member Pied a terre
Once within a break in brambly fields
something stirred its fearful head in sleep:
Though it be woman or child, work or vision
something that dares not hold...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hosannas, life,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Four
Like an allspice insenced quartet chorus,
the spirit of the living Word unveils before us.
Holy foundational page corners turn
in cardinal winds as red letters churn,

proclamating the...

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Categories: hosannas, bible, creation, deep, earth, music, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Psalm For Life
All is copacetic...
on the green side of the grass.
Thank heavens! God is good!
There are much too many 
blooming flowers to pick and marvel at;
too many...

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Categories: hosannas, beauty, celebration, god, imagery, life,
Form: Free verse
After Burying a Wife
After Burying a Wife


Were she here with me now, 
by the waist I would raise her, 
a chalice of wonder.

I’d bellow hosannas 
and whirl her...

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Categories: hosannas, loveme,
Form: Free verse
Field daze for bookworms
Cabin Fever door closes five dollars,
a-Bag Used Book Sale
Sunday, February 23, 2020
hence less than twenty four hours
before avid readers bewail
foregoing scampering across Hillandale
vital poetic proclamation

yours...

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Categories: hosannas, 11th grade, 12th grade, addiction, books,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme