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Best Hypocrisies Poems

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

Premium Member In the bed they make
And when will the tides turn against confident indifference?!

When will humanity cease
To throw cats against curiosity’s silver coated dagger

Another played out song
Another dramatic lyric
Shifting embellished...

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Categories: hypocrisies, life, psychological, slam,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member I am Me, Set me Free
I am given to you by Creator Himself
My Limbs long to grow straight and tall
Bathed in sunlight from above, paying homage
Fulfilling my God given task

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Categories: hypocrisies, cancer, creation, environment, health, inspirational, nature,
Form: Ode
Keep Calm
Keep Calm
Keep Calm

centreI gulp I gasp I choke I chant
Only to be saved by a swallow
I hypnotize I hypocrisies I dream I deny
Only when officiating...

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Categories: hypocrisies, poetry, sleep,
Form: Prose Poetry
Bedeviled by those pleading eyes
deep as the secrets they chasm
captive as the questions one must surmise 
and I, for your deliverance the ransom 

"never leave...

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Categories: hypocrisies, for him, love, magic,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member January's Dark Light
Dear Sacred Son,

I realize this feels like a Win-Lose
New Game Year,
with you as "Loser"
and so it is,
a self-fulfilling prophecy
equally as powerful
as if you could find...

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Categories: hypocrisies, baptism, games, life, light, love, psychological,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Hypocrisy in White
I am reading
"Democracy in Black"
by Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.
but continue reconstructing this title
"Hypocrisy in Only White."

when I let my memory
look back to my own self-interests...

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Categories: hypocrisies, culture, earth, health, history, humanity, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Three Faces of Wisdom
I am reading minds and potentially wise political bodies
with Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, again.

He speaks of three interdependent aspects of wisdom.
The first is rooted in ecoconscious comprehension

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Categories: hypocrisies, earth, education, health, nature, spiritual, wisdom,
Form: Political Verse
Who can live here
Who can survive here?
The air that we breathe smells of blood and anarchy
The water that you drink tastes of fear and lies
You should not say...

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Categories: hypocrisies, africa, blessing, conflict, deep, depression, motivation,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Messages for ReGenerating Time
This revolutionary message
is brought to you by
TransMillennial EarthTribe CoOperative,
your international ecopolitical sponsor,
speciating Earth's New PostMillennially Silent EcoLogical Majority.

We think we begin to both comprehend,

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Categories: hypocrisies, culture, health, humor, political, power,
Form: Political Verse
Waiting for an epiphany
A life in transit
Keyhole visions… narrowed too fine
Cynicism, mockery doing rounds
Despairing times… out of bounds

What could’ve been and what is…
Funny how the...

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Categories: hypocrisies, depression, faith, introspection, life, lost love
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Good News With Bad News
The Gospels share a negative understory,
thematic across all four.

However diverse these four voices may be
in describing and delineating Messianic love,
and political-economic priorities for poor spirits,

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Categories: hypocrisies, bullying, culture, destiny, gospel, health, power,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Yeast and Bread
Life does not necessarily mature into timeless love,
just as yeast is not the entire evolutionary journey for bread,
and the Way may be part of, but...

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Categories: hypocrisies, christian, education, jewish, mentor, philosophy, wisdom,
Form: Political Verse
A Friend Of The Stars
When I distrust the hypocrisies of men and hate their society
And loathe the frivolity of thoughtless pets and brutality of beasts,
I’ll weigh the prospect of...

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Categories: hypocrisies, grief,
Form: Verse
Isolated from society with no real place to call home.
Alone and scared of what, i do not know.
I want a be free to camouflage that...

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Categories: hypocrisies, anxiety, identity, judgement, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Concealing Silver Linings
Concealing Silver Linings

Peaceful Painter:

With paintbrush in hand she leaned forward to paint the moon black
Exposing cold shoulders to an outcome abstract 

To her dismay the...

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Categories: hypocrisies, confusion, desire, farewell, freedom, lost, satire,
Form: Rhyme
black mother
black mother

the white of day stains your
painted dress
the black of night turns
razor sharp
feet that wear flaming coals
a soul that bleeds
outside and in

where trees bear crimson...

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© shaun hull  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocrisies, africa, freedom, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Art of the Possible
Across the Pond vetocracy makes the usual gridlock look more dangerous than any noisy 

radio shockjock as this side of the mill Pond the 'Mother...

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© Peter Dorr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocrisies, political,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Funeral of Tinapa Business Resorts
The Funeral of Tinapa,

Conference table littered with chicken and cockroach laps

A keg of palm wine descending from Adia Abo

Grabbers haggling on sharing formula
Emporiums rust and...

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Categories: hypocrisies, political
Form: Imagism
We the missionaries of histories
With boots of brute
We march into mission
With hunger and anger
In the confidence of our pains
In the scars of stars
We the stir...

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Categories: hypocrisies, history,
Form: Bio
Just Wrong
Throughout my life’s journey, I chanced to see,
Many things that to this day bother me,

that chose for me the path of my destiny,
the path of...

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Categories: hypocrisies, change, community, corruption, desire, discrimination, giving,
Form: Rhyme
When my worries were few
I’m sittin’ here just wonderin’ 
When my world wasn’t skew
Heavy fogs and windowsills 
Were light and airy 
Oh when my worries were few 

Laugh for...

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Categories: hypocrisies, life, people, seasons, time,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member ENTROPY
caught in the struggle to shine bright
upon the barred ledge
glass slats between the eyes of an iron mask
cut the shapes for new streams of light

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Categories: hypocrisies, dark, freedom, hope, inspiration, light, prison,
Form: Prose Poetry
Conceiving virtue's mending,
spells the view
in careful words unending,
seeing you!

The bridgework, as a blending
links we two
the road, so apprehending
is askew!

My eyes once gloved in blindness,
find renew

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Categories: hypocrisies, native american,
Form: Rhyme
A cloud looms
On this earth, is there no reprieve?
Each day here defies my sanity,  but we still call it reality.
Something feels off to me
That cloud that...

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© James Moon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocrisies, analogy, dark, imagery, metaphor, poetry, surreal,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Memories And Idiosyncrasies

ticks by
you grow wise
and dreams start to fade
while innocence and youth vanish
leaving you to deal with life’s hypocrisies and lies
and extraordinary slowly disappears from your...

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Categories: hypocrisies, 12th grade, age, change, emotions, feelings,
Form: Fibonacci