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Best Hypocrisy Poems

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

Were I to know your depth’s degree
I’d want to dive quite fearlessly
give all the things required of me
to plunge into our destiny.

Were I to touch...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocrisy, desire, lost love, love, wisdom,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member hypocrisy democracy and the seven day weekend
we have fences around our homes
locks on doors
bars across windows
video cameras-motion detectors
and panic rooms
to protect the only sanctuary that we have
even heaven has a gate...

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Categories: hypocrisy, america, corruption, rap, truth,
Form: Free verse
Warring Hypocrisy
I toss the coin anxiously
For both sides perturb and dazzle me…

The first side, well, it is a beauty to say the least
It is clear, crisp,...

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Categories: hypocrisy, change, conflict, courage, freedom, heart, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A time for poetry
There is a time for poetry, 
a time for petals as metaphors.
There is a time to sing, 
a time for lovers to serenade.
There is a...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocrisy, community, conflict, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Charlottesville
I saw Nazis march yesterday
upon the streets of Charlottesville.
And with swastikas on display
crazed members chanted blood will spill.

I saw Satan grinning with pride
at racial slurs...

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Categories: hypocrisy, america, angst, anxiety, bullying, discrimination, feelings,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member Recollections of a condemned man - collaboration with Robert Lindley
178 months, 129940 hours,
now only 10 minutes remain.
Sitting in cold eerie darkness,
he observes the rhythm of water drops,
slowly wipes away streams of sweat
with his withered...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocrisy, death,
Form: Free verse

"An ounce of hypocrisy is worth 
a pound of ambition" --Michael Korda

This everyone's want--
stretching an autonomy to unbuckle self-discovery

I got mites...

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Categories: hypocrisy, character, how i feel, identity, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain
Blissfully ignorant and supine,
Lost in the economy line,
voters don’t have a clue
that liberty is through.
Apathy dictates all else is fine.
People keep telling me how foolish...

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Categories: hypocrisy, political, people, people,
Form: Rhyme
pseudo artistry
Blood that screams mixes with tears of fears,
Over your hypocrisy and useless years.
Fresh cuts don't matter - your attentions yet wane.
It's just too easy to...

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Categories: hypocrisy, childhood, devotion, forgiveness, friendship, introspection, love,
Form: Lyric
I've been released and free to roam.
You are so wrong, I'm not alone.
I'm glad you read, all that I write.
You mock my work, that's not...

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Categories: hypocrisy, anti bullying, hilarious, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Jealous Gratitude
I am jealous
of everything that has ever touched you,
the breaths of hot sunshine that have soothed your cheeks with hope,
the moonlight that has painted your...

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Categories: hypocrisy, appreciation, beauty, best friend, gothic, jealousy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member A Reflection On Truth
Friends leave!
Where is truth?
Where is love in life?
Truth is but an idle construct!
Friendship nothing but a barren fair weather desert!
The world manifests itself through hollow...

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Categories: hypocrisy, love, trust, truth,
Form: Fibonacci
Sacrificial Lamb
Not all news of its existence brings joy – 
a heartbeat is denied the trumpets
instead, news is shared in long drawn 
out breaths with eyes...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocrisy, abortion, anxiety, betrayal, lust,
Form: Ekphrasis
The Prisoner
** A protest against the hypocrisy of the death penalty and the decadent environment of the prison system where a simple thief or criminal is...

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Categories: hypocrisy, prison,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member With my mind's eye, I can see

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Categories: hypocrisy, change, earth, encouraging, freedom, happiness, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
I should have written to you a Sedoka,
For you are gracious and more than a mediocre,
Many do not know you as a shining star,
As their...

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Categories: hypocrisy, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Let My Tombstone Read
Here lies a women dead before her time
Struck down by guided arrows dipped in rhyme
A wound that first was sweet but turned to vile 

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Categories: hypocrisy, betrayal, dark,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member To My Teenage Self
It's OK
that you don't have much to say
Your words are kept on paper
For your eyes to savor
It doesn't matter that your best friends
Are Agatha Christie...

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Categories: hypocrisy, confidence, encouraging, high school, teenage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member WOOLY
Why do you try to pull the wool over my eyes?
Others can see your own hypocrisy 
Often telling blatant lies 
Life is for living, 

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Categories: hypocrisy, anger, for her, how i feel,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Into Eyes of Ruin
I recognize your reflection ...

You're the eminent master-of-disguise, but I know you
Better than most, and all your faces are mine ... you're

Le Grand Séducteur, the...

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Categories: hypocrisy, dark, feelings, introspection, metaphor, self,
Form: Free verse
People Pleasing Preacher
The preacher who does not speak about the evils of abortion
and the mind and heart set that is conducive to it,
which is explained by the...

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Categories: hypocrisy, caregiving, education, health,
Form: Rhyme
Children of Entitlement
They won't let us have
the same things ...
things that once was given to them
They say we deserve it not,
because we're of the rejected seed ---

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Categories: hypocrisy, black african american, perspective, race, truth,
Form: Narrative
freedom of speech?
are we free to be free
when it comes to poetry
or do we have to pay a fee
for our popularity
are we free to just be
or slaves...

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Categories: hypocrisy, on writing and words
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The writing is on the wall
The writing is on the wall.

The writing is on the wall, an old saying used even until today
for those found lacking or deficient, Divine judgement...

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Categories: hypocrisy, bible, evil, inspirational, judgement, meaningful, violence,
Form: Quatrain
The tradition of marriage,
Bourgeois blackmail and baggage,
Is it all a bargain for men,
Is this what white weddings meant?
All the love that is lost,
And what is...

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Categories: hypocrisy, husband, romance, romantic, society, wedding, wife,
Form: Free verse