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Best Hypocritically Poems

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

Hypocritically Critically Correct
Walk a mile in your own before walking in another, 

Doubt not what someone appears to be hiding from undernieth their hat, 

Look so fine,...

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Categories: hypocritically, metaphor,
Form: I do not know?

I was told about your retrospect, after that scene, I burst into tears. I learned they came to genuflect like angels and took away...

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Categories: hypocritically, art, fun, happy, inspirational, irony, voice,
Form: Lyric
One would think that the feeling of being a slave would create understanding
One would think that racism would die off and cease to overtake our...

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Categories: hypocritically, life, poems, prison, psychological, race, racism,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Miracle of Hypocrisy
I was listening to Cornell West,
who described our catastrophic tolerance of disvalues for others,
situations we would never tolerate for ourselves,
disvalues like homelessness and hunger,
but also...

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Categories: hypocritically, abuse, culture, earth, nature, psychological, integrity,
Form: Free verse
freedom to free-doom
Freedom and freewill
One of the best gifts bestowed to mankind
I heard it is all around
But how many of us seek and find?
I heard it’s free...

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Categories: hypocritically, freedom, spoken word,
Form: Free verse

Donald Always Ducked

Look at the president
dressed in patriotic drag
See how he’s bubble wrapped
in his American kilt flag
Notice how he sashays about
in his patriotic beauty pageant dress
Asking you...

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Categories: hypocritically, patriotic, political, truth, war,
Form: Rhyme
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: hypocritically, culture, health, humor, political, power,
Form: Political Verse
The unpresidential Man of the Hour
A man unpresidentially known for the showerhead
Msholozi, the man in charge of singlehandedly running a nation into crisis
With him at the helm the public anxiously...

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Categories: hypocritically, anger, corruption, deep, freedom, leadership, political,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fundamentals Revisited
If it is a premise of fundamentalists,
whether Christian or Islamic or Devil Worshipers,
that Reason is bad, faith is good,
what could anyone reasonably say
that could not...

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Categories: hypocritically, christian, health, islamic, religion,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Remnants of a Saturday night
Sunday morning early, five a.m to be
precise, my mind awakes, then gently succours
the body to arise from one’s mundane sleep. I
then transfer to Britain via...

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Categories: hypocritically, me, morning, people, social,
Form: Free verse
Why Should Your Feelings Matter To Me?
So, now, you are telling me your feelings.
But you expect my concern?

Did you consider my feelings?
Each and every single time that you afflicted me,
with your...

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Categories: hypocritically, angst, business, on work and working,
Form: Free verse
How long shall we try to convince her to see the truth?
How long would she pretend, when the truth sits in-between her breast cursed?
Deception and...

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Categories: hypocritically, black african american, children, love, truth,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The 5 Stages Of Grief
1. Denial
"This isn't happening, no please, not to me."
2. Anger
"I need to blame something and or somebody,
even if that some one should happen to be...

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Categories: hypocritically, grief, me,
Form: Rhyme
Sailing on the deep blue sea,
Waves swaying back and forth,
The ship still sails to the north,
Overcoming all forces of capsizing,
It's a long journey overseas,
The atmosphere...

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Categories: hypocritically, memory,
Form: Imagism
The One-woman man
?He has the ability
but not the will.
Even If he willed it
would that muffle up
the unrelenting voice
of Oliver Twist.
The twist is he’s got only
one stinger, a...

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Categories: hypocritically, appreciation, character, confidence, crush, cute love,
Form: Verse
Used to look through child’s eyes
Used to stare at star ridden skies
Used to smile at silly sounds
Used to dream of the future’s bounds

Used to play...

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Categories: hypocritically, angst, business, childhood, confusion, depression, education,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Nothing but Goat Cheese
Old Willy’s ice-box housed nothing but cheese.
Row after row of perfect pillars packed
with gouda cheese, bleu cheese, mascarpone cheese
and a bit of brie (though for...

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Categories: hypocritically, appreciation, funny, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Stuck At Stage 4
The 5 Stages Of Grief
1. Denial
"This isn't happening, no please, not to me."
2. Anger
"I need to blame something and or somebody,
even if that some one...

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Categories: hypocritically, depression, me,
Form: Rhyme

I'm a certain man, innocently I journeyed
Stripped and wounded; did no wrong
They had chances to help out yet they neglected
Everyone you meet daily is...

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© Helen Oke  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypocritically, faith, society,
Form: I do not know?
They have come for your funeral 
Their looks belie ‘their hearts
 When you needed them 
Their backs turned on you 
Now shamelessly and hypocritically

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Categories: hypocritically, betrayal, death, destiny, farewell, fate, horror,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member No Matter How Many Beatings
As the night has set in and the wind chimes stopped,
I sit in silence thankful for this day
Yet, I still ponder sudden hurtful actions by...

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Categories: hypocritically, pain, strength, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Last Dance
I stand before you, mentally beaten and bruised
Pained by the thought of your very existence

You have consumed me for too long
An obsession I would rather...

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Categories: hypocritically, lost love, love, passion, sad, me,
Form: Free verse
Pleasure Becoming
   The world accelerates on its axis as its inhabitants strive to keep up. A never 
ending circle, climatically they will all end...

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Categories: hypocritically, people, philosophy, time,
Form: I do not know?
Torches in the sky,
Tis a spiritual sight,
The sun n moon so bright,
and each star a glow 
as a hopeful wishing light.

Smouldering beneath...

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Categories: hypocritically, blue, care, deep, depression, how i
Form: Free verse