Best Idolatries Poems
Below are the all-time best Idolatries poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of idolatries poems written by PoetrySoup members
She slowly uncoiled her gray streaked hair that fell to her waist. She removed her
spectacles to see more clearly the windswept icy snow...
idolatries, culture, earth, health, philosophy, political, psychological,
The SunGod of ReGenerative NOWtime
is not a jealous lover.
S/he is an omnipotently bilateral lover of integrity,
revolving spirals of Earth's multicultural confluence,
abundant divinely humane polyculturing climax...
We Shall Not Be Moved
idolatries, allegory, christian, faith, god, love, power,
" We Shall Not Be Moved ... "
( Ezek. 3: 7, 8, 9 / Heb. 10: 32 - 39 )
Through All Infirmities
Of Two Minds
idolatries, allah, earth, god, hate, health, integrity,
builds on previous findings of Edward De Bono
and Julian Jaynes.
Human nature is bicamerally structured
for cerebral and appositional specialization,
inclusive and sacred empathies from Elder...
idolatries, beauty, earth, health, religion, time, trust,
and perhaps all pedagogical traditions,
are variations on a creation story theme,
both rooted in, and feeding on, multicultural evidence
of faith in polyculturally evolving mental/physical health-integrity outcomes,
Another Ego ReForm Story
idolatries, corruption, creation, earth, easter, god, integrity,
We are also voiceless matriarchal YHWH,
reweaving bilateral Time
sacred multiple YHWH vocations,
Seeking Beautiful Truths
more significantly cooperative
than Angry JealouSeas
of lesser gods and goddesses,
Raining Love Letters
idolatries, culture, health, integrity, language, love,
I would rain love letters
into this Universe
but, once started,
how could such love expressed
ever warmly end
with grateful sufficiency?
Grace unfolding within each well-placed letter
forming welcoming word...
No longer in wonder,
much less in reverential awe,
do we gaze up to the stars
to learn the celestial law;
idolatries, analogy, angst,
Our mundane obsessions
have marred and blurred
the glorious vista of our Sky.
Our idolatries of the day...