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Best Idols Poems

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

The Poets I Hope to Meet in Heaven - A Tribute to Chan Hurst 1979-2014
A few poems written by Chan Hurst, (Just That Archaic Poet)

I hope that we can find some comfort in them at this sad time.

"A Rational...

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Categories: idols, dedication, farewell, friend, miss
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member the PLAGUE
as the PROPHETS of profits, WE lead and WE’re fair
while WE’re living the life of the poor BILLIONAIRE
– silver yachts, pearly castles, cash (plenty to...

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Categories: idols, society,
Form: Quatrain
Seven Kingdoms

The Holy Bible said seven kingdoms would arise,
then like windblown grains of sand, fall to the dust
Six kingdoms have come and gone, blinked their eyes

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Categories: idols, judgement, religious, spiritual, truth,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member The Final Say
As our world spins into this blatant madness
Family units like dead leaves, fading fast! 
Our children lost, good values tossed
Idols abound, keeps us in a...

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Categories: idols, angst, faith, life, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Free Verse on Love
Breathe my love, for I shall inhale
your ambrosial ambient air of amour…
and exhale your odoriferous obedient beauty;
For I’m lost in the winds of love,
as my...

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Categories: idols, fantasy, love, lust,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member One Man One Cap and a Baseball Bat
He was known as Joltin John
With his baseball bat and his cap upon

He played the game with vigour and speed
Many a supporter said he was...

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Categories: idols, baseball,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Gods Prayer
Those who worship
Those who praise
Day by day and night by night
Icons glorify their homes and holy sites
Their love for you in symbols up for show


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Categories: idols, allah,
Form: Light Verse
Reality's Angel
I am Reality’s angel
resting on the broad shoulders of discovery
the truth feeds darkness and engulfs its target
ideas and concepts in turn become meaningless to you

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Categories: idols, analogy, bible, community, confusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Choice Each Day

God given, Ten Commandments understood,
Divine plan in word, for man's guidance all.
Gods' rules of life, not options if you should,
commandments to prepare man for his...

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Categories: idols, introspection, poetry, spiritual,
Form: Sonnet
Heaven For A Poet
My own piece of heaven, a quiet little nook,
With only the finest parchment in a leather book,
A feather quill pen and an ocean of ink,

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Categories: idols, dream, fantasy, heaven, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
The Stranger
Gifting dreams of hope to my eyes, he vanished in a flash
Carting away the treasure of sorrows, leaving mirage a trash

Thorns of grief were, in...

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Categories: idols, hope, lifeurdu,
Form: Ghazal
Something About Water
Something about water:
Ancient and ageless
The precise quantity since the dawn of creation
(Give or take a few space missions)
Partnered with Sister Sun and Brother Moon
Constantly recycling...

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Categories: idols, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Alien Plan
above our heads
and flying high,
manipulations few could believe

whole generations fooled
and bled to slave at life - with chance
to stay above the doom
that lay beneath the...

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Categories: idols, fantasy
Form: Free verse
Many Moons Ago

The ancient prophecy foretold
so very long ago ...
has finally arrived
Coming swiftly on eagle wings
The howling wind carries piercing night cries,
as open iron claws fall
from the...

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Categories: idols, culture, history, native american,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Amadioha the great god of Thunder and Justice
We have gathered at the shrine of Alusi’gwe 
To pour libations to you
Even as I do my folk...

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Categories: idols, culture, dance, god, philosophy,
Form: Epic

Part 1

No one really CARES so our minds are in arrears, 
We don't care because we live in fear, 
So we stop...

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© Quincy Mac  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: idols, allegory, care, meaningful, society,
Form: Free verse
Queen of Heaven
Black women in America,
let the sterile tabulating machine 
tally your vociferous views
Loud women pridefully possessing 
the highest voting demographics in the amber land
Have your passions...

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Categories: idols, spiritual, symbolism, truth, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse
I remember those times of unawareness.
The innocent circle of found trust.
Its purity and purpose voicing its strategy, before the fallen chips of caution led to...

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Categories: idols, rap,
Form: Rhyme
Isaac's son
saac's son
O Israel where are you
I know you are not a Jew
Joseph come home
come home O child come home

I spy David's thrown
we'll have to...

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© Mark Beal  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: idols, faith, children, forgiveness, history,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Battle of the Gods
In Monolithic monuments are the bringers of the derelict dawn
I see many idolatrous idols, forged in ancient bibliothecal Babylon
Within worshipful winds, that carry words of...

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Categories: idols, abuse, desire, sin,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Lion and The Lamb
Church bells will peel from the towers
As clocks strike the midnight hour
Angels and church choirs will sing
Joy to the world from the new born King

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Categories: idols, faith, introspection, life, religionworld,
Form: Rhyme
~ Genesis ~
"In the beginning was The Word, and The Word, became flesh...."

"This is the day that the Lord has made
And I shall be glad and rejoice...

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Categories: idols, faith, history, life, lovegod,
Form: I do not know?
You were never there when I needed you, 
I was aways alone.
Sitting in my cold, dark room
While you were away.

Now I stay in this room,...

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Categories: idols, absence, childhood, depression,
Form: Free verse

I have plucked the glory of the brightest star
and came close enough to touch its fingers,
searched the realms that inhabit its womb
or even felt that...

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Categories: idols, conflict, image, self,
Form: Dramatic Verse
19 Haikus and the Horse of Freedom

It is never real
Only in the midst of pain
Finally I see 

After the liquor
I am found on the ceiling

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Categories: idols, allegory, dark, freedom,
Form: I do not know?