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Best Superstitions Poems

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

Superstitions for the Feeble-Minded
Don’t say that, you better knock on wood
It’s bad to spread misfortune aloud, in front of others
Don’t you know any better? Karma and jinxing are...

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Categories: superstitions, funny, parody, people, words, me, mother,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member No free lunch
A scientist pursuing research—
with disinterested curiosity,
Poets distancing themselves—
from personal emotions,
from ‘personality’ (in Eliot’s idiolect),
A sportsperson focusing on the event—
not obsessed with results,
demonstrating sporting spirit,
Anyone doing...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitions, irony, satire, society,
Form: Free verse
The Animal Atheists
There's no such thing as a Hindu horse, nor a Catholic cat
There's no such thing as a Protestant parrot, you can always be sure of...

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© David Lowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitions, religion, religion, , atheist,
Form: Rhyme
Sedoka's Voodoo
Again, this time comes.
I shall undress these freckles
and wear your youth in honor.
Long journey of life.
Seconds of sand in my glass
shall fall upon your small...

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Categories: superstitions, mysteryme, me,
Form: Sedoka
Premium Member A Ravaged Raven
Ravaged Raven

On returning from work, I always pass near the cemetery
And always find no life moving there, almost same scenery. 
But today was a different...

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Categories: superstitions, dark,
Form: Free verse

Be Zealous By Patriotic Zeal
If patriotism really is in brain and mind
All superstitions, crimes instantly go out
Let's grow there the great patriotic zeal
And we do never ourselves lively kill

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Categories: superstitions, patriotic,
Form: Sestina
Trains used to be Chain Smokers.
But we helped them Quit
By Electrifying them.

Dustbins used to be Illiterates.
We taught them to Differentiate
Organic from Plastic.

Communications used to be...

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Categories: superstitions, change, introspection, irony, mentor, perspective, vanity,
Form: Free verse
The Great Blasket Islands
Visits long ago 
to the Blaskets Islands,
to untouched areas 
on the Dingle peninsula
came to mind 
on this sleet winter’s eve.

The peninsula,
nestled in heather mountains.
The coastline,

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© Eiken Laan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitions, childhood, family, history, life, loss, music,
Form: Free verse

To a little girl, a pink dressed doll and cooking-set to play
To a little boy, toys are guns and cars they...

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Categories: superstitions, people, social, society,
Form: Rhyme
We Are Flotsam
(with a spark of God)

To govern a myriad selection
Of one mind and legion.
Top tier parasitic collection
From every living region.

It's not subjective good or evil,
Moral or...

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© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitions, addiction, depression, earth, environment, god, humanity,
Form: Quatrain
And now
So now
At the beginning there was the strong, the chivalrous,
the greatness
that was the feeling,
 that was the beginning, 
then the downfall came.
In between superstitions and...

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© Ana Alicia  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitions, confusion
Form: Blank verse
A song of love to all ALBINOS, a song I will sing till my last day.

Let every lung help out in singing 
Let every mouth...

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Categories: superstitions, anger, devotion, planet,
Form: Free verse
The Cook
The kind heart Negro cook saved me, “Pitch all your sweet meats over-board and turn upon the hearty salt beef and ship bread . ....

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Categories: superstitions, adventure, africa, black african american, sea,
Form: Free verse
Seeds of Desire
Enemies of love, pride and injustice
The actions of the benevolent unnoticed
Omnipotent powers
Spark the cigarette that blinds your eyes
The smoke that hugs your nose, and penetrates...

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Categories: superstitions, addiction, allusion, anger, angst, conflict, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
god Digested
It takes man to create god.
It takes people to consume a 
With the world and all it's 
Promises made, 
Lives destroyed with 
Death, destruction.
The corruption...

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Categories: superstitions, absence
Form: ABC
Premium Member ReCreating Organic Freedom
We created clients as consumers of education
and called this freedom to learn.

We created competitive, 
professional caste-system schools
and called them freedom from unhealthy superstitions...

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Categories: superstitions, beauty, culture, earth, health, mental illness,
Form: Prose Poetry
The forbidden object among us
Ignorance is bliss my friends
its true
for centuries we have been going to wars 
due to an object among us
from another world

like everything here
literature and...

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Categories: superstitions, confusion, imagination, mystery, visionary, war, world,
Form: Free verse
dripping in sweat
finesse a finish to
finely embellish fast wishes
friends flying with the fishes
frying fish in the flying kitchen
his rhymes were vicious
and yet silly and suspicious
glued together with

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Categories: superstitions, art, repetition, word play,
Form: Rhyme
We are fractured,
Desperate for more
Yet we settle for milk.
We live to dress,
And repress.
Our Smiles greet
soulless streets.
Internally, we are gasping for air 
Afraid to show what’s...

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Categories: superstitions, creation, culture, life, slam, spoken word,
Form: Rhyme
Where I Want To Go
That land of snows, the old Tibet
Of mystics and magicians
I dreamed a plan to make that trek,
To dispel all superstitions.

I longed to trace those ancient...

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Categories: superstitions, journey, mountains, places, travel,
Form: Sonnet

Nomenclature robed in wealth of words 
The hot sauce that makes the tongue hurry
I am the live in the lively garment of merry
Like a hare...

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Categories: superstitions, beauty, me,
Form: Quatrain
The Future's Edict
Gaining momentum of where violent winds blow
a pursuit of perpetual mishaps took its toll 
cawing with ferocious hunger as to a crow
on carcasses piling up,...

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Categories: superstitions, cancer, corruption, death, evil, future, visionary,
Form: Elegy
Eclipse Facts and Fancies

When the Moon moves between the Earth and Sun
then comes a rare happening that can stun,
above all a syzygy alliance,
the term from the Greek in...

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Categories: superstitions, earth, humanity, moon, science, sky, space,
Form: Verse
Life on the wing
The stained colored glass of flying things                  ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitions, christian, creation, culture, flying, insect, jesus,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Best Part Of Humanity
God exists within the hearts of people
He doesn’t reign on any worldly plane.
And therefore you cannot verify Him
you either believe in Him or you don’t.


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Categories: superstitions, beautiful, faith, feelings, god, heart, inspiration,
Form: Blank verse