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Best Superstitious Poems

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


THE SUPERSTITIOUS GAMBLER
Fate knocked me down with two balled fists
robbed me of all with evil twists
disabled and a mass of pain
and left with naught of lifetime’s gain

Rock-hard...

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Categories: superstitious, funnyme,
Form: Rhyme



Rainbow
It struts peacock-like when the rains have gone,
but visible from only the one side,
to folk who from behind sun shines upon,
those facing its bright rays...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, rainbow, relationship,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Halloween Birthdays
Halloween birthdays compare to no other
Preparations begin at the end of summer
Leaves change color, a chill is in the air
Outdoor decorations appear everywhere

Talk of ghosts,...

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Categories: superstitious, autumn, birthday, childhood, halloween, holiday, stress,
Form: Rhyme
Seven Kingdoms
			I

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
and...

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Categories: superstitious, judgement, religious, spiritual, truth,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Tears do Fall
Tears do Fall

...a sad sonnet...

My tears do fall as they cowardly crawl
To rivers of disbelief with banks of grief
My heart a slaving stall building the...

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Categories: superstitious, first love, lost love, sad,
Form: Sonnet



Lucky number 13
Acute power or a mystical virtue? 
Not daring to venture further
Became superstitious by token and sign,
Leaving the most positive meanings behind

Ends with a 3 that...

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Categories: superstitious, upliftingme, me, power, , cute,
Form: Prose Poetry
She Sold Her Soul in a Bathroom Mirror
Wicked Witches vicious Wishes
Worst of Curses Hexed
Paranormal Victim Witness
Poltergeist are Vexed
Rows of Sixes Superstitious
Sacred Scrolls and text
I see dishes fly malicious
And She is surely next.
Sold...

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Categories: superstitious, evil, satire, woman,
Form: Rhyme
Metamorphosed
I see their intentions,
In their trances of manipulation, 
Mind-warping affection, they laid upon you, 
And knowingly you feed on what I thought you were absorbing…

You...

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Categories: superstitious, beauty, freedom, growth, heart, inspirational, love,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Tina s Fatal Attraction COLLABORATION WITH SONNY ROPER
Tina’s  Fatal Attraction

With kid gloves   Tina loved to play		

When hubby was working away			

She got a surprising fright			

When he came home early one...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, fun,
Form: Rhyme
broken (quick write)
Broken dreams and shattered wishes,
Souls torn my hearts in stitches.
This girl was so suspicious,
So vile and oh so wicked,
Her words were sharp and vicious,
Like knife...

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© Sag Capone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, lost love, love
Form: I do not know?
Hollywood Lottery game
the early bird gets the worm
wake up in the morning to be told
what one of the winning numbers is
playing along
can you figure out
the metaphors throughout...

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Categories: superstitious, adventure
Form: Free verse
Struggling
12/12/19
"Struggling"

I've been struggling
Doing things that are puzzling
It's rather troubling
How much liquor I've been guzzling

Shiiiit
I admit

I'm not proud at all
I got a problem with alcohol
It'll be...

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Categories: superstitious, dark, poetry, rap, spiritual, truth, word
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Clash of Truth and Beauty
Clash of Truth and Beauty

I find it abhorrent this obsession
The ancient Greeks had, for the perversion,
Of human beings engaging in sex
With animals.
And to actually believe...

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Categories: superstitious, beauty, corruption, culture, deep, mythology, perspective,
Form: Verse
Premium Member To Be 2D
DIMENSION CONTENTION

In the world of two dimensions
There is discord and dissension 
About what exists beyond 
The known space of which they’re fond

Some claim that’s it...

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Categories: superstitious, satire, space,
Form: Rhyme
Peek Freans Fig Roll
Peek Freans Fig Roll


You make me laugh

You think that the evil humanity does

Has nothing to do with you

And your excuses

And your prayers

For salvation

Merely continue the...

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Categories: superstitious, hopeme,
Form: Free verse
My Africa
MY AFRICA
 
A dusty street, commuters meet
A taxi crowded, a route decided
Street vendors sell, plastic from China
Fresh fruit, dead meat, flies from hell
A cellphone rings,...

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© John birch  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, africa, earth, people, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Speedily Developing Through the Machines of Perseverance
A teenager with the expressions of a middle age individual
is the wonder-creating characteristic of its accelerating growth.
Dwelling in a land not presented with natural gifts;
it...

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Categories: superstitious, community, earth, education, environment, nature, society,
Form: Ode
Premium Member THE SCARECROW

The raven knows, listen to his soundings warning,
Beware and listen to what he says, harken unto this
Messenger of death for he sees all things, be...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, fear, halloween, history, holiday, horror, imagery,
Form: Free verse
A Whistling Girl and a Crowing Hen
A Whistling Girl and a Crowing Hen
 
By Elton Camp
 
 
	“We keep thet big flock o’ chickens fer eggs and meat,” Milas explained to...

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, humorous,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Am I a Jinx
The dictionary says that a jinx
is one who brings bad luck
and to jinx someone or some thing
is “To foredoom to failure or misfortune.”
 Unfortunately, my...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, introspection, journey, life,
Form: Free verse
Lucky Rabbit's Foot
I lost one of my lucky shoes,
I started to cry the lose blues,
but while the tears did flow
and my nose - need to blow...
my team...

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© George Aul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstitious, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Bastard Child
Like a penny, lost and worthless, woman
mother, and buried within the origin pit, dark
she brought me like a Jezebel into her life of mourning
mistress of...

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Categories: superstitious, angst, caregiving, childhood, death, lost lovedeath,
Form: Sestina
Human Sacrifice
The place where I live is a damp swamp space 
Here not only live human beings 
But also live cockroaches, mosquitoes and flies 
India is...

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Categories: superstitious, sin,
Form: Free verse
Friday the 13th'
In recent years a amazing thing has happened to the number Thirteen,
Adding Friday, and the movies, Freddie Kruger has entered the Big Screen.
A silly guy...

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Categories: superstitious, faithday, god, people, day, god, people,
Form: Rhyme
I am dying day-by-day
I am dying day-by-day
But still I want to live one more day
To change the system of our country
To change the thinking of our human brains
I...

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Categories: superstitious, girlfriend-boyfriend, history, life, lost love, sadchange,
Form: I do not know?