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Best Synagogues Poems

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Premium Member By Now You Have Forgot' - To Whom It May Concern - Part 1
Remember all the Wise Men on their knees upon your yacht?
With orphans on their backs they’d crawled (with others that they’d brought)
Through rubble on the...

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Categories: synagogues, war,
Form: Monorhyme



Premium Member Finding The Plot
Finding the plot

Of lost innocence
engrained in untold memories

The silenced absence 
in past present unspoken
stories well hidden
and therefore evoking
my past and my future
not mine and mine

Quite...

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Categories: synagogues, war,
Form: Free verse
Message To My Jewish Brother
Satan is destroying your graveyards
And defacing your Synagogues
Now you remember that
You are black too...

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Categories: synagogues, africa, bible, birthday, black african american,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Crowning The Virgin Mary
Crowning the Virgin Mary
I was only six years old and was
chosen by the first grade nun,
To place a garland of roses on the 
Vigin Mary...

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Categories: synagogues, god, heaven, memory,
Form: Prose Poetry
times of deception
that's the future age of the deceiver
peace on earth,hell in heaven
it's an ancient plan
jews betrayed their religion erased ALLAH'S words and rewrote the Torah and...

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Categories: synagogues, age, destiny, earth, evil, future, humanity,
Form: ABC



Everyday Heroes
Everyday Heroes

Let’s talk about everyday Heroes
Ordinary people like you and I
People who do not always win
But are always willing to try.

People who go on everyday
Making...

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Categories: synagogues, uplifting,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Silent City - Part 1
Ill-fated crowd neath unchained cloud: the Silent City braves
against a sudden sullen flood, unleashing lashing waves
which wash the stony structures clean with radiance that laves.

Deserted...

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Categories: synagogues, angst, life, war,
Form: Rhyme
Enemies of the Peace
Enemies of the peace
Are not consecrating the life
Tampering with the nature
Crucifying the childhood
On the sidewalks
Burying the chastity
In the brothels
Killing the light
Before coming the dark

Enemies of...

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Categories: synagogues, peace, violence, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL AND UPLIFTING - PRAISE, WORSHIP, AND PRAYER
SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL & UPLIFTING – PRAISE, WORSHIP, & PRAYER
There is no reason to be down and out.
     The sun still shines...

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Categories: synagogues, appreciation, beautiful, blessing, care, happiness, heart,
Form: Sonnet
Two Prayers of Praise
Oh God, I attend thy church proudly
Secure in my self-righteous pew
I sing and recite to thee loudly
A few hours, then I bid thee adieu 
-----------------------------------------
Oh...

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Categories: synagogues, god, prayer,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The Flash Mob Application
I'd like to apply for a permit
for a protest march
on the Washington Mall.

Lovely idea.
But, we're only issuing Mall permits
for Song and Dance Events.

I think this...

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Categories: synagogues, america, culture, health, humanity, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
A MISSION OF MERCY
In the book of John it relates the history
of Jesus' mission of Christian mercy
when Jesus encounters a Samaritan woman near a drinking well
it was a...

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Categories: synagogues, faith, hope, inspirational, life, philosophygod, woman,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Altruism in the Bible
That ‘Altruism’—
It’s so hard to live up to;
No recognition!\

Altruism:  Unselfish regard for or devotion to the welfare of others; feelings and behavior that show...

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Categories: synagogues, bible, blessing, character, christian, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Senryu
IDENTITY CRISIS
Who am I?
I mull over my identity…
And I ponder
Each one of us in this society,
Belongs to a ‘religion’…
To a set or a group,
And each set...

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Categories: synagogues, religion, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member WE SEEM TO HAVE IT ALL BACKWARDS
The deer's house bears no human heads upon it's walls.
No grizzly bear was ever fined for trashing the forest.
No gorilla ever built a nuclear power...

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Categories: synagogues, earth, earth day, environment, people, political,
Form: Prose
Killing in Allahs Name
Killing in Allah’s Name…

…

Pieces of burnt flesh,

splattered,
in a school,
a market-place,
a temple,
a synagogue,
a mosque,
a church,

a man,
a woman,
a child,

charred hands, smouldering corpses, fractured bodies,
torn limbs,
dismembered human beings,

just...

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Categories: synagogues, allah, death, hate, political, religion, religious,
Form: I do not know?
59th Minute
Its the last minute of the 11th hour
I have seen a demon wondering searching for a soul
A priest coveting the ass of another man's woman...

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Categories: synagogues, africa, allah, allegory, angel, art, bible,
Form: Lyric
In Venice
Narrow streets that block the light
Bridges spanning everywhere
Gondoliers in black and white
Pigeons in Saint Marco Square

Churches and Venetian glass
Synagogues from ghettoed Jews
Tourists you can barely...

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Categories: synagogues, travel,
Form: Rhyme
Saint Paul
The man from Tarsus, in Cilicia, in modern-day Turkey
bloodline of the Hebrews and Israelites of the Tribe of Benjamin. 
by racial ancestry Israelite
by citizenship Roman
by...

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Categories: synagogues, baptism, bible, blessing, change, christian, community,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Poem for the Working Class
    In the cold 
they do their work 
   The work is of utmost importance 
  Buildings, churches, synagogues...

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Categories: synagogues, society, urban,
Form: Concrete
Magic Show
Sunlight pours through 
my window 
   It's time for 
the show to begin
Trucks, cars, pedestrians
        ...

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Categories: synagogues, urban,
Form: Blank verse
Memoirs of Pope John Paul II
He gave me a strong impact,
with his gift for immemorial gestures;
he embraced the sick and handicapped
he kissed the soil of the nation on his first...

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Categories: synagogues, death, dedication, faith, hope, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Narrative
TRAGEDY IN BLACK
TRAGEDY IN BLACK

Damn, folks always have something feverish to say
About darker hues representing the jealousy of ravens
But, in my opinion, there's something even more eery...

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Categories: synagogues, angel, anger, beauty, bible, dark, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Potlatch Cafes and Gardens
Dear Covenant to Empower Children, Inc.

I was in a Potlatch CoHousing Cafe
just the other repair-invested day
for both ego and eco therapy.

Our host introduced
this Potlatch SkillShare...

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Categories: synagogues, caregiving, children, community, garden, health, home,
Form: Political Verse
THEY CALLED HIM RABBI
The called him rabbi..
Born in Bethlehem of Judea
A fulfillment of the prophecy.
Fled with his parents to Egypt
It's you Oh LORD who called..
Your son from Egypt..

He...

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Categories: synagogues, bible, christian, easter,
Form: Blank verse