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Best Tabernacles Poems

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The Feast of Tabernacles - The Healing Journey


Many have abused and murdered using their religion to justify
Believing in a god will not save this writhing world
So what will?
God teaches us that only...

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Categories: tabernacles, happiness, hope, life, religion, god, god,
Form: Free verse

The Feast of Tabernacles - God's Faithfulness and The Good News
God’s Faithfulness

Faithfulness is everything to God
He promises those that are faithful to Him
And His laws—eternal life and happiness

When God commanded Hosea to marry a prostitute,

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Categories: tabernacles, hope, inspirational, life, love, religion, god,
Form: Free verse
The Feast of Tabernacles - Conscience

A clear conscience is good;
A mind open and sensitive to God’s way
Produces peace and a sense of hope
However, a weak conscience,
One that is easily swayed...

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Categories: tabernacles, inspirational, life, philosophy, longing, sin,
Form: Free verse
The Feast of Tabernacles - The Call For Action
Reveled through the world His words are cherished
Many read the peace of His words, yet works be perished
We see the problems without the power to...

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Categories: tabernacles, dedication, faith, hope, inspirational, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
The Feast of Tabernacles - Accessible Wisdom

Man will always fall short
As long as they use their own wisdom
Be thankful for our access to God’s wisdom
Read it—and stay by it
But most of...

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Categories: tabernacles, life, visionary,
Form: Free verse

The Feast of Tabernacles - Now


There is a multitude around the world preparing for God’s Kingdom
And there is one dark enmity preparing as well
Combatting this powerful being’s influence and persistence

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Categories: tabernacles, angst, depression, hope, inspirational, life,
Form: Free verse
The Feast of Tabernacles - Regeneration

“We travel forward in time in order to secure our future 
Staring up, blinking
In a speck of uncertainty 
A time has come for a light...

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Categories: tabernacles, forgiveness, happiness, hope, inspirational, life, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Venerable Dad - memory snippet on Fathers Day
Lucky day!   Father McShane was on the altar.
I knelt in gratitude, in silent applause.

He said mass faster than the lead car in a...

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Categories: tabernacles, father, father, father,
Form: Free verse
The Children's Bread
Freshly baked every morning,
Even at noon and in the evening,
In different shapes and colors-
Some dense, some light
Some like desert manna
Some flat, some leavened
Some long and...

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Categories: tabernacles, family, father, food, children, people, pets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Indigenous Ghost
No amount of political education
could quell his mingling organ they call ‘simple brain,’
while mutations from grammar association
to unravel civilization's complex pain.
His shield prepared against another...

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Categories: tabernacles, angst, culture,
Form: Sonnet
Baptism By Fire
Ashless shall thee
For a moment
Or forever be

Fair Lady, forsake what has passed
Partake of purification
Walk with me upon love's life path
Into baptism by fire

Manifestation in its...

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Categories: tabernacles, devotion, spoken word,
Form: Free verse
Spy Breidenthal -part 2-
I will never forget the Feast of Tabernacles at Lake Arrowhead
I spent my nights there in our beautiful rented house
With Spy loyally by my side

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Categories: tabernacles, appreciation, cat, grief, happiness, sad, sorrow,
Form: Narrative
the holy youth of sao paulo
skinny  children move quickly outliving
 the shadow of their slim suicides.

 running and skipping they celebrate lent 
 the soles of their feet...

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Categories: tabernacles, allegory,
Form: I do not know?
Children Of The Night
In paradox with the living world,
Day breaks at dusk,
Reminiscences of the preceding night,
Lost to substance abuse induced amnesia,
Breakfast is served,
Flunitrazepam, ethanol and cannabis,
A balanced diet...

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Categories: tabernacles, city, culture, life, night, drug,
Form: Prose Poetry
Haunt Me No More
Verse 4: Another day of fighting back tears of fears
Lingering around a chastening situation that appears
You can't just leave me with this junk of a...

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Categories: tabernacles, deep,
Form: Lyric
Bantu Migrations: ntu, umb, Mumbi, Nagabumba
when they reached Cameroun, from the heart of Africa's West
they had no priests; they had no religion; they knew IMMENSITY
they had, too, the fairest of...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tabernacles, africa, culture, history, humanity, language, mother,
Form: Didactic
Stopped by Life On a Sunny Day
Stopped by life on a sunny day,
Flowers use earth's pallette
To become their own Monet.
An ecstacy of trees
Builds stairways to the sky,
As tabernacles of cardinals
Chant, by...

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Categories: tabernacles, imagination, introspection,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Appreciation
Early in the morning
Before the sun has risen
While the dew drips sweet nectar
From Pale Running Rose's petals
Linda is busy typing unique comments
'Pon my foggy poems...

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Categories: tabernacles, feelings,
Form: Free verse
The Masked Faces
“The Masked Faces”

We peeling off the foreskin of our rich culture,
Ignorance is the reason we feed on the carcass of a Vulture,
The more we fail...

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Categories: tabernacles, innocence, political, power, violence,
Form: Alliteration
Slave Quarters and Plastic Dollars

Ghetto tabernacles congregate
to hear the sons of Eli preachers beg and holla
Saying to the colorful captive audience:
they gonna get their piece of the pie in...

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Categories: tabernacles, religious, spiritual, truth, wisdom,
Form: Ode
rainy portland
I know i'm not a saint
 but i might be your martyr 
even if just for a moment.
stranger my eyes to you.

 the ambience...

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Categories: tabernacles, allegory,
Form: I do not know?
Canterbury Landscape
I use to hike through Flankers’ un-cobbled street

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Categories: tabernacles, placesme,
Form: Free verse
Water Trance
"Silence is the general consecration of the space.'' (Herman Melville)

Every river whispers the secrets of the land

Tragedies, future-past

Set has scattered undeciphered 

Hieroglyphs of the Fates


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Categories: tabernacles, baptism, bible, future, imagination, insect, mystery,
Form: Verse

Haven’t anyone who loves me, but God;
No other person loves me, just God;
Seeking for some answers;
While visiting tabernacles;

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Categories: tabernacles, analogy, appreciation, encouraging, inspirational love, marriage,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Eighth Day
The orchards are bare
   Their branches picked clean
Vegetables all gathered
   Carrots. potatoes, beans

Israel's dwelt outdoors in 'booths'
   For the...

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Categories: tabernacles, celebration, dance, god, holiday, jewish,
Form: Rhyme