Get Your Premium Membership

Didactic Poems | Didactic Examples

Didactic Poems. Examples of Didactics and a list of new poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read short, long, best, and famous Didactic poetry while accessing rules, format, types, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Didactic.

Didactic is a form verse, the aim of which is to instruct the mind and improve morals, but there is more didactic. What is didactic in poetry (complete definition)?

The Throne in Heaven Poetry Contest
I hope in Heaven, there's no more pee Because it might frustrate my Eternity At least due to my nephrolithiasis--- I'd be SO glad to avoid taking a whiz Plus the process would be shoddy Until the Resurrection of the...Read More
Categories: body, health, heaven, humor,
Form: Didactic



Premium Member Tenebrous Night
Tenebrous night steals autumn days, Invading ink subtracts the breath of light, With tarnished mingling edge, With dusty dusk’s laments. Tenebrous night of immutable grave, Infiltrating melanin loots the golden glow, Where criminal and crucifix sink, Where dream and delirium drown. We are...Read More
Categories: class, death, international, night,
Form: Didactic
The turn to extinction
"Give me liberty or give me death". - Patrick Henry "There is a road that crosses the atlantic ocean, made of men's bones". - LeRoi Jones of terms in distinction the turn to extinction of beauty's wont as rafts...Read More
Categories: evil, word play,
Form: Didactic
Fiery Faith: Old Problems, New Possibilities
Through the road of life When we all think alike, then no one is really thinking The road of faith paves a new path as We bath ourselves in the performance of fiery faith! A reflection in time...Read More
Categories: destiny, faith,
Form: Didactic
Pain Paints Poetry
Pain Paints Poetry Love gives us the victory The heart breaks through misery While words are cemented in history Shadows of comfort will sprinkle your face Blades of power will hold your mouth Words of silence can’t escape The thunderous ploy of...Read More
Categories: love, poetry,
Form: Didactic



Premium Member EMBLEM the form
Look there,do you see the wall of red brick each upon the other: leans with...Read More
Categories: poetry, word play,
Form: Didactic
Teachers, Gossiping, Lost of Productivity and Wasted Time
Lately teaching is about gossiping Sipping on information to discredit another teacher Blowing the whistle to try and harness someone’s weakness So that the teacher that is gossiping can benefit By trying to belittle someone In so many schools Teaching...Read More
Categories: teacher,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member At the Hospital
At the Hospital ——————————- Today as skin was torn Off the bottom of my foot, I yelled out and began to cry. I thought, “How often Do I need to prove my strength?” and Then, for the first time in 50 years, I...Read More
Categories: christian, emotions, inspiration, love,
Form: Didactic
Without fear or favour
Without fear or favour, Will you be remembered for this kind of behaviour? Or will your epitaph be of a different flavour. Will you be remembered as having no backbone? Staying on your cell phone, While others are cut to...Read More
Categories: analogy, anti bullying, appreciation,
Form: Didactic
Common ground
Common ground, Though hard to find, Will reduce the number of land mines to be found. Common ground, Though hard to find, Gives peace of mind, When back on private ground. Common ground, Once found, Makes one duty bound, To stand one's ground. Common ground, Once...Read More
Categories: appreciation, blessing, celebration, change,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Each a Portrait
Each a Portrait* ——————————————-We are multiple billions now… But, more… We are all, and each A face, a portrait, a Hand trying to extend From the very being… Waiting nearby, being, each ...Read More
Categories: community, earth, love, perspective,
Form: Didactic
Our local Vaccination Centre People
What does one say, To those who save the day, Every day, Even when the weather is far from OK. What can one say, To those who help keep Covid at bay, Instead of at home to stay, So we...Read More
Categories: abuse, age, allusion, anger,
Form: Didactic
Judging My Race in Staffroom
Coloured thoughts So many bad reports Fighting my race The group that forgot about the wonders of grace! I trace their mistake in the face of jealousy Hoping to help the new teachers entering the system and Letting them know the...Read More
Categories: education,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Foreshortened Perspective
The years have been generous to me, more than I expected. Many of my generation already have their names cleanly etched in headstones. Too much of anything is wasteful, anyway, and that includes a long but empty life. Two hands...Read More
Categories: age, death, life,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Look For A Compromise
Trying to get one's point across... With a...Read More
Categories: conflict, encouraging, wisdom,
Form: Didactic

Specific Types of Didactic Poems

Read wonderful didactic poetry on the following sub-topics: cinquain, christmas, friends, funny, kids, love, music, nature, school, sports and more.

Definition | What is Didactic in Poetry?

Poems Related to Didactic

ethical, moral, philosophical, religious