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Friends Didactic Poems

These Friends Didactic poems are examples of Didactic poems about Friends. These are the best examples of Didactic Friends poems written by international poets.

Premium Member WHAT IS WORSHIP
What IS worship?
You may not know
if your bored, stare into the air,
recite without insight,
sing without glee,
do not know if you’re free…

What is worship?
It’s a kinship

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Categories: christian,

Premium Member Mirrors

Our severest critics, they look 
at us as few eyes dare –
blunt, merciless, mocking.
And yet we view them like
true friends, confidants, advisors,
trusting their appraisals as...

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Categories: age,

Easter-Wester and Resurrection
A few hours after April 9th began
My puppies yelping woke me, helping
Me be thankful for this holiday -
Easter day! Better yet: Resurrection Day
For Easter was...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, america, gospel, humanity,

If you think life is a game
If you think life is a game,
You had better start playing by the Rules,
As there are others waiting for a start in the game, 

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Categories: analogy, anxiety, baptism, bible,

Premium Member WE NEED OTHERS
We need friends to pray for us…
… since they believe that God hears our cry for divine support
whenever we excruciate in downfall’s hurts along shame’s...

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Categories: blessing, christian, friendship, god,

Final Prayer
Jesay Meray rishta daar Hain
Khuda aisay Kisi ko na day
Jesay Meray dost ahbab Hain
Khuda aisay Kisi ko na day
Jesay Meray neighbour Hain
Khuda aisay Kisi ko...

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© Majnu Bhai  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allah, people, prayer, social,

Luke for EASTER
LORD, thy word and sword
They comfort and confront me
As with David, once shepherd then king
But he was reNEWed: man after Thy heart
Holy Spirit, drive me,...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bible, christian, jesus,

My parents Taught Me to Be
My parents brought me up to be
So I could live with myself,
And choose friends who make me smile.

They did not bring me up to...

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Categories: absence, addiction, analogy, anxiety,

From the parent of an eating disorder sufferer
Don’t be afraid of words like thin and fat or slim and large, of discussing shame or diet or weight -
there is nothing wrong with...

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Categories: father son, for teens,

Experience tells me that some people put enjoyment on hold,
Put it in their pocket for when they grow old,
And appear to others as quite cold.


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Categories: addiction, age, analogy, appreciation,

Premium Member Take a Page from the Courtesy Queen
When your first urge is to say something mean
Take a page from the courtesy queen
She has lots of friends, actually they never end.

Clamp down your...

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Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Are we living in the last days
Are we living in the last days?

That expression "last days" or end times, where does it come from?
From a passage in the Bible, at 2Timothy...

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Categories: age, corruption, life, society,

Ever wondered how most civilization got lost to time;

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When i recall the good old days;
The invaluable golden memories

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Categories: earth, emotions, family, fate,

U may NOT say : HIP HIP HOORAY again
The origin of "Hip, Hip Hooray may shock you, and U may not wish anyone that with a clear conscience. If U have Jewish friends,...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: history, humanity, jesus, jewish,

One Another
Speaking from the month or out of ones’ ***.
Seeing through the eyes or betwixt the ears.
Thinking with the mind or from what’s said.
Knowing of the...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, perspective, symbolism,