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Erred Poems - Poems about Erred

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Words and Precepts
...engraved on stones, But they were not written in their hearts, It was a worthless effort, They fell short and erred in many ways, Wearied by their continuous transgressions, He sought a way to embed His words perpetually in t......Read More
Categories: erred, christian, gospel,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Bottle Note Lied
...de. One time, in January, in a rush to catch the wind I wrote last year's year on the dates I penned, unaware I had erred. Two days later, I received a call. "Hello, that's amazing!" "I found your bottle washed up on my beach at Curr......Read More
Categories: erred, lost,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Gods Law, And Mans
...downfall. 1 Timothy 6:10 “For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.” ......Read More
Categories: erred, change, culture, god, people,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ho-oponopono
...ing attention in silence first of all we say ‘I am sorry’ ouch! many stuck at the first step conceding we have erred making hearts asunder for what matters the truth if love itself stands abandoned we pause reflecting that......Read More
Categories: erred, forgiveness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Beware the Fireworks of Joy
...he now, in the now, Or they will be condemned To a never changing present. Science has proved And disproved itself Erred in its “infallible” wisdom Swept the detritus of its denial Into the graveyards and landfills While claiming in......Read More
Categories: erred, metaphor, political, weather, wind,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member A Far Cry
...weak to console a father Children are dying, never having spoken a word. Here in America with our wealth we have erred Someday the wealthy piper must pay the potter Hopeless cries from faraway Africa are heard Children are dyin......Read More
Categories: erred, africa, children, death, hurt,
Form: Villanelle
Addiction
...ediction, I had to get some proper help, To deal with my addiction. I wake up thirsty every day, But so far haven’t erred, I told them I could do it, Gave to each of them my word. I only drink to hide things, Take away the way I fee......Read More
Categories: erred, addiction,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Artist
...of canvas Was waiting for a scene. I shall start to build a forest With shades of deepest green. Ooops! I erred and made a splat. It's a mark I can't take back. I've changed my mind completely This paintings now abstr......Read More
Categories: erred, art,
Form: Rhyme
Sonnets LXXI-LXXX
...Sonnets LXXI-LXXX Because You Came to Me by Michael R. Burch Because you came to me with sweet compassion and k......Read More
Categories: erred, desire, grief, loss, love,
Form: Sonnet
Animal Poems
...rovinces, where toads (nee princes) ruled in chinks and grew so small at last to be invisible. He smiled (the fables erred so curiously), and thought bemusedly of being reconciled to human flesh, because his heart was not incapable of......Read More
Categories: erred, animal, cat, dog, friend,
Form: Limerick
Limericks II - Nature and Animals
...rovinces, where toads (nee princes) ruled in chinks and grew so small at last to be invisible. He smiled (the fables erred so curiously), and thought bemusedly of being reconciled to human flesh, because his heart was not incapable of......Read More
Categories: erred, animal, humor, humorous, light,
Form: Limerick
After Jean de la Fontaine's fable The Animals sick from the Plague
...t and soul. to find what error played a role in provoking Heaven's frown, sparing not Our royal crown. We too have erred, let Us confess, sharing guilt for the present mess. Often We - Oh, truth to tell - a flock of harmless sheep......Read More
Categories: erred, allegory, animal, literature,
Form: Narrative
The Second Curse of the Horny Toad
...rovinces, where toads (nee princes) ruled in chinks and grew so small at last to be invisible. He smiled (the fables erred so curiously), and thought bemusedly of being reconciled to human flesh, because his heart was not incapable of......Read More
Categories: erred, allegory, analogy, animal, extended
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Gilgamesh
...went And into the city Unuk the daft bull was then sent The daft bull in Uruk not half wreaked some havoc When it erred as on the side of being a bit savage Riles Enikdu into action; who as quickly has a plan Grabs the bull by th......Read More
Categories: erred, adventure, best friend, brother,
Form: Epic
Happily Never After
...rovinces, where toads (nee princes) ruled in chinks and grew so small at last to be invisible. He smiled (the fables erred so curiously), and thought bemusedly of being reconciled to human flesh, because his heart was not incapable of......Read More
Categories: erred, addiction, allegory, child, childhood,
Form: Sonnet

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