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Religion Heroic Couplets Poems

These Religion Heroic Couplets poems are examples of Heroic Couplets poems about Religion. These are the best examples of Heroic Couplets Religion poems written by international poets.


al-Zahra, Shining one
Queen of Peace 
pray without cease!

Because your Son is Mercy's King
hearing your name, angels sing!

Blessed are you among women 
Immaculate al-Zahra Shining one

Let the Light...

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Categories: christian, islamic, jesus, light,



Premium Member WEATHER THOU GOEST
Clouds gather, pours the rain,
Pray the Lord, to remain,

Streets fills up, cops stops by,
Pray the Lord, will survive,

Downstairs floods, guy on boat,
Pray the Lord, stay...

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Categories: analogy, boat, hope, prayer,

Patriotic Poem
A Special Prayer for my own Beloved Country Pakistan:-
May Allah Help & Mercy on Pakistan, Ameen. We need to repent and correct ourselves.
~ Dedicated to...

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Categories: destiny, freedom, friendship, humanity,

A Bhiksu's Resolve
My riches are here: Old robes and alms bowl, 
With these I free myself from worldly toil, 
With these I sow and plough the Dharma...

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Categories: blessing, faith, inspiration, integrity,

Soul
You have soul if you know right and wrong, 
You have soul if with others you get along, 
You have soul if you talk like...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, clothes, community,



Fester
I think Christian fundamentalists tight, 
Know the word fester as if it’s right, 
When they’re only claiming to plant, 
A seed to nurture you in...

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Categories: anger, angst, corruption, psychological,

No More
84 people dead,
No regret said,
More critical, holding on,
Somebody’s partner, someone’s son.

France stands for liberty, 
Which was wrought on Bastille Day, 
When the people overturned, 
The...

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Categories: celebration, death, health, history,

Long Live Brussels
Long Live Brussels! 

We need to fight back, 
And in arduousness react, 
Without restraint or hesitation, 
And blame in aggression. 

Islam and faith must go...

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Categories: anger, community, conflict, death,

Sad Dismissal of Secularists
Yesterday, on the 20th of March 2016 on the BBC,
On The Andrew Marr Show about politics weekly,
I did see Ian Duncan-Smith, government member,
Say something that...

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Categories: christian, faith, leadership, philosophy,

Rowing Fundamentalists Over Baptism
Fundamentalist Christians row over piecemeal things, 
Over whether baptism is required for heavenly sings, 
Over whether baptism is needed for heaven’s welcome, 
Over whether baptism...

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Categories: abuse, faith, god, parents,

The Gods Must Be Crazy
The gods must be crazy to create such bad logic, 
To validate suffering, pain and distress, they tick,
To allow their existence, ‘cos that’s what logic’s...

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Categories: discrimination, fear, gender, god,

Who Is Knocking At My Door
’Twas about eight o’clock, 
And I dreaded the knock, 
The Carollers of pure light,  
With such Christian might.

They were to be an example, 
To...

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Categories: character, childhood, christmas, conflict,

Is There a God
If God is something that you think, 
It is only a process that you drink;
Wittgenstein's answer of yes and no,
Does only referential justification show.

Societal concepts...

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Categories: angst, deep, education, faith,

Left Behind
I watched left behind on Channel 5 last night,
As I thought that the Christians had recently got it right, 
About just what exactly it is...

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Categories: bible, caregiving, film, heaven,

A Christall night Remembered
True Love bless and pray for the first lost sheep  	  									 under the groaning oak not hate curse or beat										Enemies for Gospel...

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Categories: allegory, faith, forgiveness, history,

A true rose of Jericho
 I come whence I go the Lord alone knows 								            like this wheel...

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Categories: allegory, death, faith, life,

Jesus my Liberator
Given the truth will lead you into all truth                ...

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Categories: allegory, faith, religion, truth,

Plausible Denial
T'is politics where man excels, 
for it protects the lies they tell. 
Of pomp and ceremony he employs, 
voters manipulated like children's toys.

Wars are started,...

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Categories: introspection, philosophy, social,