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God Iambic Pentameter Poems

These God Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about God. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter God poems written by international poets.


Premium Member I See You, God
I See You, God


I see you, God...your glory amplifies
     with gifts of life we share beneath our skies;
   ...

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Categories: god, life, universe,



Final Kiss
"What a cruel thing is war: to separate and destroy families and friends, and mar the purest joys and happiness God has granted us in...

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Categories: goodbye, love, war,

THE SCATTERING
One's ill respite, ne'er distantly 
the acclimation's Faith as sight
before the God of might stay free,
as justice arbitraries fight!

My land, my kin, my own insight
in...

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Categories: prayer,

STANDING TALL DEMEANOR
That bridge so named uncertainty
stands waiting ~ there appall
the risk of sure identity
to face from God , His Call!

The inches, not extremity
that size demeanor small
does...

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Categories: jesus, prayer, rights,

Years of Hurt
Whilst the majority of domestic violence perpetrators are men I am fully aware that men are sometimes victims as well, therefore this poem is written...

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Categories: abuse, anger, fear, football,

Premium Member Her Wedding Day
Her Wedding Day

The spiral staircase made her high heels sing,
while from afar, she heard the church bells ring.
Today, they'd pledge their marriage vows so true;
before...

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Categories: wedding,

Premium Member The Unseen Conflict
The conflict that I’ll never let you see
Is one that rages here inside of me
I face the day and smile away the pain
Yet deep inside...

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Categories: conflict,

My First English Poem
A Realization

Once upon a time, a baby was born
In a small town near the green mountains. 
He was living life off from thorn.
Blessed! But he’s...

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Categories: god, heaven,

Premium Member Again--and Again--and Again
		I was just ten or twelve when I first saw
		him standing in the doorway of my room.
		I was awake--or so I thought. Each time
		he paralyzed...

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Categories: childhood, fear, night,

Premium Member My Message to Trump
You say a word and set the world aflame
No thought to what the nations think or feel
The turmoil that we're in is not a game
I...

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Categories: political, truth,

At my age I should be doing something
At my age, I should be doing something.

I haven't done the world much good 'till now.
Then again, god might not need my help so;
having seven...

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Categories: relationship,

Premium Member This Time of Year- For Jean Jack
I smiled at you as you sang Christmas song
you stood enthronged by others, bringing cheer
my heart was sad; it thought of all that's wrong
and why...

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Categories: loss, mother,

Death delivered, My nile river
Sitting on the shower floor
Numb inside and not afraid
reflecting on the steelhead blade
soon I won’t feel anymore

I won't have to feel this pain
thoughts of living...

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Categories: dark, death, deep, gothic,

Thoughts on an Ending
I often wonder how death will begin
     and will there be a warning sign to heed.
Will I feel something way down...

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Categories: death, god, introspection, life,

Death
Sometimes i sit back and wonder if death is another natural thing or simply ultimate price which every human must pay for wronging The Almighty...

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© Don Bukana  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adventure, africa,

Mission Accomplished
English Sonnet

 A speck of dust had life breathed into it
 A willing volunteer a soul of love
 Conceived of lust, love, trust and light...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member What Does the Glass Reveal
                While searching for my younger self one day
		(The present...

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Categories: memory, mirror,

Premium Member Sarajevo Snack
     SARAJEVO SNACK
Speak softly to the tune, it plays out in the night,
and never think that Sarajevo hasn't named the song.
Division...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: betrayal, hate, world war

Premium Member Poetic Justice
    POETIC JUSTICE
They're all a cleansing for a jumbled mind
a brushing of cobwebs and molded dew
that genus Saprolegnia we find
deep in the...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bible, god, hope, life,

Premium Member It's Hard to be a Woman
It's hard to be a woman, I confess
Must care about your looks, your walk, your dress
you're told time and again, you're meant to please
and so...

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Categories: truth, woman,