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Judgement Poems

Judgement Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about judgement. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for judgement.

Poem Topics Related to Judgement

jument, augment, segment, coagment, figment, pigment, clement,

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The Smell of Hope
The sun rises this morning with its fresh fragrance
Spilling rays of hope, and love everywhere
While the morning looks proudly at me,
And danced away its aged old misery
The smell of hope lingers beyond the shore
And a multitude of pleasure is waiting...Read More
Categories: appreciation, encouraging, endurance, farewell, imagination, inspiration, judgement,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member A Sad State of the Union
This country's in a mess today,
And things are getting worse not better.
Our leadership has lost its grip
And has given common sense the slip,
When the White House has as resident
An egocentric president
Who makes his lack of judgement evident
By spending too little...Read More
Categories: judgement, america, leadership, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member JUDGMENT MAKERS
         Judgement Makers

Be careful, watch your words.
Remember what Christ said:
"Do not judge lest you be
  judged also!"

We muck about like God himself.
We. Yes, I said "we" have already
decided.
Who is going to heaven and who
is going to hell.

Tell...Read More
Categories: christian, god, heaven, judgement,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Home Is Where The Heart Is
The home is where the heart is, each day its filled with blessings. You could say                        ...Read More
Categories: judgement, poetry,
Form: Shape
Trial and the Judgement
Thrashed her life in that vicious fuscous night
Tattered her body in that mucky verdant site
Shattered her dreams in that bloody wicked plight
Four feigned civilized animals, enjoyed their bite. 

They waited their turn to deracinate her
With ears and heart kept fastened...Read More
Categories: judgement, anger, death, emotions, heartbroken, sad, sorrow, woman,
Form: Rhyme



Come Talk To Me
Oh what sorrows have begat thee?
Oh what pain has come upon thee?
Drooping head hanging low
And the billows are moving to and fro
Unkempt hair flying high in the sky
And anxious whiskers are standing by 
Your shadows stand aloof the wall
And your...Read More
Categories: america, beautiful, courage, endurance, friend, heart, judgement,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Merry Christmas White House
Merry Christmas White House

God Bless My house, 
Your house 
and Our home, 
Your family, 
your friends 
and your kin. 
Let not one wish be un-granted. 
Let not one thought of happiness be held back. 
You are the best of Our...Read More
Categories: america, encouraging, freedom, heaven, judgement, meaningful, political,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member MAIN STREET MEDIA MIND CONTROL




THEY CONTROL WHAT YOU HEAR.
THEY CONTROL WHAT YOU SEE.
THEIR CONTROL OVER YOU.
MEANS YOU'RE NOT REALLY FREE.

THEY CONTROL YOUR THOUGHTS
THEY CONTROL WHAT YOU SAY.
THEY HAVE CONTROL OVER YOU
THROUGH OUT YOUR WHOLE DAY.

THEY FORM YOUR OPINION
WITH THEIR POINT OF VIEW.
ALTERED AND DOCTORED
AND...Read More
Categories: america, corruption, culture, discrimination, judgement, perspective, political,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member DAY of the LORD an epic to come
revealed 
        a clear perception
the day
        of the Lord

east west north&south
universal
           in dimension
   ...Read More
Categories: judgement, christian, destiny, hope,
Form: Verse
Tarred and Feathered
Here I stand before you good people of Liberated France,
The Nazi’s have been beaten and it is time to dance.
But we have a job to do before the celebrations begin,
These woman that stand before you are traitors.
They slept with Nazi...Read More
Categories: judgement, 10th grade,
Form: ABC
IN DISPRAISE OF POETRY
IN DISPRAISE OF POETRY
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

Guilty as charged they passed on the verdict
As the prisoner who had been accused of an atrocity, stood before the jury.
It comprised of not more than three panel of judges.
The eldest judge with white...Read More
Categories: corruption, cry, freedom, judgement, poetry, political, voice,
Form: Political Verse
Choice of Compassion


                  Path that was externally in ordinances
                ...Read More
Categories: allusion, devotion, journey, judgement, poetry, power,
Form: ABC
Judgement is known
Do you accept
Things are they are
Do you take
People as they are

You seem to be putting a ruler
Over everything and everyone
A set of personal rules
That you set long ago

Stand back and think awhile
Your rules don’t always apply
If you judge these things
Maybe...Read More
Categories: judgement,
Form: Ballad
Last Laugh
There he goes again
proving them all wrong 
spent his life doing that 
they don’t cotton on 

Oh too right off in humoured fashion 
mock each day and banter bash him
make a mockery oh enjoying
openly mock it's only Trim

and he's aware...Read More
Categories: judgement,
Form: Rhyme
Lesson at Luigi's
Myra mouse made Micah mad
Spun old Micah turning sad
He runs away to find a bite
For two at Luigi’s diner

Along his way, the red hawk gliding
Overflight above Luigi’s
Quickly spots a dapper mouse
Hawk dumpster dives for dinner

Micah never thought to fly
But in...Read More
Categories: judgement, analogy, animal, forgiveness,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Cowboy Girls And Their Twirls
It is time for the game 
With the team the world knows the name 
This year New York State was invited to the feast
When the Bills were chosen as the sacrifice for the statement of peace. 
After devouring the skin...Read More
Categories: appreciation, fun, giggle, judgement, men, thank you,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member No Joke
No Joke

Highway 99, 
goes no where… 
I tell you. 
I have been there 
and back. 

You have to go, 
but you can not find it. 
There is a tree, with lights. 
It is very bright. 

The star at the top,...Read More
Categories: encouraging, garden, jesus, judgement, nonsense, seasons, soldier,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member SELFISH-
SELFISH
only think of me
feel not for humanity
thinks only of me

11/27/19
written by James Edward Lee Sr. 2019©
SENRYU VERSE
...Read More
Categories: analogy, character, feelings, judgement, self,
Form: Senryu
SOLO
"SOLO"

I need you but you do not need ,
For your hidden venoms corrupts your
conscience and clouds your judgement.
My happiness is your misery, my smile 
for you , look into thy eyes you can see
I love you for you and ...Read More
Categories: judgement, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, age,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Amid the jagged shadows
THE RAVENS

“Amid the jagged shadows of mossy leafless boughs;”
A raven convocation croaks harsh judgement on our sin
No matter exculpation and our deeds it disavows
Their conscience incarnation claws the viscera within

Til confession and contrition bring the soul’s dark night to day
In...Read More
Categories: judgement, sin,
Form: Rhyme
Criminals Drink Water
All criminals drink water
Therefore they are guilty
The proof is in the wetness
In the weather, in the pleasure 
In the drinking, in the thinking
Which way the wind blows 
As long as it is in a westerly direction 

People who drink water...Read More
Categories: appreciation, conflict, identity, judgement, water,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Blue Heaven
Blue Heaven

I look up to the sky, 
I can feel his face, 
looking back at me. 

I have been good, 
and bad, 
and sometimes both, 
but He sees, 
everything, 
good and bad, 
and sometimes both. 

I can not walk straight,...Read More
Categories: angel, christian, confusion, emotions, happiness, health, judgement,
Form: Narrative
Solomon's Wisdom
SOLOMON’S WISDOM

When faced in arguments over money, each party claiming this wealth as their own, take this money and say you are giving it to charity, the one that is happy because this money will go to help many, is...Read More
Categories: allegory, betrayal, judgement,
Form: Couplet
All's Well That Ends Well
ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
 
All the karmic forces came in and, settled themselves down upon the fence
As the two parties arrived; with their arms full, of their grounds of defence

The learned judge cleaned his glasses and yawns; he’s seen...Read More
Categories: allegory, crazy, introspection, judgement,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Veteran's Day Snowstorm
My golden retriever romps through the patio door
Shakes his behind
Cotton-balled as a woolly sheep in need of shear
From the rogue snowstorm on Veteran’s Day
Wind straightened American flag
Red white and blue eyeliner applied to an old lady’s powdered face

And after the...Read More
Categories: autumn, holiday, judgement, november, usa, veterans day,
Form: Free verse