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God Lay Poems

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


Wherefore art thou oh Lord
Wherefore art thou oh mine Lord oh mine Lord?
Wherefore art thou oh mine Lord oh mine Lord?
I hast diligently searched for Thee high and 
hast...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,



LAST HOPES WHICH LAY
Last hopes which lay

Flashing lightening and huge thunders,
And marching rain through blackening nights,
Sitting on top of shaking chair
With hopes of passing time under darkening nightmare;


Silent...

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Categories: lay, day, death, deep, destiny,

Oh God where would I go and what would I do without you
Oh! God where would I go and what would I do without you?
Nowhere at all!  Nowhere at all!
I would be drowning into the deepest...

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Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member The Smiling Old Sun-CL
The sun above us in the sky
provides for life on earth each day.
It’s like a big hot apple pie
that shines a slice of warmth our...

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Categories: earth, sun,

Fearing the end
Fearing the end is imminent
I pray the Lord will bring me home
My soul no longer innocent
Heaven is where I wish to roam

Surrounded by love so...

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Categories: conflict, god, heaven, love,



Heavenly Angels Watch over me
Oh! Heavenly angels watch over me twenty-four hours by hours by night and by day.  Watching over me, by keeping me safe from harm....

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Categories: 2nd grade, 3rd grade,

Premium Member MIDST LOVE-BLEST STIMULUS
God-wrought wonders, miraculous
Great deeds, omnipotence-proven
Exposing His grace, marvelous* 
Revealing glimpse of grand heaven…
Moving my spirit, faith-driven
To vanquish doubts, ridiculous
While in Christ’s mercy --- forgiven
Serving midst...

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Categories: blessing, christian, devotion, faith,

Premium Member THE ONE - lei
I saw him first, a god on earth
A treasure of unequalled worth.
A shy approach, with butterflies
And briefly he and I locked eyes.
He’s in another woman’s...

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Categories: anxiety, joy, love,

Premium Member Lay Down Your Arms
Lay Down Your Arms
by Michael R. Burch

Lay down your arms; come, sleep in the sand.
The battle is over and night is at hand.
Our voyage has...

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Categories: lay, beach, conflict, environment, holocaust,

Premium Member PROPPED WITH GRACE
Bracing me up with grace* and might
God hoists my faith for service right

He assures me His presence-bliss
Of compassion’s peace I can’t miss.

Thus, I face each...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, devotion,

Premium Member Lay Down Be Still
Lay Down Be Still

I am not responsible, 
for what happened to you. 
You are accountable;
to what happened to me. 
That was and is still a...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, abuse, anti bullying, heartbreak,

Premium Member Adam Lay Ybounden translation
Adam Lay Ybounden
(anonymous Medieval English Lyric, circa early 15th century AD)
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

Adam lay bound, bound in a bond;
Four thousand winters, he...

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Categories: lay, bible, christian, god, heaven,

Premium Member You didn't sin
The word for 'sin' in Hebrew's 'chayt'*
The dictionary says, but wait --
It really doesn't mean 'to sin'
That meaning is a bit of spin....

'Chayt' really means...

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Categories: faith, forgiveness, god, holiday,

The Golden Keys to my heart's door
The golden keys to my heart's door are
no longer remaining
hidden from view. Having a new
philosophical view point 
in my own life.  And I am...

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Categories: bereavement, feelings,

NOW I LAY ME
Now I lay me down to sleep
In my home that's really sweet
Had three large meals and a snack
There wasn't a hint of any lack
Comfortable shoes...

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Categories: lay, 7th grade, africa, angst,