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Lyric Poems - New Lyric Poem Examples

Lyric Poems. Examples of Lyrics and a list of new poems in the correct poetic form and technique. These express the thoughts and feelings of the poet and are often designed to be written for musical accompaniment. These can also be song lyrics which stand alone as art. Share and read short, long, best, and famous Lyric poetry while accessing rules, format, types, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Lyric.

A lyric poem is a form of poetry that expresses the thoughts and feelings of the poet, but there is more to a lyric. What is lyric in poetry (complete definition)?

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Premium Member Where Do We Poets Go
Where do we poets go; Poets stay alive, In a breath flying in the sun. A passenger witnessing Hearing everything As flurry of images run. With a poets succulent, mouthful Of mirth and muse The soul of nature can yield. The golden honey...Read More
Categories: imagery, muse, poets,
Form: Lyric



Premium Member LET US SING PRAYERS AND PRAISES
Let us Just let us, let us Let us sing prayers and praises Tonight come hold me Let us be just Held together in prayer hands Let us chant not dance Yet let us sing prayers and praises To...Read More
Categories: appreciation, devotion,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Trapped in Life
I’m not that sort; I’m different; My nature is like that Not because I want to; I just was born like that. Whether my curse or my destiny, The wall surrounds me; Life is not available for me; I’m trapped in life...Read More
Categories: life, loneliness, philosophy,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Circumcise My Heart
Take my, fears. Make them, all disappear. Let them vanish, through the air. I know you hear, my prayer. Lord empty, me. Take, my pride. Cast it to the side. Lord, I know it’s true. All things, come from you. Lord, empty me. Take, it...Read More
Categories: christian, song,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Are You Ready
If the Temptations' "Get Ready" were a Christian song Better be careful to the things you say, and do. (Yes child) Better have your hearts prepared, for the One who can see right through you. (Yes child) So...Read More
Categories: christian, parody, song,
Form: Lyric



Premium Member Stranger things have happened
Stranger things have happened Lightening strikes a man twice, and he lives to tell Said he never thought twice, about the tolling bells Refrain Oh yeah, Oh yeah, Stranger things have happened The world watched as a child, was pulled out... alive Three days under...Read More
Categories: heartbroken, hope, longing, lost
Form: Lyric
Premium Member AND THE EYES TELL NO LIES For the Moon and Sun are God's Eyes-
I see the sun and the moon simultaneously In the sky and the eyes- they are of God And piercing they shine every so brightly They are a part of me part of you they...Read More
Categories: analogy, engagement, inspirational, integrity,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member THE ALL-SUFFICIENT ONE
Father oh Father Son oh Son Holy, Holy Spirit, Holy Ghost All N one You're the one Jesus Christ with us Jesus Elohim God creator El Shaddai God the all sufficient one El Shaddai O' El Shaddai My Lord, my God you are My, my, my, my, my mine...Read More
Categories: allegory, character, destiny, father,
Form: Lyric
Bricks with no straw
Does love need an audience Or are such things rehearses for future engagements One would mention a fear of abandment so latching on to another ensures at least marginal assurance which God do you worship The one who makes betterminds smarter or weaker minds more tolerant Which tomorrow's comforts the lonely that...Read More
Categories: lyric, art, marriage, music, romantic
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Bricks with no straw
Does love need an audience Or are such things rehearses for future engagements One would mention a fear of abandment so latching on to another ensures at least marginal assurance which God do you worship The one who makes betterminds smarter or weaker minds more tolerant Which tomorrow's comforts the lonely that...Read More
Categories: lyric, art, marriage, music, romantic
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Bricks with no straw
Does love need an audience Or are such things rehearses for future engagements One would mention a fear of abandment so latching on to another ensures at least marginal assurance which God do you worship The one who makes betterminds smarter or weaker minds more tolerant Which tomorrow's comforts the lonely that...Read More
Categories: lyric, art, marriage, music, romantic
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Bricks with no straw
Does love need an audience Or are such things rehearses for future engagements One would mention a fear of abandment so latching on to another ensures at least marginal assurance which God do you worship The one who makes betterminds smarter or weaker minds more tolerant Which tomorrow's comforts the lonely that...Read More
Categories: lyric, art, marriage, music, romantic
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Bricks with no straw
Does love need an audience Or are such things rehearses for future engagements One would mention a fear of abandment so latching on to another ensures at least marginal assurance which God do you worship The one who makes betterminds smarter or weaker minds more tolerant Which tomorrow's comforts the lonely that...Read More
Categories: lyric, art, marriage, music, romantic
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Bricks with no straw
Does love need an audience Or are such things rehearses for future engagements One would mention a fear of abandment so latching on to another ensures at least marginal assurance which God do you worship The one who makes betterminds smarter or weaker minds more tolerant Which tomorrow's comforts the lonely that...Read More
Categories: lyric, art, marriage, music, romantic
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Premium Member ALWAYS THANK-FULL
Let us, let all people let us give thanks to Him to the Father to the Son Everyone let us all give thanks to Him Enter, enter His gates with Thanksgiving Let us go into...Read More
Categories: analogy, devotion, meaningful, thank
Form: Lyric

Specific Types of Lyric Poems

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Definition | What is Lyric in Poetry?

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