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Morality Poems - Poems about Morality

Morality Poems - Examples of all types of poems about morality to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for morality.
Premium Member Hidden Brew of Honesty
... Written: September 24, 2023 ____________________________________________________________ In a world so frigid, where trust is truant A tale of verity and tea is confluent As the w......Read More
Categories: morality, analogy, appreciation, autumn, hope,
Form: Rhyme

Concealed Reality
..."Truth shall always prevail", ... Or so I have heard. It's merely been a year, Yet, can't seem to recover. Crying for help? "Oof, grow up" they'll scoff. Lo and behold! The mask of de......Read More
Categories: morality, 11th grade, endurance, judgement,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Samsara
...("Bristlecone", 2016, original pen and ink) Samsara Beneath the titillation of Samsara the veneer of morality waits. Or is it the opposite? Beneath the veneer of morality the titilla......Read More
Categories: morality, mystery, spiritual,
Form: Narrative
If You Want To Be A Victim
...You see them all around these days, braying loud on the internet, people claiming that they’re victims, demanding you ‘recognize’ that. But when they explain what is wrong biting back a laugh is......Read More
Categories: morality, how i feel, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
... To excel our enemies, we do not need brutality, A virtuous soul we need and supreme morality! © Demetrios Trifiatis 08 September 2023......Read More
Categories: morality, humanity, motivation, peace,
Form: Couplet

...Dear Teachers, You are very very special Your character is really inexplicable You've taught us millions of lessons which is a billion dollar thing We still remember that amazing school ses......Read More
Categories: morality, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
Rascallions and other de-blessed humanizing fauna
... Some things are royal others so prosaic and then there's everything else You bring your own biases to the choice BUT the question then arises: do these (even these) belong to yo......Read More
Categories: morality, allegory, hyperbole, paris, parody,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member The Sun Rises With Each Morning Of Hope
... "Reflections of pink, and gold on heaven’s floor, a hint of memories that came millenniums before, and the radiance of God’s glory, eying from behind the shore, is a new dawn, for our ta......Read More
Categories: morality, analogy, god, hope, humanity,
Form: Free verse
The Dying Breed
...Old timers, history;4th/5th generation The friends we knew, now just memories A forgotten world past, new bringing AI, technology; what is it we become The past barely existing, rotting away L......Read More
Categories: morality, absence, change, conflict, humanity,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Hold This Deeper Thought, Love Is What We All So Badly Need
...Hold This Deeper Thought, Love Is What We All So Badly Need Black shadows from a bad ailing sun, little to no hope Stains that inch their way into a most badly bleeding heart Why does the rope b......Read More
Categories: morality, art, humanity, imagination, love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member August Events
...The 6th and 9th have come and gone though none have taken note that faraway, on those two days, an instant blazing blast had vaporized morality. A bygone anecdote? It seems such tales are best for......Read More
Categories: morality, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member American Civil War Reassessed
...The seeds of self-destructive strife Were sown soon after drums and fifes Extolled success from breaking free From Britain's aristocracy. The Constitution's writ accedes Peculiar Institution's......Read More
Categories: morality, conflict, destiny, military, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Horse and His Philosopher
...He saw the noble beast collapse in blood and dirt, Lashed by the owner’s cruel and ruthless crop He rushed to cradle its head upon his stained coat, And wept with sorrow that choked his broken h......Read More
Categories: morality, emotions, feelings, horse, mental
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Lessons Learned from the Tennessee Valley
...Lessons Learned from the Tennessee Valley Spoiled have we become!? When you look back from whence, we have begun, the provision of profit to our young, that sheltered them fro......Read More
Categories: morality, abuse, age, america,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Comment On Decency And Morality
...Comment On Decency And Morality This ole earth sets its unholy record as sin is so often celebrated The bad walk with chins and chest puffed out streets danger from the inebriated. Robert J.......Read More
Categories: morality, art, best friend, car,
Form: Quatrain

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