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Morals Poems - Poems about Morals

Morals Poems - Examples of all types of poems about morals 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 morals.
Premium Member In the twilight realm of shadows, where whispers weave tales of discontent
...In the twilight realm of shadows, where whispers weave tales of discontent, Politics, a guilty addiction, ensnares the souls of the desperate and bent. Addicts of power, they wander, their hearts e......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, fantasy,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Poets Expound Life Is A Dream
... Poets Expound Life is a Dream Is that because they realize that everything is impermanent, nothing is concrete or everlasting? We live in a dream state where you cannot tell whether it ......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, dream, fantasy, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Oh Mother, your tears roll on
...Mother! you weep for your son, and another son and yet another son! Fodder to the misshapen morals of this world! Shot in cold blood! Again and again! Each bullet screaming out the rage of hatred! ......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Hidden truth fights against ignorance the summit of all evil
...Higher is the purpose of peace speaking damned ill against bloodshed As war is a brutal slave Grinding people down into extreme poverty Where stealing treasuries opens up a wormhole against ......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, betrayal, conflict, emotions, heart,
Form: Free verse
The Young and the Dress Less
...Yes I said it - The Dressless, cause what are they really wearing? It’s practically nothing. Should it be called “Clothes for Hoez?” But why do they dress less? Is it for attention, is it insecurit......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, children, clothes, fashion, imagination,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Identity
...It is who we are that we identify Lone wolf or person of interest Identity we live we find a soul A being of circumstance of emotions Morals of dignity to be true yourself We find flaw even......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, change, character, image, meaningful,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member The Final Solution III
...All hope was vain and nothing could atone for deeds beyond atrocity defined. These demagogues turned nation hearts to stone through apathy and rhetoric maligned. Though hell’s regime forged mecha......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, holocaust, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Lost in the melancholic embrace of twilight
...Lost in the melancholic embrace of twilight, I found myself anew, a soul drifting on the winds of fate, Created to belong to that solitary spirit For whom my heart would beat, rhythmic and thirsty......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Chaos
...It was quite a disturbance, rushing out to see a spectacle... filling their needs capturing to upload... reaping the benefits behind the shock of it, morals bent if at all... One should wish. l......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, absence, age, care, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Eagerness
... “Great eagerness in the pursuit of wealth, pleasure, or honor, cannot exist without sin.” Desiderius Erasmus it’s flesh versus flesh in the pursuit of life, great kingdoms have been bui......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, angst, anti bullying, christian,
Form: Rhyme
The Man I Once Cherished
...With heavy heart, in depths of sorrow drowned, I stand, an image of esteem unbound, A man whom I did raise in high regard, His truth, alas, has struck me much too hard. His actions 'gainst my n......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, anger, grief, hate,
Form: Other
Ephemeral World
...No mortal should be fooled by the worlds ephemeral splender, have people lost their souls? or just unable to feel Sonder. Modest the kindful may seem, but be aware of what kindness may render. ......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, conflict, confusion, death, destiny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lonely Drifter
...The walls are made with dollar bills They're paper thin and made for thrills Drifting at sea without wind at my sails I'm boozing on ales and lamenting the ails And there might be a storm brewing......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, how i feel, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Disillusioned
...Disillusioned She remembers her childhood. The thrill and new penny feeling of being outside when the sun has set! When shadows drew shadows that grew shadows. Th......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, change, dark, growing up,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Moscow III
...And all the world would change forevermore, for solitude’s content has come undone. Its island bliss could harbor it no more as destiny unleased the rising Sun. The sleeping giant woke to see i......Read the rest...
Categories: morals, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets

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