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Mortal Poems - Poems about Mortal

Mortal Poems - Examples of all types of poems about mortal 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 mortal.
Cosmic Salvation
...In the vast expanse of space, We search for our saving grace, Lost souls adrift in the void, Our fate uncertain, unalloyed. We seek a cosmic salvation, To find our rightful destination, To br......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, courage, endurance, heaven, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member The Sounds of Silence
...The sobering sounds of silence That's weighing heavy as it nears The hungry breath of mortal death That's preying heavy on my fears Now terrorizes heart and soul Clouding my weary ey......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member M I N D B L O W I N G
... Our mind is the most amazing part of our being Able to astound the most cynical of souls There is so much more to learn about it's function About why some are more intelligent than other......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, crazy,
Form: Free verse
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: mortal, conflict, confusion, death, destiny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In the secret night, where silence is surrounded by unknown eternities
...In the secret night, where silence is surrounded by unknown eternities, Under star-studded celestial vaults and dreams chained by the moon’s silver, Through the poet's words, bounded mortals gain d......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, fantasy,
Form: Free verse



sixtytwosevens or AgodlessElohim
...Anointed in Kerosene to confer in agony with ignited desecration of mortal flesh to bone, seared by melting anguish writhe blistering contortions through a suppressed discomfort in furious continual ......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, absence, conflict, death, fire,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Nirvana
... In the wasteland of lonely life, clutching clumps of broken desire, I walk on tormenting trail of strife, I am suffering in utter mire. In the serenity of the blue sky where joyful......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, analogy, freedom, spiritual,
Form: Lyric
I Samson wannabe feel aghast at latest turn of events regarding Gaza
...I (Samson wannabe) feel aghast at latest turn of events regarding Gaza Omnipresent grief and horror abounds toward ceaseless killing fields impossible mission for me to summon forth fading magi......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, abuse, anger, angst, bereavement,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Am Known
...I Am Known Space: endless expanse, eternal, inexorable. Time: Unknowable, from unbeginning befores, untill unending tomorrows. An ache in my mind, A weakness in my knees, A dread in my bowe......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, i am, life, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What do they know
...What do they know... of You and me? of You, who designed…and… commanded me…to breathe? What do they know …? of my development… in the womb how You structured and prepared this so......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, christian, devotion, faith, god,
Form: Rhyme
A civil war ferociously raged
...A civil war ferociously raged... within complex edifice... derelict hulking corpse delineated courtesy seared, singed, smoldered smithereens formerly robust warrior slain during prime of his l......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, age, america, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
O Brutus
...O familiar stranger tormenting my mind, Why do you hide behind the veils? Why did you act so apathic when you stood in my presence ? Why do you strike me from behind as a vermin? And cut through......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, betrayal, dark, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Maybe among so many barricades that protect my heart
...Maybe among so many barricades that protect my heart, I was born to be read once and then locked away for eternity. To be just a fleeting glance, a passing shadow, never the one that turns heads. ......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Death and Life
...Life and Death Life and death, both one, don’t care, but life isn’t a couch I know my life is finite, maybe, maybe infinite, but all is one It comes from the only One and goes far, disappears, ......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, death, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member There is only one inborn error
...There is only one inborn error, And that is the idea that we exist to be happy... As long as we persist in this primordial mistake, And even become confirmed in it through optimistic dogmas, The ......Read the rest...
Categories: mortal, fantasy,
Form: Free verse

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