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Baptism Narrative Poems

These Baptism Narrative poems are examples of Narrative poems about Baptism. These are the best examples of Narrative Baptism poems written by international poets.


God Looked And Saw by Julius Lawrence
God looked and saw evil looming on the horizon—
    so much evil and no sign of Justice.
He couldn’t believe what he saw,
...

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Categories: angel, baptism, beautiful, bible,

Quiet Spirit-Angeline Oliver by Julius Lawrence
My Mother was born on October 3, 1916, and died on August 6, 1997.
She would have been over a hundred years of age. I (we)...

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Categories: africa, age, angel, anniversary,



Premium MemberI Was So Lost by Marilyn S Jennings
I Was So Lost

I had been raised in church but a religious church.
They did acknowledge there was a God but
His Son was pictured as dead...

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Categories: appreciation, baptism, truth,

Premium MemberChristening Day by Mike Miller
I lost my heart that day,
Captured by your innocent beauty.
Your eyes reflecting sky and wonder
As you lay in your white dress,
Still and silent in your...

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Categories: baptism, beautiful, blessing, child,

MINDSET CHANGE by Kuleza John Lembi
Faith engulfing the hearts with hope to see the light
Excited on the cross over to cherish it
Living a holy life in this New Year is...

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Categories: christian, light,

Newly Afresh by Ayodele Henry
Forgotten old time of sinful life
As I boldly stand with shinning lights
Then my lamp filled up in Holiness
As my oil is sustained by faithfulness

Period of...

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Categories: age, baptism, birth, gospel,

On Stage by David Smith
I was on stage the other night,
Entertaining people and showing no sign of fright.
Me, the one who used to be so shy,
Looking them right in...

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Categories: appreciation, baptism, care, celebration,

bus shelter by jan oskar hansen
Bus Shelter 
Driving past a crudely made bus shelter, it looks like concrete box
I took a picture because a mystery story was told about it.
A...

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Categories: assonance, aubade, bangla, baptism,

Premium MemberJanuary's Dark Light by Gerald Dillenbeck
Dear Sacred Son,

I realize this feels like a Win-Lose
New Game Year,
with you as "Loser"
and so it is,
a self-fulfilling prophecy
equally as powerful
as if you could find...

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Categories: baptism, games, life, light,

Premium MemberFebruary Winds by Gerald Dillenbeck
Sunday morning
time for sabbath sacraments.

He steps into gusty wind,
some fat splatter sweeps of raindrops
fall across his porch roof
on down through roaring river valley,
forceful push, then...

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Categories: bird, health, nature, spiritual,

our aggression by jan oskar hansen
 Our Aggression 
We`re going out today for a drive, but it was cold and I was 
thinking what had happened to a small town...

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Categories: assonance, baptism, beauty, betrayal,

Morning glare by Zakhe Michael Mcunu
  
I saw it in dark mornings
And I let my friend to see
Its darkness lived in me
My friend cried and tried
But I kept behind...

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Categories: baptism, death, deep, desire,

SILHOUETTE PREY by PENINNAH NGANGA
In the inky mass of moonless sky
angry spirits roam courting my breath
they swirl
applaud and dance behind my closed door
Ugly
Formless
Cold confused creatures
cursed zombies cast off earth...

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Categories: dark, death, night,

Pieces of poultry by chriss todd
The night was cold and dark , the wind strong and harsh pressing against his back and for a moment he entertained the thought that...

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Categories: abuse, baptism, corruption, creation,

The Light of Love by Milton Manyass
Do not tell me anymore of mythical mermaids lurking
In the fine gradient of the sea, eyes heavy with a snaring desire,
A monalisa smile framed on...

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LORD HEAR MY PRAYER by Robin Brown
LORD HEAR MY PRAYER. SHOW ME WHICH WAY TO GO. TELL ME WHICH PATH TO WALK DOWN. LORD I HOLD MY HEAD DOWN IN SORROW...

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Categories: baptism,

WHO I AM by Eugene Harvey
What if
you
woke up
one
morning
and
discovered
you are
not
who you
thought
you were,
having
suddenly
learned
that your
whole life
from
birth,
the person
you
believed
yourself
to be
is not
who you
really
were meant
to be.

And
at that
moment
you
come to
realize
that you
have been
your
entire life
been
following
the
wrong path
not knowing
what is
the
right path.

Yet
for some
unexplained
reason
you become
aware
there...

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Categories: baptism, courage, faith,

Christ Puissant Touch by sukkum chang
The hills of Nagaland, his Motherland, 
A countryside plenteous cultural, scenic landscapes.
When first he cried mamma, 
Father's loving eye called a feast.
At juvenile being send...

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Categories: baptism, devotion, growing up,

Premium MemberSacrament of Baptism by Jacqueline R. Mendoza

The day of Pentecost, Church celebrated
Administered Holy Baptism
St. Peter declares
“Repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of sins and...

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Categories: caregiving, childhood, devotion, education,

Crossing of the Red Sea by MAUREEN LEFANUE
Moses raised his rod,
As God told Him to do.
The Red Sea suddenly parted
For the children of Israel to walk through.
The great walls of water
Stayed on...

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Categories: religion, god, red, sea,