Conflict Pastoral Poems
These Conflict Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Conflict. These are the best examples of Pastoral Conflict poems written by international poets.
The Second Chance Categories: allusion, conflict, fear, hope,
Opportunity twist and twirl in a dance,
Blank shadows mimicking each movement,
Giving the moment an elusive chance
To embrace the renaissance for fulfillment.
Time turning the sentiments of...
The soldiers winter is the Winter Soldier Categories: bible, conflict, evil, first
The soldiers winter is the Winter Soldier.
Reality shows the totality of evils depravity. Some see it as a formality when evil begins rioting. It is...
Hypocrisy of the Village Flock Categories: betrayal, character, christian, conflict,
Hypocrisy within the Village Flock
As the seasons of my life changes, glorious it may not be!!
Valley bells summons the flock to chapel.
Heavily polished Pews squeak,...
The new etiquette of life Categories: addiction, africa, anger, conflict,
The new etiquette of life;
Working throughout lifetime
Without no gain.
Some go to farm with equipment
Working all year round
Atlast no benefit of working.
Go to village square;
Forsaken Prayer Categories: caregiving, conflict, death, dedication,
When I call for You
And You turn Me away
Why hath' thou forsaken thee
When I am so all alone
And blood runs cold
Fuzzy Acts Of Tribulation Categories: bible, conflict, death, dedication,
The Lord draws'
A long line of divinity
And by design
Life Categories: betrayal, bible, change, conflict,
He who see's everything
And does' nothing...
The Disdain Categories: absence, bible, care, conflict,
He who question's
His own Soul
To the deep
-- And -
September Categories: absence, caregiving, change, character,
When dusk doth' fall
Upon winter's cool cold face
It appears' within reason
With Out Fuzzy Intentions Categories: absence, christian, conflict, deep,
Hungry in all direction's
Hence this Redemption is
Here for you,
The Last Hour of the Christ Categories: bible, blessing, celebration, character,
I wear the crown of hatred
misunderstanding and despair upon my hair
upon my back a wooden cross I bare
I know not why I’m hated so