Identity Pastoral Poems

These Identity Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Identity. These are the best examples of Pastoral Identity poems written by international poets.


Cause and Effect by David Waldrop
Cause and Effect
In my youth I did not understand the difference between love and lust. Always seeking out Love's location but never to locate. Then...

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Categories: devotion, engagement, first love,

Africa two paths by Gerald Legister
Historic Africa dabbled in darkness
Long for a glimpse of the light,
Try to learn from past mistakes, 
One day will make those lessons right. 

Write all...

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Categories: africa, destiny, future, history,



Beautiful Human by Gerald Legister
Our own beautiful perfection

Covered in a mist, by day and night.

Hiding from sight, the beautiful human,

Exist in partly dark, and partly light.

The personalities that character...

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Categories: allegory, beauty, emotions, growth,

Sedentary by lonely mabale
Darkness forsakes beings liberty. 
Pain that carry misery. 
Gate of colony power breath of that locked system.
Sea of dead chained. 
Faded face of a ginger...

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Categories: addiction, adventure, dedication, desire,

Peace by stephen piercey
I go among trees and sit still. 
The river of awakening draws the peaceful laughter of sunshine, 
flowing in, and flowing out, 
until any distractive...

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Categories: analogy, baptism, prayer, religious,

Affirmation by Gary Fields





Think only Pleasant
As God has given you
His given Grace
To be pleasant
Be contrite for you know
That it is not negativity
Which brings' positive results'
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Categories: change, character, courage, creation,

The language of migration by mark escobar
Despite the climate challenge with traffic congestion on the road,
there’s still a driving urge to go out and celebrate the Eucharist;
it’s a great deal of...

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Categories: history, hope, life, peace,

Opening a hornet s nest by mark escobar
Working as a missioner in a foreign land
involves a heart deeply rooted in human sacrifice;
there’s a global awareness of being a migrant
perceived to be a...

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Categories: faith, hope, imagination, inspirational,

The Last Hour of the Christ by Dennis Davis
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
all the...

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Categories: bible, blessing, celebration, character,

The Man Who Cures by Sasha Pelaez
 The man who cures is a man
 of a pure heart.
 Who's intention is to heal those
 who suffer from ache, pain, loneliness,
 and...

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Categories: faith, love, uplifting, life,