Philosophy Poetry Poems

These Philosophy Poetry poems are examples of Poetry poems about Philosophy. These are the best examples of Poetry Philosophy poems written by international poets.


The Corners of my Mind by Suzette Richards
1. A poet is someone who has the courage to wear his heart on his sleeve; it is most evident among modern poets who seem...

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The school life by Trittya Yelane
Tears in the eyes
When my school began
Willing to go to home back
That time, the only place of heaven
A small child doesn't know much
What are books...

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Categories: poetry, 10th grade, pashto, people,



Premium MemberDiscovering the Realm of Poetry by FJ Thomas
When we speak today we tend to look at words as a necessary constant with limitations of their own rather than a completely different cosmos...

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Categories: language, poetry, poets, words,

Is there an algorithm in poetry by Michael Robinson

Is there an algorithm in poetry

An informal definition could be 
"a set of rules that precisely defines a sequence of operations"
A program is only an...

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Categories: poetry, analogy, funny, history, passion,

How to write good poetry ------------------ Home page On poetrysoup by Michael Robinson

Catacomb


Underground passageways occupied of twists and turns 
Words flurry of such floral ferns 
A blossoming flower 
A monumental tower 
In memory of a person ...

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Categories: poetry, analogy, dedication, deep, devotion,

The Minds of Mina and Eunice by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Mi: Does God eat his boogers? 
Eu: No of course God doesn't eat his boogers.
Mi: But I thought God could do anything.
Eu: Well he could...

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Categories: poetry, funny, humor, mythology, philosophy,

A Womans Right by Michael Robinson


A Woman’s Right
{A High Priestess of the Moon}

All sharing shapes
Elegantly moving in sync together
A gravitational pull to balance life
Floating and flowing with control
An encouraging movement...

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Categories: poetry, analogy, beautiful, beauty, care,

International Digestion by Howard Dion
I’m in bed with my eyes closed and I hear a loud scary sound so I open my eyes, sit up, and look around the...

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Categories: poetry, fantasy, food, humorous, philosophy,

Heart of Prajna Paramita Sutra Art Poster Version by Brian Chung
This is the free and public domain Art Calligraphy version of my new poetic/liturgical translation of the Heart Sutra:


https://archive.org/details/heartsutra2018


I hope you'll all find it enjoyable!...

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Categories: poetry, faith, peace, philosophy, religion,

Premium MemberThe Poet's Faculty Meeting by Caren Krutsinger
Faculty meeting. Formidably flippantly fortuitously fluffy and forgetful.
I began to write a little list of F words, because I was in the F word mood.
Frilly....

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Neither Here nor There ---------------------- All in Good Time by Michael Robinson

Neither Here nor There

All in Good Time


Legs to walk
Wings to fly
A single thought of the mind
Motions moving throughout time
Sand falling either side of the line
Cemented...

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Perched near the volcano by Gary Onderisin
these radiating, seemingly 
endless rows of dust-choked porticoes
in the bustling Roman forum.

Receding to the vanishing point:

sun-drenched streets,
Ways to, hours for due mythology;

busy temples; gleaming marble...

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Saint Augustine calling by Gary Onderisin
from the dust and din of the ancient Roman world,
calling to people of good faith everywhere,
to make imperialist, unjust war no more.
...

But only the West's...

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White-hot sand by Gary Onderisin
anywhere, everywhere, all around.

And lost sea gulls crying;

sky-rocketing temperatures;

suffocating heat;

almost blinding sunshine.

Growing fear, rising, 

outright, breathless panic.

Wait.

The churning tide indeed turns.

Under a darkening sky,

breached and...

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Perception, Infinite by Gary Onderisin
perspective w/ out want,

world w/ out want.

A myriad of bright, softly swaying wildflowers,

carpeting and coating these surrounding hills,

resolutely climbing out of the darkness....

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Bough and feather by Gary Onderisin
untangle,
leave the shadow of Death behind,
at Death's dark door.
Filled w/ Light
the Heart grows wings,
flaps up into the sky free.
Below, She moves,
a dance, through soft, dappled...

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Exile in Ptolemy's house by Gary Onderisin
Safe, at long last,
behind closed, locked doors and windows,
behind heavy, hanging, purple drapery:
plush, pellucid, subterranean refuge.

Far from the proverbial maddening crowd,
out of sight: a dimly...

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Premium Membera pro con artist by lucifer very very very 1st
the hands of a pro con artist,
is the hands of a pro con
a pro con artist is a pro con con
a pro con artist is...

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Categories: philosophy, poetry, time,

My Own Omnipotent Fiction by Joe DiMino
Frankly, before clocks
people seemed to get on
just fine—sun enough,
for even on cloudy days
and starless nights
they sensed a seamless 
rotation:

So unlike
our endless divisions
of mechanics;
math in place...

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Categories: poetry, allegory, analogy, introspection, philosophy,

The Inner Weirdo by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Took a book on the bus today Descartes Meditations on First Philosophy
Tommorow the cat in the hat
The Day after the Bible
Then 100 things to do...

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