Religion Poetry Poems

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


Premium MemberRevanche Poetry - Subtle Revenge by Mick Talbot
SUBTLE REVENGE
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My heart bleeds words of empathy,
An inkwell full of untold woe!
I see poverty causing strife!
Governments abusing power!

From recorded history, rife!
Leaders taking innocent life!

Religion, condoning...

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Categories: poetry, abuse, cancer, death, discrimination,

Freedom by sadashivan nair
Feel the freedom at last,
Ramble freely in free world,
Free from body, 
Free from dreams;
Was always enslaved by duties, 
Until perched in body shell; 
Dreams and...

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Categories: poetry, freedom, life,



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,

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,

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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Categories: poetry, philosophy, religion, symbolism,

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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Categories: poetry, philosophy, religion, symbolism,

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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Categories: poetry, philosophy, religion, symbolism,

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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Categories: poetry, philosophy, religion, symbolism,

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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Categories: poetry, philosophy, religion, symbolism,

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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Categories: poetry, philosophy, religion, symbolism,

Prajna Paramita Heart Sutra- New Liturgical and Poetic Translation by Brian Chung
The following is my poetic/liturgical translation of the Heart Sutra:

The Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara,
Whilst in profound Prajna Paramita 
Saw illume the void of the five skandhas 
And...

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Categories: poetry, faith, introspection, religion, religious,

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Categories: poetry, america, bible, christian, god,

Science And Religion by James McLain
Do you believe, believe in a higher intelligence than
We currently possesse?
That intelligence that most living today would call God!
Set backs in the past that have...

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Categories: art, poetry, religion, science,

Once Upon A True Story by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
   (Fact not fiction) 

A defaced Ghost wonder in the Earth.
That died years ago in the year of BC
I think she's trying to...

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Categories: bible, mystery, poetry,

Premium MemberMonsters in the Room by Elle Smith
Monsters in the Room

I’m looking in the mirror

what do I truly see?

Prototypes and models,

of different persons

living inside of me.

 

I want to rid my mind

of...

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Categories: poetry, anxiety, confusion, depression, feelings,

Extraterrestrial and Human DNA by James McLain
Humanity has unique traits that extraterrestrials don't have!
Though they can bend both space and time all of their closeness,
With us is still a large black...

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Categories: art, poetry,

A fool by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
This poem is based on my experience with people that I met for a short term.
and my ex.
(none fiction)

A fool that think they know someone...

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Categories: poetry, truth,

The question by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
(fact)

Why do human mistreat each other?
Do they assume that's gonna make they life better.
Why do some people like to put insults labels on another person...

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Categories: poetry,

Premium MemberActs to Zenith by Rhoda Tripp
Acts of contrition, on knees if I recount
Beatitudes, eight, sermon on the mount
Charity given, is blessings received
Dalai Lama, a Buddhist deity
Ecumenism, it understands and unites
Fascism...

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Categories: faith, freedom, gospel, poetry,

Unity of the people by Marqese Dabbs
Human beings we are
Each searching for are own happiness 
Fearing the possibility of living a life of misery
We are not born with hate, only the...

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