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Religion Poems | Examples of Religion Poetry

Religion Poems - Examples of all types of religion poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for religion.
Premium Member Iran, Every Woman’s Fight
They’re made to look identical, hide all that is unique. With scarfs and veils and clothes that mask, their beautiful physique. In laws of old religion, no woman was born free. Sometimes sold by fathers, a financial commodity. The more that females cry...Read the rest...
Categories: religion, abuse, body, children, freedom,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Hemmed in by belief
Born into a culture, conditioned by belief, we pray as we are told, deepening delusion, from birth till we grow old. Born into a culture, following ritual, we trust the holy book but surely we can think, we’ll see we were mistook. Born into a...Read the rest...
Categories: faith, religion, spiritual,
Form: Monchielle Stanza
Here I stand, entirely symmetrical with the longitudinal lines that thrusts perfectly through the balance of our planet with not a moment of fluctuation. Stiffly positioned in a direct stance, ensuring not a single curve in the chain...Read the rest...
Categories: religion, 12th grade, blessing, care,
Form: Free verse
The Wicked
They want to cast spells through the songs they sing Subliminal mind control of those who buy their wicked cd’s Their music has no meaning It won’t be a *hit Remember Satan is the king of all...Read the rest...
Categories: religion, blessing, courage, deep, meaningful,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I saw God, but now what poetry contest
"Yes, I affirm, I have seen God But He appeared and then disappeared This knowing that transcends mind, left me awed But until what’s imbibed is assimilated, by fears I’m seared" He's omnipresent, my needs are met But by anguish...Read the rest...
Categories: religion,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member OF YOUR FATE
i bear the scars of Roman rage punishment for my belief the scholars will not turn a page without my sorrow and my grief for I am here, the prophet's claims a once mentioned Witness to the pain i'll carry in my...Read the rest...
Categories: bible, conflict, fate, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Saw God But Now What
Upon seeing God in radiant array, I ponder, "What now?" as I kneel and pray. In his presence, with awe and fear, I seek his wisdom, his word to hear. As I navigate life's winding path, I trust in him...Read the rest...
Categories: faith, religion,
Form: Rhyme
The Anglican Church, in a major decision, made with considerable thought and revision, has brought in, with care, more reflection and prayer - and not so much pomp and circumcision....Read the rest...
Categories: religion,
Form: Limerick
In the crosshairs and blasts
Grim shadows of strife unfold death and destruction they have conquered the enemy children silenced, doctors mourned murdered the charity workers murdered the refugees in churches masses weakened by hunger's grasp in echoes of desolation they won they killed them all evil no longer exists if...Read the rest...
Categories: africa, evil, religion,
Form: Free verse
Is religion real? It could be significant... could be illusion....Read the rest...
Categories: religion,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Power
The power of prayer goes a long way...Read the rest...
Categories: religion,
Form: Monoku
See You Around
See you in the next future life, See you sometime on the other side....Read the rest...
Categories: religion, death, heaven, life, philosophy,
Form: Crystalline
Premium Member In tune -POTD-
When the wind blows hard, sometimes it takes possessions from you, but all of a sudden It stops and everything can be replaced. When the sun burns for longtime, the drought ruins your crops, it takes...Read the rest...
Categories: religion, allusion, appreciation, cry, dedication,
Form: Free verse
The Politics Of Religion
The arrogance of conscription the blasphemy of denial Abraham shouting high above to dam the bloody Nile We speak with words deceptive to try and steal the peace As blasphemy that self destructs in arrogance — repeats (The New Room: March, 2024) ...Read the rest...
Categories: religion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Easter poem Jesus Lived
Jesus lived, and Jesus died, Jesus laughed, and Jesus cried. Jesus loved, and Jesus felt, Jesus stood, and Jesus knelt. Jesus heard, and Jesus thought, Jesus prayed, and Jesus taught. Jesus healed, and Jesus fed, Jesus preached, and Jesus led. Jesus lived, and Jesus died, Jesus is risen, and He is alive. ...Read the rest...
Categories: religion, christian, christmas, easter, faith,
Form: Rhyme

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Definition | What is Religion in Poetry?

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