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Religions Poems - Poems about Religions

Religions Poems - Examples of all types of poems about religions to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for religions.
From My Bookshelves
...Spiritual dragons – the ones that kill reside and wait impatiently for seeking fingers. Hobbits eat breakfast mushrooms in a leather-bound shire. Small books on overly large religions. Poets and......Read More
Categories: religions, poetry,
Form: Free verse

... “I don’t like to give advice…but I will tell you what I know.” my grandpa used to say. and much of the advice he never gave…I still carry with me today. No one is perfect…he would say…we all ma......Read More
Categories: religions, grandparents,
Form: Rhyme
My Motherland
... A land of virtues with cultural grace For myriad religions, a home place A peace loving paradise by nature Honoring traditions, its grand feature Many a scholar hailed from this blessed soil ......Read More
Categories: religions, paradise,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Land Of Poetry It Is
... In my dream, appears a mysterious land from far away...                        of the vermilion sky at mesmerizing dawn, Prayers arising from boats on holy river, Ganges, at Varanasi, mysti......Read More
Categories: religions, culture, history,
Form: Free verse
...What makes you specials to me ? You are  human beings created On the image Of God I don't mind colours Or lives different levels. What makes you specials to me ? We are always special......Read More
Categories: religions, encouraging, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member I Get It, Tina
... On the surface, Tina, I disagree. Without limbs, is it really a tree? With electric lines, it's a light pole. Without such power, it's a pole in a hole. Without love, where's the relationsh......Read More
Categories: religions, marriage, sorrow, success,
Form: Verse
...A friend of mine, Told me Christ is one of these three things: A joke in a popular culture, A name used to oppress Africans. A banner raised by religionists to prevent homosexuals from getting m......Read More
Categories: religions, faith,
Form: Free verse
My Birth Place
...Cape Comorin (Kanyakumari) of Tamil Nadu, Might be copious of the core concept called Xanadu; Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, Amalgamate and mingle here, like mermaids, full of glee.........Read More
Categories: religions, culture, life, nature, people,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member today i will wander to the brothel
... today i will wander to the brothel those divine friends of Jesus where i will intercourse with the ladies in my growing Spanish write some lines to ponder while they wash clothes and bathe i ......Read More
Categories: religions, anger, death of a
Form: Free verse
Oh Nazi World
...They were here in the begin Created by him Abraxas the father Running existence through creation The uber alles god Hitler Christ And all the worlds religions Existing in Nazism. Every li......Read More
Categories: religions, allusion, fear,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cosmic Crack
...Tao of the Cosmic Crack flowing rivered crotch between Great White Father's polarizing zero-sum soul And silently suppressed ecofeminist Black Hole non-zero full-sum double-bind integrity ......Read More
Categories: religions, culture, health, humor, integrity,
Form: Parallelismus Membrorum
Screen of Awareness
...I knew what I know long time ago About the concept of wrong and right Of good and evil, it guides me through It always points me to the light Even if light sometimes change hues It does n......Read More
Categories: religions, religious,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Prayer
...Dear Lord, Don’t let me ask only for myself, For problems solved and better health, Nor ask only for kin and friends, With minor ills and moral trends, But make me think in global terms, Where ......Read More
Categories: religions, faith, god, hope, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thomas Jeffersons Letter to Reverend Stoughton
... Jefferson’s Reply to Rev. Jonah Stoughton Monticello July 1, 1826 Sir, I have before me your letter of the second of June, and I thank you warmly for having taken the time......Read More
Categories: religions, political,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member You have nothing in common have nothing in common we knew it, but we married anyway you will not last it has been over fifty-one years, so maybe they were wrong you have different religions. we know. your backgroun......Read More
Categories: religions, marriage,
Form: Free verse

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