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Stands Poems - Poems about Stands

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Protected By His Word
...PROTECTED BY HIS WORD In a world that's ever-changing, Amidst the chaos & swirl life's waging There's a sanctuary eternal, called ‘His Word’. This word gives victory over the world.4 In sh......Read More
Categories: stands, 1st grade,
Form: Rhyme



No Matter
...How many times must a man come to grips with all of the troubles in life, where voyages tend to become sunken ships and seems every path leads to strife? How often must he try, despite what he ......Read More
Categories: stands, encouraging,
Form: Rhyme
To Rose: From A Wallflower
...The day greets me with water, On my dainty leaves, A gift that flowers much shorter, Don't get flaunted on their sleeves. A sunny daisy patch, A dime a dozen of clovers, Dandelions grown besi......Read More
Categories: stands, crush, flower, for her,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Give God Hell, Gran
... Give God Hell, Gran. 17/03/1984 Crisp golden leaves lie scattered Above the freshness of the soil, Shattered lives stoop and hover Unable to to raise a smile. Absent people , s......Read More
Categories: stands, death, god, heaven, religion,
Form: Rhyme
My Father
...My Heavenly Father, The one allowing me a choice of Wrong or right- Who forgives me of my sins and Shows me the light. My Almighty Father- Who watches me from up above, And touches me with his......Read More
Categories: stands, bible, christian, god, heaven,
Form: Rhyme



Through midnight of thoughts, where silences dance
...Through midnight of thoughts, where silences dance, Confessing love is like the whisper of a lost comet, In the web of my fate, only a stray star could rise, You are that star which turns every mo......Read More
Categories: stands, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Courageous Living
... Courage is not the absence of fear but acting for good in the midst if it these words are so very true which are so meaningful fit Fear doesn't need to be so bad Real-living courage is reall......Read More
Categories: stands, courage, fear, life,
Form: Rhyme
What's it called
...Trying this new poem type see if you can guess it six syllables per line true rhymes on third and fifth which takes thoughtful design Trying this new poem type now you've found the next clue ......Read More
Categories: stands, confusion, fun, poems, repetition,
Form: Monchielle Stanza
Thank You for My Life
...Coursing through our veins is the blood of survivors. We have endured. We are here because they endured. We are here because they were brave, strong, resilient, and faithful. So much pain, loss, ......Read More
Categories: stands, africa, america, appreciation, black
Form: Free verse
The lunar eclipse
...It happens every two point- five years so make sure you are there. Pack some stuff and put in the land rover and meet me at the desert in California. We will have barbecue on the sand and experim......Read More
Categories: stands, best friend, business, change,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member BROTHERS YOUNG AND OLD
... I have this framed photo of my brothers and me…it hangs upon my wall It captures a moment from long ago…when we were all quite small. Mark, the eldest is in the middle. I’m sitting on his le......Read More
Categories: stands, brother,
Form: Rhyme
Echo in the Void
...Echo in the void Silence reigns in a vast expanse All in vain a lone voice of chance Echoes rippling like water in space No one there to hear the true voice Words fall on deaf ears in the br......Read More
Categories: stands, imagery, inspiration, inspirational, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Memory of Spring
...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ when the trees are bare sometimes the sunlight stands as memory of spring ......Read More
Categories: stands, memory, seasons, spring,
Form: Haiku
From the Still of the Night
... In the still of the night, I become intoxicated with the moon's soft light, the view of Roxy Anne, City Lights. Whispers of the wind caress my lampogen, I let her back into my......Read More
Categories: stands, art,
Form: Rhyme
Abolishing the Death Penalty: A Case for Humanity
...The death penalty, a practice rooted in antiquity, continues to evoke controversy and ethical dilemmas in modern society. Despite its purported role in deterring crime and administering justice, the ......Read More
Categories: stands, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse

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