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Sunday Poems

Sunday Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of sunday poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for sunday.

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Premium Member Sunday is the Day of Rest
So much work to be completed
Sunday laze
I am unhurried
Calm, unconcerned
I have completed one task.

Today is my day of rest.
I will honor it as such.
Honoring my Lord’s edict.
Through prayer, meditation and delightfulness.
I repose on my porch, unhurried.

A plastic bag takes off...Read More
Categories: sunday, bible, god,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Bird Song Lull
Bird songs are lulling me into a happy state.
Sun on my neck uplifts my confused mood 
Sunday serenade, I relax with a heart quake
Kindness in the air nature doth exude.


...Read More
Categories: sunday, bird,
Form: Quatrain
Corona Rum
Corona rum is on the run
It is causing the men to have fun
Corona rum is strong, it makes the men behave bad
Corona rum is a mixture of Jamaica 's white rum and the
The energy drink call boom
I am sitting on...Read More
Categories: sunday, addiction, community, confusion, courage, depression, desire, emotions,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Lockdown
Nighttime never ends, 
the cold rain enforcing the quarantine choking our city. Sleep comes in bursts, the day-bed perched
in the side room upstairs from the nightclub my ship, rolling in dreams, the only sounds, giggling, and the mechanical dishwasher... the...Read More
Categories: sunday, dream,
Form: Free verse
The Old Weathered Barn
"My heart still feels those times spent in the warmth - from the poem 'What the eye sees the heart cannot forget."   (A line from an Eve Roper poem)



Spent our summers as kids
on Grandpa and Grandma's farm,
always something...Read More
Categories: sunday, appreciation, extended metaphor, family, farm, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme



I Remember You Happiness
I remember you happiness
through the early aroma
  of grinded coffee beans
wafting gently from
the corner coffee shop
I remember you through
fthe freshly bread 'scent 
from the baker's sour rising yeast.

I remember you through 
musicians playing in piazas
through the buzzling sounds
of the...Read More
Categories: sunday, happiness,
Form: Free verse
I Remember You Happiness
I remember you happiness
through the early aroma
  of grinded coffee beans
wafting gently from
the coffee corner shop
I remember you through
fthe freshly bread 'scent 
from the baker's sour rising yeast.

I remember you through 
musicians playing in piazas
through the buzzling sounds
of the...Read More
Categories: sunday, happiness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member anamorphosis





"anamorphosis" 



your eyes
like mundi’s orb
crystal Orion belted
mysterious black opals

Blue globed

opallios light veined,
a Star calls us

Home

some are blind, disinterested;
other windows once jaded
are jewels, like emeralds and 
sapphire skies, topaz earthed

Becoming 

portals to worlds of others,
wide and open minded

what they see
is not...Read More
Categories: sunday, humanity, i am, love,
Form: Free verse
PASSED WISHES
I need my childhood
Where life was good
Small but huge heart
Running to Sunday school
To be filled with gospel
And memorize verses
I love my past

Unfortunately it is my future
Life harsh and rude
Huge but small heart
Running to movie shops
To be filled with latest
And build...Read More
Categories: sunday, conflict, dream, light, mirror, riddle, silly, sorry,
Form: Free verse
Stay at home and be safe
If you can work, or go to school.
You will be allowed to.  If not
how can you discover a non
spam or get rich scheme.
Promising to solve all of your
financial problems.  "You can
earn $10,00 working from home."
I hung up my...Read More
Categories: sunday, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Narrative



Stairway
J-anuary thirtieth morn
E-rases the gray and blue; 
L-et the shadows fade, 
L-et the dark depart from
Y-ou.

A-llow the Sunday to pass, 
L-etting Monday light shine; 
F-ill your heart with mirth, 
A-nd thrill to your mind.
N-ew dawn brings warmth
T-o the wide skyway;...Read More
Categories: sunday, birthday,
Form: Acrostic
COVID-19 Blues
It makes me so sad
To see people afraid
But the governor called a lockdown
And it must be obeyed

I've got the COVID-19, the pandemic Coronavirus blues
And I'm getting more depressed whenever I turn on the news.

The stores ran out of sanitizer
And I...Read More
Categories: sunday, angst, anxiety, fear, natural disasters, sick,
Form: I do not know?
The Moment
If anyone had told me that it would be so, I would have tell them no.If anyone had told me that it would be so
I would have ran away long ago.I just cannot get rid of this unsettling feelings that...Read More
Categories: sunday, absence, abuse, assonance, betrayal, care, character, desire,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Finger Pointing
If you like this and believe it has merit, please try to get it to as many people as possible, through any method you have available to you. The media, congress, and We the People, need to cooperate with the...Read More
Categories: sunday, america, anger, betrayal, conflict, future, health, political,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member LET US PRAY
LET US PRAY

Let today Sunday the 22nd March
Be a day of prayer,
Which will include all denominations,
Let us ask Our Almighty Father 
To forgive us our sins,
And the sins of this world and think 
Of heavenly destinations
Let us ask Him –...Read More
Categories: sunday, god, prayer,
Form: Prose
Thoughts of Yesterday
Let it be before I go from where I've seen moons after moons,
crescent and full; let memories carve yellow suns on the 
dark-skinned children, polishing them with sweat and sea salt 
to surface their natural oils. Let me see them...Read More
Categories: sunday, memory,
Form: Narrative
NO HARMFUL WILDLIFE
>center>NO HARMFUL WILDLIFE

A spell in the country would do you good,
Said Doctor Rogers MB sternly,
Wagging a finger to emphasise the point.
Get away from the diesel fumes
And millions spreading germs.
Trust me, I’m a doctor.
I trusted him, poor fool,
Packed a bag and...Read More
Categories: sunday, animal, farm, peace,
Form: Free verse
FADING BRAIN
FADING BRAIN

I think my brain is going down the drain.
My short-term memory is all at sea.
This thing they call dementia is a pain;
I don’t know why it’s happening top me.
Now, ask me what did in sixty-three,
And I recall it all...Read More
Categories: sunday, memory, technology,
Form: Dizain
May We Be Brave
This world is changing so very rapidly
Even though these troubling times are grave,                           ...Read More
Categories: sunday, america, christian, internet,
Form: Verse
Premium Member A WEEK AT THE MALL DURING THE COVID19 OUTBREAK
TO THE TUNE OF IT WAS ON A MONDAY MORNING WHEN THE GAS MAN CAME TO CALL

It was on a Monday morning I went to the shopping mall
Folk filled huge trolleys sky high, to ensure they got their haul!

It was...Read More
Categories: sunday, humanity, humorous,
Form: Couplet
BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING EVERYDAY Slam
Welcome to,

BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING

Everyday

AM
PM
24/7
7/11

Monday
Through
Sunday

But fair warning come prepared 

All is fair in love and war 


...Read More
Categories: sunday, slam,
Form: Free verse
Line Gauthier contest
We swarmed the fields like a plague of locusts.
Cars bent the blades of grass, their glass eyes shining.
Ladies came in sunday best.
Men came dressed with ties and jackets. 
There was no room for blankets.
We sat on the good earth from...Read More
Categories: sunday, angst,
Form: I do not know?
Getting Into Heaven
Getting Into Heaven
We were testing the children in Dublin
Sunday school to be precise
To see if they understood heaven
And to get in - what was the price
If I sold my house and my car
And gave all I had to the poor
Would...Read More
Categories: sunday, holiday, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Radio Odyssey
It’s that time again, 
that airy hallmark intro, the vibrant soul ensemble.
Signpost to an hour long  journey where passage, paean and piece come out to play.
Odyssey for fantasist and literary scion.
Earnest open invite to the madcap  mind,
mine and...Read More
Categories: sunday, appreciation, art, beautiful, birth, creation, deep, devotion,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Knickerless Vicar - Collaboration with Jan Allison
Warning - contains innuendo and fun



For a man of the cloth, our dear vicar
is not very partial to clothes
He is almost allergic to trousers
and y-fronts get right up his nose.

Ev’ry Sunday as he climbs in the pulpit
(where the choir boys...Read More
Categories: sunday, christian, fun, funny, humor, humorous, silly,
Form: Rhyme