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Superstition Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem THE HEART Carole Duet Free verse Free verse superstition, heart,
Lady Liberty Blaze Beaty Rhyme Rhyme superstition, beauty, corruption, culture, feelings,
Premium Member Poem TED Talk Robert Ronnow Verse Verse superstition, blessing, earth, love, peace,
Methinks Mine Earlier Rhyme Came Across Desperate matthew harris Bio Bio superstition, addiction, culture, green, heaven,
Premium Member Poem Climbing Tom Wright Free verse Free verse superstition, mountains,
Intruder Darrell Hoover Free verse Free verse superstition, god,
Letter to the Churches XI LIde Sangtam Free verse Free verse superstition, bible, christian, father son,
Thynroit Ibohal Kshetrimayum I do not know? I do not know? superstition, anniversary, anti bullying, april,
Daughter of Zion LIde Sangtam Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstition, jealousy, jesus, jewish, judgement,
God Doesnt Make Bad Birds M. L. Kiser Sijo Sijo superstition, animal, appreciation, bird, raven,
Not A Serious Discussion of Doctrine Jessica Amanda Salmonson Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstition, atheist, christian, hindi, islamic,
Premium Member Poem just one Maureen McGreavy Senryu Senryu superstition, appreciation, tree,
Superstition Vijay Rimal ABC ABC superstition, blessing,
Theater of Utter Charm Part 21 Walter Alter Free verse Free verse superstition, how i feel,
Bubonic Cleansing Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse superstition, death, fear, history, perspective,
Friday The 13th Darlene De Beaulieu Sonnet Sonnet superstition, scary,
Premium Member Poem Another Day's Upon Us Franklin Price Rhyme Rhyme superstition, fear, july,
Premium Member Poem Evolution Rhoda Monihan Rhyme Rhyme superstition, animal, beautiful, change, cool,
Premium Member Poem STEVIE Line Gauthier Senryu Senryu superstition, celebrity, mystery, song, symbolism,
In Old California 22 Alfred Berggren Free verse Free verse superstition, history,
Mold Jessica Amanda Salmonson Rhyme Rhyme superstition, children, fear, horror, mental
Devil at the Crossroads Jessica Amanda Salmonson Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstition, desire, fantasy, gothic, horror,
Theater of Utter Charm Part 12 Walter Alter Free verse Free verse superstition, how i feel,
This dark eve Julian Scutts Free verse Free verse superstition, addiction, holocaust, vanity,
Life Of Illusions norman littleford Rhyme Rhyme superstition, life,
Spritual Freedom Abhinandan Subba Lyric Lyric superstition, desire,
Meet Me At the Square Christine Phillips Narrative Narrative superstition, angel, appreciation, business, change,
I Had No Clue It Was Valentines Day Part 2 Christine Phillips Narrative Narrative superstition, angel, celebration, community, courage,
Superstition norman littleford Rhyme Rhyme superstition, life, society,
By the Numbers Freddie Robinson Jr. Romanticism Romanticism superstition, love, metaphor, romantic, word
Premium Member Poem UNDER THE STARS Line Gauthier Sonnet Sonnet superstition, longing, night, passion, romantic
Weather Forecast curtis johnson Prose Prose superstition, fire, future, snow, weather,
superstitious kitty robin davis Rhyme Rhyme superstition, animal, cat, cute, love,
Relatable Ire Violate Action James Swartz Free verse Free verse superstition, introspection,
Beyond The Papery, Lined Realms Of The Manifold Pages Of My Triadic Notebooks Douglas Cate I do not know? I do not know? superstition, age, allegory, allusion, analogy,
Theater of Utter Charm Part 1 Walter Alter Free verse Free verse superstition, how i feel,
Premium Member Poem Mustard Seed Paradise Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse superstition, celebration, faith, history, humor,
Strike Three Alley Mcintosh Free verse Free verse superstition, baseball, health, softball, sports,
Black Cats, Beware Melissa Herod Rhyme Rhyme superstition, animal, autumn, cat, halloween,
matthew scott harris unmasks ha ha ha halloween - part one MATTHEW harris Free verse Free verse superstition, cat, chocolate, dark, giving,
AD PARADISUM VIA INFERNI Nata Augustovskaya Verse Verse superstition, evil, hate, people, social,
WHEN SCIENCE WAS ROGUE Ernest Robles Free verse Free verse superstition, poetry,
World War 3 Corwin Donovan Rhyme Rhyme superstition, conflict, corruption, fear, future,
This Love Judy Emery Sonnet Sonnet superstition, beautiful, emotions, history, love,
Fact Not Fiction Dalton Ogletree Rhyme Rhyme superstition, dark, perspective, poetry, rap,
STARFISH Aram Sarian Rhyme Rhyme superstition, life,
Odyssey from Africa 3a Phil Salmon Narrative Narrative superstition, adventure, africa, fantasy, history,
When Janu Saw An Apparition FABIYAS M V Free verse Free verse superstition, inspirational,
Peacock Prison Paradise Rickey Chatham Haiku Haiku superstition, age, art, birthday, death,
LIFE Oliver Muchuma Monorhyme Monorhyme superstition, assonance, betrayal, grief, heartbroken,

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Superstition Poem Example

Me, Myself, and I - (Part 1)

Hello Friends... I suffer from Severe Bi-Polar Disorder and this submission was inspired by 
actual events that occured during one of my especially critical manic episodes. Be sure and 
read Part 2 to complete the poem and leave your comments on the Part 2 submission. Thank 
you for allowing me to share my pain for pain shared is pain diminished 


Me, Myself, and I...


“There are things that concern us,”
		Consensed my “Selves” in earnest
““We” fear that “I” have succumbed to delusion”

“And after careful deliberation
		It is with much hesitation
That we choose to delineate upon this confusion”


“Fact is your intuition
		Is riddled with superstition
And your judgment leaves much to be desired”

“So you leave us no recourse
		Don’t push us to use force”
It is then that the “I” was summarily fired


I exclaimed “By whose authority?” Response, “Rule of majority”
“The “Myself” and the “Me,” (forthwith the “We”), are experts in our field”

“And with much technique and time
		And some forays into the sublime
The nature of your malady will be revealed”


“So to keep yourself from having a fit
		Step back and just calm down a bit”
“We,” they said, “certainly have this under control”

“We swear this won’t hurt at all”
		Then I felt my inhibitions fall
Still I said a prayer to God that He keep my soul


You know, fact is I do feel off axis
		As evidenced by such parapraxis
As this prose that I, (or is it “Us”), seek to pen

And with my mind feeling numb
		I finally chose to succumb
And allow the “Me” and the “Myself” to begin


And then came questions in a flurry
		Answer, answer and please do hurry
Not one moment of respite did they give

They pushed and they prodded
		With every “T” crossed and “I” dotted
My mind felt like it had gone through a sieve


And all this psycho-analysis
		Is causing my mind paralysis
The questions, can you stop with the questions please

“Yes, oh yes indeed
		I do believe we have what we need
To make an attempt to identify your unknown neuroses”

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