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Superstitions Poems | Examples of Superstitions Poetry

Superstitions Poems. Below are examples of poems about superstitions. This list of poetry about superstitions is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of superstitions poetry. This list of works about superstitions is a great resource for examples of superstitions poems and show how to write poems about superstitions. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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List of Superstitions Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Happy Halloween Eric Nelson Manley Shelman Free verse superstitions, appreciation, art, autumn, birthday,
Always Wanting Jerry Hackett Rhyme superstitions, age, desire,
Morning Iz Electra matthew harris Dramatic Verse superstitions, 11th grade, 7th grade,
Time And Tide Wait For No Man matthew harris Enclosed Rhyme superstitions, 11th grade, 7th grade,
Premium Member Poem Folding the Flag Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse superstitions, allusion, patriotic, truth, wisdom,
Premium Member Poem Loving you is easy Melissa Tracy Rhyme superstitions, cat,
Premium Member Poem FRIDAY THE 13TH James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse superstitions, absence, confusion, metaphor, spiritual,
Easter as interpreted by this atheist matthew harris Free verse superstitions, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Book Ibikunle Gabriel I do not know? superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Stars From Pluto Isaac Pulpit Verse superstitions, africa, america, anniversary, destiny,

Let me be, let me bleed
by Priyum Bajaj

Drop by drop as my womanhood bleeds
White skirt soaked in blood how could I 'stay-free'?
'Whispers' all around me, all about me and classmates with questioning...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, baby, girl, health, pain,

Birth of healthy newborn greater than cumulative
by matthew harris
Yuletide pageants vis a vis merry go round revisited

healthy progeny regaled being alive
analogous to children ecstatic twenty-five
on December exhaling joie de vivre at dive 
in...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Little Minds
by JG Collins
Look 
into their 
eyes.
Eager,
wanting to
know.
Wanting
to know
 what
they got
themselves 
into.
Fresh faces,
years before 
the first
wrinkle.
Blank slates
hanging on
our every 
word.
Each time, 
a clean
slate 
pregnant 
with
potential.
Each time,
A new
opportunity.
Each time,...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, art,

yule tide pageant merry go round first spin
by MATTHEW harris
Panoply of mystical elements of holly day style 
breathe prez sense frostily exaled aired
per millennia athwart 
(this terrestrial spaceship planet Earth)

two plus seventeen carousel rides...

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Elegy | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, appreciation, beauty, december, children,

AND YOU DISGUISE IT AS FREEDOM
by ABHISHEK ARORA
…And You Disguise It As Freedom?!

 

Caged within the bars of restrictions,

Stuck in this narrow valley of superstitions,

Her scream, so painful, breaks her own heart,

She...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, abuse, creation, dark, feelings,

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PolyBoxes ParaDoxes
by Gerald Dillenbeck
I faced alarming paradoxes
as I headed toward puberty.

First,
my King James Bible-belting parents,
extended family,
and all-hopelessly-WHITE farm community
taught me

God loves me
and all the children,
red and yellow,
and black...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, bible, christian, gender, god,

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Obituary Oblations
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Pictures of the dead,
pamphlets of the deceased
They’re passed out at every funeral,
where the broken hearted grieve ...
handed out like business cards
This strange belief
is a superstitious...

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Dramatic Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, death, spiritual, truth, wisdom,

halloween
by Marissa Butts
Fall, its my favorite time of year...
The season starts getting colder
the air becomes crisp and sharp
and then the leaves transform
changing colors to bright yellows and...

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ABC | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, blue, hurt, sad,

Eclipse Facts and Fancies
by Harley White

When the Moon moves between the Earth and Sun
then comes a rare happening that can stun,
above all a syzygy alliance,
the term from the Greek in...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, earth, humanity, moon, science,

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Superstitious Shopper
by Freddie Robinson Jr.


Who hexed the price?
Made the bargain lose its luster
Who’s selling dull kitchenware knives?
Trying to cut away consumer confidence
There’s no hand lotion in the ladies room,
ain’t...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, funny, humorous, perspective, satire,

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No free lunch
by Ram R. V.
A scientist pursuing research—
with disinterested curiosity,
Poets distancing themselves—
from personal emotions,
from ‘personality’ (in Eliot’s idiolect),
A sportsperson focusing on the event—
not obsessed with results,
demonstrating sporting spirit,
Anyone doing...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, irony, satire, society,

A Never Ending Night
by Sunita U.D Palawon
Biological entities or angels of God; who are we? 
Ten times two, youth, we set to the island.
If day here is pleasant freedom and lost...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, adventure, celebration, freedom, youth,

MENTOR TO MANY, BUT
by Harshath Vidheya
Trains used to be Chain Smokers.
But we helped them Quit
By Electrifying them.

Dustbins used to be Illiterates.
We taught them to Differentiate
Organic from Plastic.

Communications used to be...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, change, introspection, irony, mentor,

Fact Or Fiction
by Dalton Ogletree
6/13/17
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Better get a grip or slip
In a world where it's hit and miss
Despite any similarites and differences


Involving shapes like diamonds, square, circles and ovals
Above or...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, fun, how i feel,

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The Best Part Of Humanity
by Emile Pinet
God exists within the hearts of people
He doesn’t reign on any worldly plane.
And therefore you cannot verify Him
you either believe in Him or you don’t.

Religion...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, beautiful, faith, feelings, god,

A religion called Love
by Aram Sarian
A religion called Love

There's a religion called Love,
it comes from within,
it's sent from above,
where the heavenly stars glisten,
It's pure,
It's real,
and has no beliefs,
it mends and...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, love,

Where I Want To Go
by Ray Gridley
That land of snows, the old Tibet
Of mystics and magicians
I dreamed a plan to make that trek,
To dispel all superstitions.

I longed to trace those ancient...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, journey, mountains, places, travel,

Little By Little
by Dalton Ogletree
5/20/16


Thistles with bristles
Grow then whittle
Little by little
Near and far from quartz crystals
As well as waters with ripples
Where the fish bite and nibble
While the wind whistles
On...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, poetry, rap, word play,

Triskaidekaphobia
by Denis Barter
Thirteen on a Friday is a day some hate,
Rendering believers to an anxious state.
I’m not going outside, for it’s an evil day,
Say those who sincerely...

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Acrostic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, allusion, anxiety, symbolism,

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Friday the Thirteenth
by Franklin Price
Friday the Thirteenth
By Franklin Price
1/13/2017

One and thirty days this month,
Twelve have gone by.
The thirteenth is upon us,
Not good, I'll tell you why

Friday, is the reason;
Bad...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: superstitions, humor,