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Superstitions Poems

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Premium Member If You Step On a Crack
If you step on a crack 
You will break your mother’s back.
When she made us mad.
It’s all we had.

We would spend hours
Jumping on the sidewalk crack.
It never worked.
So terribly glad.

Do not walk under a ladder
Or break a mirror.
You will have...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Innocent Children are the Largest Victims
No blood would ooze out if cut by blade
No flesh below to sink, nothing inside shakes
Bare bones protruding here and there like spikes
Vacant look in the eyes
Yet the body breathes and survives;
Skeleton like children of Somalia, one of the African...Read More
Categories: superstitions, africa,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Superstitious Uncle Ed
Uncle Ed came to live with us when he was in his seventies
He felt old, weird, and he had white hair on his face
It sprouted out of his nose

He was our distant uncle, a blue baby who should not have...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Padraig's Fire
Padraig's Fire

Hurry through the night
With windstorms
Breathing at your back
Before the shadows know
You pass their doors -
Their darkened, dusty, empty hearths -
Before the dawn ascends -
Before the pipes awaken;
Carry close
Precious flint and tinder
Next to the wildly beating
Warmth -
Beneath your flowing cape.

Hurry...Read More
Categories: superstitions, baptism, celebration, ireland, life, river,
Form: Free verse
Yuletide pageant merry go round first time
Written ~ December 
two thousand seventeen
in case ye dear reader possess 
an eye extremely keen
nonetheless just by happenstance 
courtesy this human bean  
counter, who also happens 
tubby garden variety alien. 

Panoply of mystical elements of holly day style 
breathe...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Dramatic Verse

They're trying to tell you
They’re trying to tell you
That your superstitions and machinations 
Are an exhausting game of whack-a-mole
They’re trying to tell you 
You’ve assumed a version of them
That society told you existed and you never questioned
They’re trying to tell you 
At every corner...Read More
Categories: superstitions, corruption, environment, money, political, racism,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Message of Peace
My name is the only name,
As it is the only true name,
I believe, it is the name,
For the nameless, I name.

My form is the only form,
As it is the only true form,
I believe, it is the form,
For the formless, I...Read More
Categories: superstitions, peace, religion, spiritual, visionary, world,
Form: Free verse
Daylight savings ends Sunday
Daylight savings ends... Sunday
November 3, 2019
2:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.

Seasonal affective disorder clinical woe,
albeit depression associated,
edge of nightfall
dark shadows grow
most pronounced late
autumn and winter

outer limits of twilight zone
impinge psyche status quo
said phenomena doth
not affect this bro,
who believe me
you relished mucho

more...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
The World Will Simply Shrug
The universe will simply shrug

Bullets fly, wars be waged
People die, ‘pon worlds stage

Hopes and ambitions
Faith and traditions

Cold hard facts
And simple superstitions

All no more than
Wishful visions

All the world’s fine institutions
Despite man’s resolutions

In the end will be
Doomed to fade away

And the universe…...Read More
Categories: superstitions, destiny,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Full white
Star ceiling.
Fire roaring.
Flames soaring.
Sparks flying
high into
the night.
Baleful voices
echoing off
the stones.
Drums beating.
Faces painted.
Wild dance,
arms raised.
 on high.
Wild night, 
sacrifice delivered.
prayers made.
shadows thrown,
seeing ghosts.
Ghosts dancing,
in the glades.
The world, 
a frightful
so very
long ago.
...Read More
Categories: superstitions, art,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Heaven's Light One Night In A Haunted Manor
The gray clouds hovered heavy with cold rain,
it was plain and it pained me; I have to run
to an abandoned and boarded up spooky old manor. 
A whisper told me it was a kooky idea with my fate,
but I couldn't...Read More
Categories: superstitions, fear, house, night, rain,
Form: Rhyme
Naked Poetry
Drop all the pretense
and all inhibitions  
Knock on the wood 
of your superstitions
Make it your goal 
along with your mission
To write in words open and free

You wrote in the obscure 
before you found out
The power in the allure 
of...Read More
Categories: superstitions, freedom, poetry,
Form: Light Verse
Society Tailor
Society is a wonderful tailor,
It stitches my free wings with strings of thoughtless notions,
It stitches my parents' broad minds close with a prejudiced needle,
And makes a wonderful dress covered with gems of obnoxious superstitions.

K.S.Lakshmi...Read More
Categories: superstitions, community, conflict, endurance, life, prison, silly, truth,
Form: Free verse
Happy Halloween
Happy Halloween

Pumpkins and their spices
Jackolaterns and their flickering candles lights
Spiders and their webs
Black Cats
Witches their spells and witchcraft
Warlocks their spells and witchcraft
Necromancers dead-talking
Creepy Crawlers
Grim Reapers
tricks or treats
truths or dares
haunted houses
haunted hayrides
Beautiful Decay of Nature
Full Moons
Thinnest line between our world and...Read More
Categories: superstitions, appreciation, art, autumn, birthday, candy, cat, celebration,
Form: Free verse
Three Wishes
In my youth appeared a star
I wished that it would send a car
Then I thought to throw a penny
And hoped for riches full and plenty

Once I used a candle and cake
To stop and cure a heart ache
Still many a time...Read More
Categories: superstitions, age, desire,
Form: Rhyme
Morning Iz Electra
By Jove...Zeus cleft Eos tacit alibi
pact wrought since time
     immemorial bye and bye
temporarily, symbolically,

     and unwaveringly
     superstitions, phenomenal mysteries 
     jaw dropping eve vents...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 11th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th
Form: Dramatic Verse
Time And Tide Wait For No Man
Or Woman, Or Child, Or...

The following elucidated
     conjecture actually can
(reed best) be taken with a grain
     of salt, and no re ban
nah nah split 'ope ya 'ere me 
   ...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 11th grade, 7th grade, dance, destiny, humanity,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Folding the Flag

Amend them errant, wavy ways,
put a cease crease in those idol traditions
Don’t give servile salutes to the droopy god
of billowy doctrines
What price will be paid
for giving homage to carnage superstitions?
Acquiescence of pagan silence ... 
wrapped cloth around the pursed mouth
Complicity...Read More
Categories: superstitions, allusion, patriotic, truth, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Loving you is easy
Like the brightness of the sun you do make me sneeze
Upon making contact you even make me wheeze
You also give me itchy watery eyes
Like you, I swear I too have nine lives
While playing you tend to get a little feisty...Read More
Categories: superstitions, cat,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FRIDAY THE 13TH

Usually counting down Fridays 
Friday is actually Friday the 13th 
A day that is traditionally superstitions
Surrounded by bad vibes bad luck, 
Spooky superstitions, bad situations
General bad feeling of terrible luck. 
Not exactly a day anyone looks forward toward
Because...Read More
Categories: superstitions, absence, confusion, metaphor, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Easter as interpreted by this atheist
though avast percentage 
     of Stone Temple Pilots, she push peep pulls 
     viz vernacular speaking population
     to most pious take as gospel 

    ...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 11th grade, 12th grade, bible, celebration, chocolate,
Form: Free verse

Book, a limitless source of knowledge
A companion to its lover
Through it we become intelligent
From it we acquire ageless wisdom
It can turn a know-nothing into a genius
It's turned a dullard into a great surgeon

Book make us explore our world
At the comfort...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 2nd
Form: I do not know?
Stars From Pluto
Stars from Pluto, falling on earth,
Strangers are they on our planet.
No honor or salute to the dirtied star –
That was once a diamond in the sky.

But few years ago they were our treasure,
In their lights we counted our...Read More
Categories: superstitions, africa, america, anniversary, destiny, giving,
Form: Verse
Let me be, let me bleed

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 minds
I ran as fast as I could, leaving those  blood spots behind!

Mom hugged me,...Read More
Categories: superstitions, baby, girl, health, pain, woman,
Form: Rhyme
Birth of healthy newborn greater than cumulative
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 into neat stack of wrapped gifts, when...
what! out of thin air more arrive.

Panoply of mystical...Read More
Categories: superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade, appreciation, creation, february,
Form: Rhyme