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Superstitions Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Darkness JG Collins Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstitions, art,
Premium Member Poem Heaven's Light One Night In A Haunted Manor Eve Roper Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, fear, house, night, rain,
Naked Poetry Mike Hauser Light Verse Light Verse superstitions, freedom, poetry,
Society Tailor K.S. LAKSHMI Free verse Free verse superstitions, community, conflict, endurance, life,
Happy Halloween Eric Nelson Manley Shelman Free verse Free verse superstitions, appreciation, art, autumn, birthday,
Three Wishes Jerry Hackett Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, age, desire,
Morning Iz Electra matthew harris Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse superstitions, 11th grade, 7th grade,
Time And Tide Wait For No Man matthew harris Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme superstitions, 11th grade, 7th grade,
Folding the Flag Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse superstitions, allusion, patriotic, truth, wisdom,
Loving you is easy Melissa Tracy Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, cat,
Premium Member Poem FRIDAY THE 13TH James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse Free verse superstitions, absence, confusion, metaphor, spiritual,
Easter as interpreted by this atheist matthew harris Free verse Free verse superstitions, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Book Ibikunle Gabriel I do not know? I do not know? superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Stars From Pluto Isaac Pulpit Verse Verse superstitions, africa, america, anniversary, destiny,
Let me be, let me bleed Priyum Bajaj Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, baby, girl, health, pain,
Birth of healthy newborn greater than cumulative matthew harris Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Little Minds JG Collins Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstitions, art,
yule tide pageant merry go round first spin MATTHEW harris Elegy Elegy superstitions, appreciation, beauty, december, children,
Premium Member Poem PolyBoxes ParaDoxes Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse superstitions, bible, christian, gender, god,
Obituary Oblations Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse superstitions, death, spiritual, truth, wisdom,
halloween Marissa Butts ABC ABC superstitions, blue, hurt, sad,
Eclipse Facts and Fancies Harley White Verse Verse superstitions, earth, humanity, moon, science,
Superstitious Shopper Freddie Robinson Jr. Light Verse Light Verse superstitions, funny, humorous, perspective, satire,
Premium Member Poem No free lunch Ram R. V. Free verse Free verse superstitions, irony, satire, society,
A Never Ending Night Sunita U.D Palawon Narrative Narrative superstitions, adventure, celebration, freedom, youth,
MENTOR TO MANY, BUT Harshath Vidheya Free verse Free verse superstitions, change, introspection, irony, mentor,
Fact Or Fiction Dalton Ogletree Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, fun, how i feel,
Premium Member Poem The Best Part Of Humanity Emile Pinet Blank verse Blank verse superstitions, beautiful, faith, feelings, god,
A religion called Love Aram Sarian Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, love,
Where I Want To Go Ray Gridley Sonnet Sonnet superstitions, journey, mountains, places, travel,
Little By Little Dalton Ogletree Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, poetry, rap, word play,
Triskaidekaphobia Denis Barter Acrostic Acrostic superstitions, allusion, anxiety, symbolism,
Premium Member Poem Friday the Thirteenth Franklin Price Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, humor,
Egalitarian Humanism JG Collins Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstitions, art,
Be Zealous By Patriotic Zeal Muzahidul Reza Sestina Sestina superstitions, patriotic,
SOCIETY-OUR SOCIAL WORLD Anulaxmi Nayak Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, people, social, society,
Overabundance of Books in Market Durgesh Verma Free verse Free verse superstitions, books, , cute,
We Are Flotsam Tom Arnone Quatrain Quatrain superstitions, addiction, depression, earth, environment,
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Imagination wahab abdul Free verse Free verse superstitions, imagination,
Premium Member Poem ReCreating Organic Freedom Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstitions, beauty, culture, earth, health,
The Uniting of the West Michael Zavaletta Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, america, war,
Midnight: The Hour Teddy Kimathi Free verse Free verse superstitions, halloween, imagery, imagination, time,
The Cook Stephen Barry Free verse Free verse superstitions, adventure, africa, black african
BEWITCHED Thabang Ngoma Prose Poetry Prose Poetry superstitions, how i feel,
NOMENCLATURE GOODNESS LANRE Quatrain Quatrain superstitions, beauty, me,
The Future's Edict Jeffrey dela Cruz Elegy Elegy superstitions, cancer, corruption, death, evil,
SUPERSTITIONS Satish Verma ABC ABC superstitions, art,
The Resolution Elex Williams Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, appreciation, hope, philosophy,
dripping in sweat Sebastian Aaron Baez Rhyme Rhyme superstitions, art, repetition, word play,
Premium Member Poem A Ravaged Raven Dr.Ram Mehta Free verse Free verse superstitions, dark,

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Superstitions Poem Example

A Ravaged Raven

Ravaged Raven

On returning from work, I always pass near the cemetery
And always find no life moving there, almost same scenery. 
But today was a different day. I stopped my car at the gate
The cawing began, wind whipped, birds arrived in droves.
Big black birds were landing over the place, on the graves.
It seemed to be like a scene out of the movie “The Birds”
Flapping of the wings indicating a big accident to happen.
It reminded me of many superstitions and scores of myths
That surround the crow and its larger cousin, the ravens.
Ravens are associated with death in many of the cultures
As they are found feeding on animals and human remains,
A soothsayer, an omen of death, as a creator and cleanser.


I saw a lady standing near the tombstones looking at horizon
First I thought her to be a Goddess Morrigan of Irish battle
As both crows and ravens were her allies and companions,
Dressed in white but this woman was in black with a pistol.
Will name her Raven, visiting the tomb of the dear one
Who is dead, but once lived, felt dawn and saw sunset
Loved and was loved and now he lies in this cemetery.

As if she got the inner message from her dead one
“To take up the quarrel with the foe and take the revenge.
And will not sleep in peace if you break faith with me”.
As if she has come with a pistol to console her dear one
With salty tears stinging her face, emotions begin to race
I miss you so, why did you have to go when heart is wary.
I have come to you to touch your name engraved in stone
Trying to be strong and brave, to avenge your enemy
And one day in heaven we will be together happy again.

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September 26, 2014
Form: Free Verse
Second Place win
Contest: Raven by Kelly Deschler

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