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Superstitions Poems - Poems about Superstitions

Superstitions Poems - Examples of all types of poems about superstitions to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for superstitions.
Silent Soliloquies
...Stagnated sin stared straight out to sea Seeking a scape subdued of such scintillation Stars she said should not share the same air Superstitions shaped in slumber stirred into song Singing su......Read More
Categories: superstitions, introspection, metaphor, philosophy, sea,
Form: Lyric

Premium Member Superstition
...Lucky horseshoe a lone white feather. Four leaf clover and lucky Heather. Eyes of newt and wing of bat. Do not cross a cat that is black. Don't walk under a ladder it is said. Or some......Read More
Categories: superstitions, allusion,
Form: Rhyme
Figurative Paralysis Laid Waste Body Electric of Mine
...Figurative paralysis laid waste body electric of mine This is Spinal tap bamboozling, binding, bleeding, bombing... ripped from every dog eared and book marked page recounting latest ill fat......Read More
Categories: superstitions, absence, adventure, allusion, analogy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Red Moon Rising
...A blood moon's spiritual meaning through history, was a bad o......Read More
Categories: superstitions, anxiety, image, moon, myth,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Wish
...Blowing out candles on a birthday cake or watching a shooting star fall to Earth, are times we believe a wish may come true. We are unwilling to dismiss magic, for fantasy's part of rea......Read More
Categories: superstitions, fantasy, hope, how i
Form: Rhyme

The Myth Called Father Bernard
...THE MYTH CALLED BROTHER BERNARD Brother Bernard is just a name but a name that has saturated fame, notoriety in Nigeria and it's the same that evokes comical blunders. Hope Bernard isn't one......Read More
Categories: superstitions, 1st grade,
Form: Rhyme
Angel of His Presence
...I. There's a phantom closing in with the tempest There's an all seeing eye in the wind that knows best There's a voice crying in the wilderness without rest Repent! Repent! The kingdom of Truth......Read More
Categories: superstitions, christian, gospel,
Form: Free verse
...Decay is a natural process of the universe, It's, perhaps, a stage of impossibility to nurse. A seed under the earth can resurrect; not if decayed, A flower can disperse seeds, till they absolut......Read More
Categories: superstitions, life, nature, truth,
Form: Couplet
Divine Power
...Power in multitudinal forms, for one to choose— If selected……….Nature…Man Comforted Science…Nature Destroyed Knowledge…Superstitions Nullified Ignorance…Innocence Groomed ......Read More
Categories: superstitions, god, power,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Milt
...Poet Milt was loved by all here on Soup, for he held out to all, a helping hand, day by day enlarging his friendship loop and by his principles, always did stand. Author of a book o......Read More
Categories: superstitions, tribute,
Form: Sonnet
Pesky Phil
...Groundhog Day What is it they say? If he sees his shadow, six more weeks of winter Should we let something like this become a hinder After all, this started as a Pennsylvania Dutch superstition......Read More
Categories: superstitions, animal, culture, february, holiday,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Shades of Blue, Daily Devotions
... “Shades of Blue, Daily Devotions” shades of blue safe harbour waves lap across our hearts we leave the safety of comfort out into the unexplored, Life, how far ......Read More
Categories: superstitions, muse,
Form: Free verse
July Celebrations In India
...Elegant wooden chariots are pulled by devotees; In scorching sun, like buzzing bees, many on naked knees; Though superstitions form parts of Puri festive features, Gods and goddesses freely mingle......Read More
Categories: superstitions, celebration, july,
Form: Rhyme
Wall of Monkeys
...emissary from the great beyond slapping faces for fun and profit me too tie my shoe then cracko blindsided until there ain't no blindside but I thought we had an agreement just another saw blade......Read More
Categories: superstitions, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Scarlet Letter
...Hester felt like she deserved it, so she did not say a word. Wearing the scarlet letter for the town to see, She walked with her baby through people and their prejudices. Superstitions wafted in t......Read More
Categories: superstitions, books,
Form: Narrative

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