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Synod Poems

Synod Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of synod poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for synod.

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Cross all your Salem's in foreshadowed Shalom,
do the math and burn, 
brightly back at Cairo, Memphis, Jericho-less nonetheless turn,
and those of paths now undaunted, not undone to aftermath of storm.
In the land of the free, 
the Valiance of old, be...Read More
Categories: synod, beach, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme

Don't Vex X
Don't vex your ex
When love from grace falls
Cos Semtex
Strikes love walls

Once so mighty, so sprightly
Stood proud to defeat any cumulus cloud
Which off balance slightly
Couldn't speak or spell aloud

In defence of the right
Love from her heart demanded
In a grip so tight...Read More
Categories: synod, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Notes on Tears of Jerusalem

I was listening to some music, by a famous singer, about this story, can any guess the song? 

I find it interesting in light of what is happening now in the middle east, that 
If people would only learn from...Read More
Categories: synod, history,
Form: Light Verse
The simple songs
Take him since it were
your foreboding morgue,  
Even at this point of 
moribund time, 
Take me you monks and 
nuns in synod, On behalf 
is rollicking, and 
opprobrious that am the 
oracle , The simperer of 
all billings, 
Buried...Read More
Categories: synod, angst, dog,
Form: Dramatic monologue