Philosophy Verse Poems

These Philosophy Verse poems are examples of Verse poems about Philosophy. These are the best examples of Verse Philosophy poems written by international poets.


Life by OBIAJE PETER EDIGAH
You were born in a first class Hospital...
I was born at home,
But we are all living.
You woke up from bed...
I woke up from a mat...

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Categories: verse, city, community, home, hope,

Premium MemberZen Dog Day by Geoffrey Brewer
ZEN DOG DAY

DOG:
A’m jest trucking on down the road
Hangin loose got no heavy load

[Stops in middle of road and proceeds to scratch every part known...

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Categories: verse, animal, philosophy,



A life imprudent by fauxcroft wade
Forgive me if I seem imprudent

I am not trying to be impudent

And I am not trying to be impertinent,

I am just trying find some contentment

While...

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Categories: verse, deep, emotions, inspiration, perspective,

Tough, Ode To Barry White by kewayne wadley
Life gets tough when you aren't around.
Without none of the things you have to offer.
So much as the ease of a smile.
But what I love...

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Categories: verse, black african american, black

IF by Charles Martin
What if God
is an eternal being of light
that manifests himself
s the substance of all things
living within the inert and moving forces
of life on the earth
All...

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Categories: verse, encouraging, thanks,

Premium Memberthe eye of the tiger by lucifer very very very 1st
the eye of the tiger is the eye of a criminal
the eye of the tiger is the eye of the forbidden
the eye of the tiger...

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Categories: verse, mystery, philosophy, time,

Premium MemberThe Sword of Essence by Vermillion Scythe
We're all born as daggers,
our short blades that lack experience in life.
As the river of time flows by,
our blades extend and get stronger.
Our swords are...

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Categories: verse, analogy, deep, journey, philosophy,

Premium MemberNaked Sea by arthur vaso
Major Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen, KBE, RA, RHA (27 November 1878 – 29 September 1931), was an Irish artist who worked mainly in London....

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Categories: verse, appreciation, art, beach, beautiful,

The Wind Carry Voices by Aishwarya vr
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Categories: verse, happiness, philosophy,

a belated CC Das Kapital Wicked Candle Box event for Karl Marx by matthew harris
Born May 5, 1818, in Trier Germany 
     to Heinrich and Henrietta Marx,
sans the third of nine children 
  ...

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Categories: verse, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Premium MemberDANCE DANCE DANCE by Robert Haigh
DANCE! DANCE! DANCE!

He was sitting there all alone,
perfecting different ways to beat boredom,
when she waltzed into his lacklustre life.
She was a lovely mover and she...

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Categories: verse, dance, humorous, love,

Premium MemberNewal by Stephe Watson
The season's new,
the day's light?  Old.

My weary eyes,
seeking cheeks,
first blur then blacken
these wisteria 'n lilac views.

Meditating falling to
slumber?
No matter.

Meditating or life
leaking?
No matter.

Nothing more to
see....

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Categories: verse, philosophy, seasons, spring, winter,

Premium MemberTroubled Troublemaker by Stephe Watson

The trouble is...
I must be devoted.

The trouble is...
soon there'll be -
no devotee.

The trouble is...
soon I'll reveal -
there is no devoter.

The trouble is...
I must be devoted...

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Categories: verse, devotion, philosophy,

Premium MemberNeural Crest by Stephe Watson
A shaft of light, this spine.
Bounded by bones,
draped in rottables.
Pathway of consumables,
the lone remarkable.

Still, I hold straight
the light.
Still, I insist on
this dent
this where
this place
on my...

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Categories: verse, philosophy,

Premium MemberClouds Unpierced, Unlifted by Stephe Watson


From my pillow,
Illusions are unfriended.
    Each and every.

But this moon, 
    with clouds between 
she and eye...

I love illusion,...

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Categories: verse, nature, philosophy,

Premium MemberOur Place in the Middle by Stephe Watson
She, a left-brained leftist.
He, a pretend-monk of the Middle Way.
She aches North,
he rushes South.

The moments traffic clog and smush and crumble
into a jumble of hours...
The...

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Categories: verse, love, philosophy, romantic love,

Premium MemberEarth by Stephe Watson
Every fall
    Every fall
        Every fall

ends in
Mother’s arms....

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Categories: verse, earth, mother, philosophy,

Premium MemberMost Decidely, Rain by Stephe Watson


I know that clouds
do not decide
to let the rains
tumble free..
Do not decide
to wait a bit..
Do not decide
where to share
their unbidden (un)burden..
Do not decide
that insubstantialities
can condense...

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Categories: verse, nature, philosophy, rain,

Premium MemberSummer Wild Vocations by Gerald Dillenbeck
It is my Taoist maxim
HereYang is
Where Yintegrity of SilentNow.

In my TaoSearch mission,
I reach an outside summer vulnerable peak
at YinNow
when we revolt into people
who transparently unveil
We...

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Categories: verse, creation, earth, education, health,

Intemperate to a tilt by Dave Collins
And so I ponder my frailities as give giveness to the/they that are in response to my/your parental misgivings, and the way windward wade their...

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Categories: verse, allusion, anger, angst, character,