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Whom Poems - Poems about Whom

Whom Poems - Examples of all types of poems about whom 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 whom.
Premium Member Christ's Message Distilled for Dummies
... 2. James 1:17 Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and comes down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow of turning. Isn’t James saying that only God is good? 3. Galatian 6:14 But G......Read More
Categories: whom, faith,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Sweet September
... He renders the soil under my feet hard as a rock against whom my socks have no defense. That's why I like September. She neither burns not freezes, but with a tender stroke, ......Read More
Categories: whom, september,
Form: Verse
Premium Member MY HOME IONIAN ISLES
...ated systemic hearts! Older than wooden ships that offer vanished ghosts who can hold this hand of mine? Of mine. Whom zooms through one perfectly beautiful now... my home : Ionian isles. :: 09.15.2021 :: ......Read More
Categories: whom, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Was Thinking
...love to visit and spend time together reminiscing the old days before boys turned into men; old friends like Bobby with whom he spoke over the telephone some 10 to 12 years ago. They both laughed about the basketball game they lost 58 years......Read More
Categories: whom, friendship, remember,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member September Calm
...e and poise. I know that you have been observing with great concern the grave doubts and fears. It's you, September, whom they and I have been waiting for. We believe that you have a Divine appointment, and your calming presence is t......Read More
Categories: whom, america, september,
Form: Personification



My Voice
...voice It shows who I truly am inside. Those heavy on my heart, who have no choice And make my choices on the one in whom I reside God is my refuge, and the voice in my life I am me because He protects me from all strife. ......Read More
Categories: whom, 12th grade, christian, voice,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Sacred Lines and Circular Spaces
... finely balanced tipping points between what whole has been and who will consecutively become As we undivided are whom we have been and much much potentially more Beyond our favorite bottom line integrity privileged score, hea......Read More
Categories: whom, earth, environment, health, math,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member She Whom Shall Not Be Tamed
...Underneath the deep Neanderthal of her reptile brain She kept to herself inner most She Who Shall Not Be Tamed thought......Read More
Categories: whom, emotions,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member FORGIVEN-
...changed my face Forgiven I am secluded but yet not that lead it I am blessed and not caressed by a living God in whom his son I confess His name Jesus He whom died in my place on the cross Forgiven I turn about myself I'm a liv......Read More
Categories: whom, analogy, cheer up, forgiveness,
Form: Dramatic Verse
6-8
...realized how you’re heart has been faltering to the bitter black sweetness controlling your intransigent tongue. To whom it craves another loving credulous tongue that you wish to twist yourself, But sad to come & find out, they all bl......Read More
Categories: whom, analogy, farewell, memory, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member TESTAMENT
...prognosis. Pass a verdict that ends all debate. Bid farewell to the women I’ve cherished. Beg forgiveness of those whom I’ve hurt. Save a locket of hair for my children And then scatter my ash in the dirt. Let my legacy fade with ......Read More
Categories: whom, death,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member COMMUNIQUE FROM GETHSEMENE
...go on. I curse myself for my weakness and inadequacy. I must now conclude that I have totally failed. To those for whom my absence will occasion feelings of grief and regret, I offer my apologies. I’d have liked to have done better by ......Read More
Categories: whom, allegory, dark, solitude,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
COVID Speaks
...in a glass. But like a hawk to a rabbit, I will find you. You propagand' my state, And share knowledge, For I am whom you hate. But like a parasite to a host, I will sicken you. You try to hide, And quarantine, Though freedom ......Read More
Categories: whom, angel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Eavesdropping in the Next Booth
...booth now To see what these women look like I really want to sit down with them to figure out which voice goes with whom. ......Read More
Categories: whom, humorous,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Time of Unrest
...nishing history Churches falling into dismal hypocrisy Rabble-rousers lurch toward anarchy, Simple folks questioning whom to trust Muckrakers telling us what to believe, Respect for our leaders at its lowest ebb Hearing the voices of ......Read More
Categories: whom, angst, conflict, confusion, perspective,
Form: Free verse

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