Philosophy Writing Poems

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


Ambitious Muse by M. L. Kiser
Muse imagination fires; another night’s sleep, lost.

Carpal tunnel initiated; muse pours herself through.

Flood of her dreams; my heart’s delighted by her flamboyant artwork. 

...

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Categories: writing, dream, image, imagination, inspiration,

Premium MemberWe Don't Need No Stinking Contests by Caren Krutsinger
Poetry contests.
What?  This makes no sense.
How do you compare a unicorn to a chair?

But then this happened.
I started running out of ideas; my writing...

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Categories: writing, perspective, philosophy, poems, poetess,



Self Doubt by Nick Trim
It is a fact that before I wrote True Colours,
I was stuck in a world of black and white bipolar,
encaged in my seat on a...

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Categories: writing, anxiety, desire, hope, hurt,

From Scribbler to Poet - The Art of Writing Poetry by Suzette Richards
Dear budding poet,
A poet is someone who has the courage to wear his heart on his sleeve; it is most evident among modern poets who...

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Premium MemberDiscovering the Realm of Poetry by FJ Thomas
When we speak today we tend to look at words as a necessary constant with limitations of their own rather than a completely different cosmos...

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Categories: writing, language, poetry, poets, words,

Premium MemberThe Poet's Faculty Meeting by Caren Krutsinger
Faculty meeting. Formidably flippantly fortuitously fluffy and forgetful.
I began to write a little list of F words, because I was in the F word mood.
Frilly....

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Just live by Manya Saxena
Sometimes 
When I write,
I lose a part of me
And yet, 
Sometimes 
When I write, 
I breathe....

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Categories: writing, farewell, happy, peace, philosophy,

Old 'White' Men, Part II by David Welch
...Poe brought us detectives on the page,
and creepy tales that defy age,
Melville’s whale, in fine fashion,
taught us the danger of obsession.
Twain brought humor and jumping...

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Categories: writing, culture, education, how i

To Edit by Joe DiMino
Most difficult
is to edit
one's own writing;
Like we could change a life
in a single sitting...though it 
has been done
I am told...by those
far more prolific than I,
and,...

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Categories: writing, allegory, analogy, perspective, philosophy,

The Science of Fiction by Joe DiMino
Frankenstein’s monster
bears not only his name
but his own body-parts…
heart, soul and spirit
invested in 
all our creations; 

also given credit
are Gods and angels,
more than passive participants
how...

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Why I Write by Joe DiMino
Birth is a war,
and death
a victory
for a lifetime
of suffering;

though, we can convince ourselves
of most anything--even
pleasure and happiness. 

I rise every morning
as much for myself
as for...

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Categories: writing, analogy, inspirational, philosophy, poetry,

Premium MemberGood Advice by arthur vaso
Long ago and far away
In small village by the sea
I sat on the knee of a very wise man
Softly he spoke

Tales of his youth
Stories of...

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Categories: writing, art, humanity, introspection, literature,

Wonderfully weird by John Beam
Be not the dilettante from lack nor want                 ...

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Categories: writing, humor, inspirational, love, philosophy,

Premium MemberIt Is What It Is by Brian Davey



There you have it...
                    Do you...

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Categories: writing, inspirational, metaphor, parody, philosophy,

Thoughts by Michael Prior
The crispness, the sharpness, the quality that creation has is an unlimited wonder.
Nature, it looks to me that it will last for eternity.
Nature is endlessly...

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Categories: writing, creation, deep, nature, philosophy,

A Poem -004 by Subhas Chandra Chakra
A poem, is much like
a dream come true.

Prior to its conception
the poet feels like 
someone or something 
is within-as if  
a limbless entity, a...

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Categories: writing, art, birth, creation, how

Premium MemberTranslation of Eric Mottram's Courbet: Elegy 8 by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
Translation of Eric Mottram’s Courbet: Elegy 8 by T. Wignesan

Blanches oeuvres ouvertes
résident dans les jours
la surface du banc de travail est noire
les géraniums-lierres
les fougères et...

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Categories: writing, america, art, creation, philosophy,

Premium MemberTranslation of Eric Mottram's TIME SIGHT UNSEEN, Part Two by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
Translation of Eric Mottram’s TIME SIGHT UNSEEN, Part Two by T. Wignesan

"Instead of an item in a school of rhetoric, the poem could have variety...

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Categories: writing, art, creation, philosophy, word

Premium MemberTranslation of Eric Mottram's TIME SIGHT UNSEEN, Part 1 by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
Translation of Eric Mottram’s TIME SIGHT UNSEEN, Part One by T. Wignesan

"Instead of an item in a school of rhetoric, the poem could have variety...

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Categories: imagery, introspection, philosophy, writing,

Undefined stream of consciousness by Kenny Gwena
After all is said and done, cliché style
(Forgive me if this does not rhyme, I'm moving
Past rhyme for the sake of rhyme)
You will have gone...

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