Religion Writing Poems

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


Premium Member5 Months on Poetrysoup by Nick Trim
The five month anniversary of submitting my first write.
I've no qualifications and basic education
with a mind of determination and opinionated foresight.

Sometimes I am rude and...

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Categories: anniversary, me, writing,

Premium MemberSHEEP LIKE COVERING by Judy Emery
SHEEP LIKE COVERING 

My emotions are running wild all over the place
Oh you are a disgrace
You call your self a holy man
and all your friends...

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Categories: writing, abuse, angel, betrayal, cry,



Dead Wrong by Dalton Ogletree
8/8/17


You're dead wrong if you think you're superior
And that all others are inferior

I'll break through your exterior
Getting to the interior


No longer do I think of...

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Categories: writing, dark, how i feel,

Premium MemberWEAKNESS OF A STORM by Judy Emery
WEAKNESS OF A STORM

The weakness of a cold stormy night
given me so much fright 
because it would weaken then it would 
become a mighty storm
that...

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Categories: writing, angel, betrayal, conflict, cry,

Fact Not Fiction by Dalton Ogletree
7/12/17


Fact not fiction
Another rap from scratch, I've written

Flaws in every system
And organism

Constant competition
And schisms

People passionate about religion
Or looking at it with skepticism

Folks with belief in...

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Categories: writing, dark, perspective, poetry, rap,

Premium MemberDark Angel and The Magic Woman by Judy Emery
Dark Angel and The Magic Woman

They walk around trying to find faith
But they never want to give their heart to God,
they’re where born to know...

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Categories: writing, anger, betrayal, conflict, dark,

Premium MemberI'D RATHER WRITE ABOUT by Cyndi MacMillan
a flustered tango of Gypsy moths 
drumming the porchlight; chalk artists; 
the endemic disappearance of farms—silos lost 
in unkempt fields;  space stations; the sunlit-scent...

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Categories: poetry, writing, , memorial,

Beyond by Dalton Ogletree
5/22/17


Burning strong
From dusk to dawn
Shoutout to Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong



Just trying to hit home and go way beyond
Don't overlook every song
Migh just be here...

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Categories: writing, creation, imagination, life, poetry,

Addictions by Dalton Ogletree
5/21/17



It's no wonder there's been unsteady employment
So many poor choices
Not helping my body with poison
At only myself the finger should be pointed
As to why any...

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Categories: writing, addiction, deep, poetry, rap,

Villain by Dalton Ogletree
4/30/17 


Underneath what they consider lunar 
Don't care if your name is super 
So much for your future 
And all of the rumors 
There is...

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Categories: writing, poetry, rap, word play,

Little By Little by Dalton Ogletree
5/20/16


Thistles with bristles
Grow then whittle
Little by little
Near and far from quartz crystals
As well as waters with ripples
Where the fish bite and nibble
While the wind whistles
On...

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Categories: writing, poetry, rap, word play,

Actually by Dalton Ogletree
7/28/15

Actually
It's not the way it has to be

Another casualty
Inside the galaxy
While the wind blew diagonally
Offsetting several strategies
And physicalities


Across any region
Things will happen without a reason
During...

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Categories: writing, old, poetry, rap, words,

battle of wits by SILA MUTHOKA
Of tango I wrote, and how dreadfully a brief one!
Terponei the queen whose loathing was as mine;
Of ignorant readers who eulogize nonsensical poetry
And a good-morning-life...

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Categories: writing, poems, poetry, poets, prejudice,

s HIP by Robert Warlov
 An inquiry into form






There-                    ...

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Categories: writing, analogy, art, identity, image,

Writing Death by Tanis Troutman
I had such satisfaction in writing "Death"
Sarcasm is the way I vent anger and stress
Everyone's questions are basically the same
All in the same boat, the...

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Categories: writing, culture, death, people, poems,

Once Again PART 2 by Quincy Mac
Collisions of useless data hitting us harder and faster as time moves forward in motion,
You’re caught up in notions schooled to faded brains, No flames...

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Categories: writing, allegory, art, blessing, meaningful,

Sympathy by Jaquay Atkins
Open your mind sir
Hear the crying voices 
Sympathize more often...

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Categories: writing, deep, feelings, gender, poets,

Nonsense by Ashley Dibble
Being the panicky insecure confused beings that we are, we tend to try to make sense of that which is senseless by inventing nonsense. 
Such...

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Categories: creation, funny, religion, writing,

Worldwide Civil War by Crow thepoet
No fleeting moment commenced 
nor satisfied by pride, the rock we all stand upon
Crimes against humanity are crimes nonexistent
Why, since us, the human race, are...

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Categories: words, world, writing, universe,

The Woman in Black by Fullmoon Sway
A woman in black
She follows the gravel 
Disheveled from 
dirt 
rocks
and the clattering bumps
of holes as followed
surrounded by death
the woman runs past 
closing her eyes
tightly...

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Categories: death, deep, emotions, writing,