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Religion Poems

Displaying 9,351 poems from the Religion genre.

"He Giveth His Beloved Sleep"
— Banjo Paterson Andrew Barton
The long day passes with its load of sorrow: In slumber deep I lay me down to rest until tomorrow, Thank God for sleep. Thank God for all respite fr... 2 views
"The Little Quaker Sinner"
— Lucy Lincoln Montgomery
A little Quaker maiden, with dimpled cheek and chin, Before an ancient mirror stood and viewed her form within, She wore a gown of sober grey, a cape de... 53 views
"The Rock" In El Ghor
— John Greenleaf Whittier
Dead Petra in her hill-tomb sleeps, Her stones of emptiness remain; Around her sculptured mystery sweeps The lonely waste of Edom's plain. From the ... 11 views
"The Scroll"
— Letitia Elizabeth Landon
The maiden's cheek blush'd ruby bright. And her heart beat quick with its own delight; Again she should dwell on those vows so dear. Almost as if her l... 239 views
'Black Bart, Po8'
— Ambrose Bierce
Welcome, good friend; as you have served your term, And found the joy of crime to be a fiction, I hope you'll hold your present faith, stand firm And no... 188 views
'Carpe Diem,' Or Cop The Day
— Franklin P. Adams
AD LEUCONOEN Horace: Book I, Ode 13. _'Tu ne quoesieris, scire nefas-'_ It is not right for you to know, so do not ask, Leuconoe, How long a life t... 30 views
'Fathercraft'
— Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Well (said the small, meek man) we look for change In this sad world, for these are stirring days; And men pin hopes to methods new and strange And see ... 90 views
'He Giveth His Beloved Sleep'
— Andrew Barton Paterson
The long day passes with its load of sorrow: In slumber deep I lay me down to rest until tomorrow, Thank God for sleep. Thank God for all respite from ... 48 views
'Me, A Sinner'
— Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Should it occasion much surprise That criminals should deal in blame, As all of us, and recognise The full depth of another's shame. The burglar blames ... 142 views
'Peaceable Expulsion'
— Ambrose Bierce
DRAMATIS PERSONAE. MOUNTWAVE _a Politician_ HARDHAND _a Workingman_ TOK BAK _a Chinaman_ SATAN _a Friend to Mountwave_ CHORUS OF FOREIGN VOTERS. MOUN... 93 views
'Stablished
— Joseph Horatio Chant
The well-built house with walls of brick, or stone, May tremble some if struck by the cyclone; The most established saint may trials feel, As flint may ... 1 view
'They'
— Siegfried Sassoon
The Bishop tells us: 'When the boys come back 'They will not be the same; for they'll have fought 'In a just cause: they lead the last attack 'On Anti-C... 99 views
'Twas Love—not me
— Emily Dickinson
'Twas Love—not me— Oh punish—pray— The Real one died for Thee— Just Him—not me— Such Guilt—to love Thee—most! Doom it beyond the Rest— Forgive it—last—... 136 views
'Twixt the Wings of the Yard
— Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Hear the loud swell of it, mighty pell mell of it, Thousands of voices all blent into one: See “hell for leather” now trooping together, now Down the ... 104 views
'Vulgarised'
— Gilbert Keith Chesterton
All round they murmur, 'O profane, Keep thy heart's secret hid as gold'; But I, by God, would sooner be Some knight in shattering wars of old, In br... 0 views
(A Message from Sinai to the Nile)
— Dr. Sabber Abd-Aldayem
(A Message from Sinai to the Nile) The Embrace in the Season of Return Written by : Dr. Sabber Abd-Aldayem Translated by : Hassan Hegazy Hassan (Egypt)... 40 views
..But a short time to live
— Leslie Coulson
Our little hour,—how swift it flies When poppies flare and lilies smile; How soon the fleeting minute dies, Leaving us but a little while To dream o... 123 views
0 Lord, How Happy!
— George MacDonald
From the German of Dessler. O Lord, how happy is the time When in thy love I rest! When from my weariness I climb Even to thy tender breast! The nig... 21 views
1 And 100
— Nikhil Parekh
When I turned 1; I incoherently mumbled threadbare gibberish; although was blossoming every unfurling minute into an entrenchment of unfathomably never-... 122 views
1 GOD
— Nikhil Parekh
There were several colors in this world; some were as black as the hideous reptile; while some were pearly and sparkling white, There were several tune... 93 views
100 Percent Natural .
— Nikhil Parekh
At times an inferno of poignantly towering emotions; while at times a meadow of resplendently blissful tranquility that stretched for times immemorial, ... 80 views
100% Natural
— Nikhil Parekh
At times an inferno of poignantly towering emotions; while at times a meadow of resplendently blissful tranquility that stretched for times immemorial, ... 8 views
12.0 Clock
— Nikhil Parekh
12.0 Clock. A moment when the voluptuous seduction of ingratiating blackness; enshrouded each frazzled nerve of mine with silken sensuousness, 12.0 Cl... 22 views
1492
— Emma Lazarus
Thou two-faced year, Mother of Change and Fate, Didst weep when Spain cast forth with flaming sword, The children of the prophets of the Lord, Prince... 234 views
1492.
— Emma Lazarus
Thou two-faced year, Mother of Change and Fate, Didst weep when Spain cast forth with flaming sword, The children of the prophets of the Lord, Prince, p... 1 view

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