Poems About Faith and Religion

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  • Diy Bapitsm (3) 3

    by Alice

    With the hard bristle brush
    I take to my flesh...

  • Unnoticed (11) 7 HM

    by Dagmar Wilson

    A flower
    sitting on the side of the road...

  • I will never fall through the stations again.
    The panels of vibrant salvation...

  • Embedded Morality (2) 1

    by Alice

    The crucifix
    is lodged like a stick in our eyes...

  • I dropped into to the desperate dogma of a prayer.
    Knees buckled on that ancient cathedral floor...

  • Prayers at midnight (9) 3

    by Dagmar Wilson

    As I have traveled through life
    telling the difference was quite an experience...

  • This morning I was questioned about a golden cross...
    Dangling from a silver laced chain loosely necked...

  • Stones set down with seven hundred years accrued
    are o’ertaken by trees and newer dogma...

  • Oh ruler of all worlds
    I plead and pray for another...

  • Accepting Salvation (4) 1

    by Kasie

    How is your soul today?
    Have you accepted Christ...

  • Devil Race (12) 6

    by Milly Hayward

    The desert scratches sandy hand
    Across my throat it draws a band...

  • 2000 Years (12) 7

    by Paul Hirst

    Jesus was a Carpenter
    Wood and Nails His trade...