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Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: funny, religion,

NEEDY PASTOR

     The pastor was feeling quite blue,
       Pennies on his plate were few,
       So he gave a blazing rendition
     On the church's tithing tradition
 And the pennies on his plate soon grew.

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Poem Details | by Viv Wigley |
Categories: abuse, religion,

Moron

My bigotry festered and grew
then out of control it just blew
but I just couldn't see
since you're different from me
surely I must be different from you

(A kneejerk reaction poem about the man who abused then
tore the Hijaab off a Muslim woman on a local train , last weekend)


Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: faith, life, on writing and words, people, places, religion, social

Another Time, Another Place

I'm for all people and their faith
It's for them and not others to deface
     They'll have their moment to preach
     On poetry sites the words teach
And leave for another time, another place







http://www.thehighlanderspoems.com/religion-or-not.php


Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: faith, funny, humorous, religion,

The gun and god combo

"The peacemaker" is Glock's new gun
Its spent rounds are rapture and fun
Yes killing's a thrill
Since I'm mentally ill 
And need to own more than just one

A gun for me is like prozac
The bullets clipped pills in a stack
I'm not paranoid
But have weapons deployed
In case I should have an attack



Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor, religion,

Tolled

James was his church’s  bell ringer
Some would listen and linger.
To make the bell louder
James became stouter.
Now he’s known as a real humdinger.


Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor, religion,

Quick Cleric

There was a pastor named Caste
Whose habit of swearing was vast.
Some said his firing was near
But Caste cited nothing to fear
“You see, I repent too _____ fast.”


Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: humorous, prejudice, religion,

THE GAY BISHOP

When out for a walk yesterday I bumped into our local padre He wears rainbow dog collars Looks a million dollars He is proud to admit he is gay! 01~14~17 Fiction write which was Inspired by reading about a gay bishop in the UK


Poem Details | by Gerard Keogh Jr. |
Categories: allegory, death, fantasy, religion

Lose the Mask! Lose The Mask!

You might be beyond ever caring
what happens if you are still wearing
the face of a ghoul !
Do not be a fool
or StPeter at you will be glaring.


Poem Details | by mike dailey |
Categories: religion,

Adam and Eve

There once was a man name Adam
With Eve whom he always called Madam
They encountered a snake
And made a mistake
The Devil smiled for he knew he had ‘em


Poem Details | by Charles Henderson |
Categories: religion

God's Redemption

We saw in the garden the seed
Planted by man’s first evil deed
God sent his own son
To be the right one
To absorb sin so man be freed

© Jun 21 2010 for John’s “Human foible” contest


Poem Details | by Renee Kelly |
Categories: faith, religion

A Less Fictitious Life

There once was a gal most religious
Whose love for her god was prodigious
   She looked deep inside
   Found fallacies most wide
She now lives a life less fictitious


Poem Details | by Jim David |
Categories: funny, philosophy, religion, satire,

What Choice??

You insist that I only choose one
Finite human or god in the sun
Man has long pondered this
But as to my wish
I'll face death and have ALL the fun!!


Poem Details | by Renee Kelly |
Categories: christmas, drink, fun, holiday, religion, religious, silly,

Starbucks Song

There once was a company that brewed coffee
With lovely flavors like raspberry and toffee
     One year they made clear
     To remove all reindeer
Christians cry "Where's Holly Hobby?!?"


Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: humor, religion,

Pew Phew

There was a bishop whose sermons were boring  
Seven hours long made members begin snoring 
The bishop took offense
But he had no defense.
Busted bladders had warped all the flooring.


Poem Details | by POET. UNDERTAKER |
Categories: humor,

Imagine


Once there was a man called Jenish, the republic,
“there is no boundary for intellects” his message for public,
no religion, no country,
freedom from strife: amity.
Bloody how could we forget Lenon, the republic?


Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: funny, religion,

The Hereafter

Asked if they believed in the Hereafter

     Amens echoed from every rafter

          The preacher rejoiced

               Then this plea he voiced

                    "Fill up the collection plate hereafter!"

Robert LHinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved


Poem Details | by john williams |
Categories: funny, religion,

Bishop's Anoyance

   The bishop said it was such a disgrace
That the minister's horse lacked much pace,
   He remonstrated it was a cardinal sin
    When you put the church's money in
  And it finishes last in a six furlong race.


Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: faith, religion, science

The Creation Mystery

Creation is an unsolved mystery.
Men have pondered it throughout history.
Some say it is evolution.
What a logical solution!
But faith shows God is more than a banshee.


Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: philosophy

Illusions

Religion puts souls high in lights
Evolution cuts down these rites
Relation to ape
On the species landscape
Dynamites man's sites on the heights


Poem Details | by Renee Kelly |
Categories: funny, religion

Rapture of May 21st, 2011

"It is the end of the world", they cry
"Those not saved will surely die!"
   Never mind the fun fact
   Previous dates inexact
Get the marshmallows out for the fry!


Poem Details | by Rhoda Monihan |
Categories: community, faith, god, prison, religion, remember, world,

The Trick of St Patrick

Patrick lived in Great Britain, his wick,
But when he was sixteen and quick, 
Was captured by pirates horrible, 
Taken to Ireland adorable, 
Where he found god, his walking stick


Poem Details | by Virginia Mitchell |
Categories: religion

Secret Sin

God wants the church as a bride
To walk closer by His side
There's many at odds
All wearing facades
Yet, God knows what hearts may hide


Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: abuse, adventure, celebrity, conflict, identity, religion, silly,

Vatican Incident - Limerick

     Vatican Incident - Limerick 

A young maiden dressed like a mannequin 
Snuck into the church at the Vatican
To curse at the pontiff 
So they called the sheriff  
She would not be invited back again 



Poem Details | by T Wignesan |
Categories: religion,

Limerick: Once a true benign Pope wore iron Cross

Limerick: Once a true benign Pope wore iron Cross

Once true benign Pope wore iron Cross
Ate humble pie dressed white spoke not lipgloss
Other Lords reigned in pomp
Caught in their cool aplomb:
Up Calvary got seared into steel Cross!

© TWignesan – Paris, 2013


Poem Details | by Gerard Keogh Jr. |
Categories: faith, imagination, religion, sad

Overheard ( But Not Confirmed Yet.) By The Throne Of God...

Of all your constant transgressions, I tire.
Yes, you're pushing it down to the wire.
I even sent you My Son
yet His work stays undone.
Must I resort to one last trial by fire?!