GOD POEMS

A Spirit Sped
A spirit sped
Through spaces of night;
And as he sped, he called,
"God! God!"
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Stephen Crane

Storm
God in me is the fury on the bare heath
God in me shakes the interior kingdom of my heaven.
God in me is the fire wherein I burn.

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Kathleen Jessie Raine

Thanksgiving
(For John Bunker)


The roar of the world is in my ears.
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Joyce Kilmer

Only God—detect the Sorrow
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Only God-detect the Sorrow-
Only God-
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Emily Dickinson

Parasites
I never thought that God had any form.
Absoute the life; and absolute the norm.
Never eyes: God sees with the stars.
Never hands: God touches with the seas.
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Alfonsina Storni

Conviction (I)
Christ died for God and me
Upon the crucifixion tree
For God a spoken Word
For me a Sword
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Stevie Smith

What Kind Of God?
What kind of God would He be
if He did not hear the
bangles ring on
an ant-s
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Kabir

Ballad For Gloom
For God, our God is a gallant foe
That playeth behind the veil.

I have loved my God as a child at heart
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Ezra Pound

God's Wheel
God says to me with a kind of smile,
'Hey how would you like to be God awhile
And steer the world?'
'Okay,' says I, 'I'll give it a try.
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Shel Silverstein

How Humble Is God
God is the tree in the forests that
allows itself to die and will not defend itself in front of those
with the ax, not wanting to cause them
shame.
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Kabir

Worship
I know a quite religious man
Who utters praises when he can.


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John Crowe Ransom

Fi-Fi In Bed
Up into the sky I stare;
All the little stars I see;
And I know that God is there
O, how lonely He must be!
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Robert William Service

My Garden
A garden is a lovesome thing, God wot!
Rose plot,
Fringed pool,
Fern'd grot-
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Thomas Edward Brown

A Prodigal
My heart forgot its God for love of you,
And you forgot me, other loves to learn;
Now through a wilderness of thorn and rue
Back to my God I turn.
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Emily Pauline Johnson

Heart Of God
O great heart of God,
Once vague and lost to me,
Why do I throb with your throb to-night,
In this land, eternity?
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Vachel Lindsay

The Temple Of God
In the desert by the bush,
Moses to his heart said Hush.

David on his bed did pray;
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George MacDonald

Fi-Fi In Bed
Up into the sky I stare;
All the little stars I see;
And I know that God is there
O, how lonely He must be!
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Robert Service

A man went before a strange God
A man went before a strange God --
The God of many men, sadly wise.
And the deity thundered loudly,
Fat with rage, and puffing.
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Stephen Crane

Bless God, he went as soldiers
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Bless God, he went as soldiers,
His musket on his breast-
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Emily Dickinson

God is indeed a jealous God—J
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God is indeed a jealous God-
He cannot bear to see
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Emily Dickinson

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