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Poems About: FAITH

In this page, poems on / about “faith” are listed.

  • 133.

    Every faith
    Making for read more »

    otteri selvakumar
  • 134.
    A Question For Faith

    I question Faith.

    Faith, read more »

    Noemi Lee
  • 135.
    Have faith

    When you have nowhere to turn
    no one to lean on
    no home to return to read more »

    Jaan Zhou
  • 136.
    More Faith

    Faith can shoot arrows at the devil
    And collide with boulders thrown by it
    Without even hurting you or giving wrong
    That is never to be worn. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 137.

    Faith believes what the senses belie
    Its roots go deep though the flower is shy
    Strongly waxing in impoverishment
    and meekly waning in fulfillment read more »

    Deborah Downes
  • 138.
    Spaces of faith

    Spaces of faith Holy of Lord
    There is a joy soul is waiting
    There I will bear my pain read more »

    Marieta Maglas
  • 139.
    I Need My Faith?

    If I did not need my faith, I would have burned it.
    For what has faith in life ever done for me?
    I had faith, but then I lost it.
    Only then it occurred to me, read more »

    Erica Burke
  • 140.
    A Song Of Faith

    I will write of faith
    In a simple little song.
    And sing it in my heart
    As I go along. read more »

    Walterrean Salley
  • 141.
    All Things Are Possible

    All things are possible
    when we walk by faith and not by sight read more »

    Cindy Wyatt
  • 142.
    Do not lack in faith!

    Do not lack in faith!
    Date: 26 August 2013

    The habit of being somber, read more »

    Umasree Raghunath
  • 143.
    Unassailable Faith

    Let the sky fall and crumble
    We remain in the rumble
    In the teeth of death, we won't grumble
    Come flying arrows, no tumble read more »

    Kweku Atta Crayon
  • 144.

    I never knew that such a simple word can be so scary

    Faith... read more »

    Rita Umali
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