lgbtq poems featuring Religion

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steven86175
steven86175 Bronze Comma Just ridin' the rollercoaster

Sunday Service

An experience of forbidden love. For those that have been in it's grasp, it's not hard to imagine. A combination of real memories that i was inspired to write from hearing 'take me to church'

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jbo
jbo Gifted Writer Live, learn and yearn Twitter@jboMedia

God loves Gays! {Religion Series}

Homosexuals face so much stigma. Homophobia is an enigma. WARNING some viewers may find this offensive... But christ came to save everyone!

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jlezr
jlezr 20 y/o, Loyola NOLA

this one

kind of a continuation of my previous poem, the one that's loosely about the Stonewall riots. it feels unfinished, but i'll publish anyway. it's past midnight and i'm running out of rhymes.

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jlezr
jlezr 20 y/o, Loyola NOLA

(For all the queens and witches)

written in honor of the 50th anniversary of the riots at the Stonewall Inn.

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eliza_vy
eliza_vy Community member

holy family.

a reflection on sexuality through the lens of societal and religious norms.

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jlezr
jlezr 20 y/o, Loyola NOLA

Couplet

By Jay Whysel

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jlezr
jlezr 20 y/o, Loyola NOLA

O MUSES

by Jay Whysel 断袖之癖 Trad. 斷袖之癖 duàn xiù zhī pǐ lit. cut sleeve (idiom); fig. euphemism for homosexuality, originating from History of Western Han. https://chinese.yabla.com/chinese-english-pinyin-di...

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greenleaf
greenleaf Bronze Comma queer writer of colour.

six months

living with OCD. a prose poem.

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sax
sax Fiction is merely truth within the lie.

Bite Out of Love ...

Love wants a bite out of everyone. @veee

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Ashokan Reservoir, NY

Existential questions at the border of a bridge.

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