Haiku Poems About God | God Haiku Poems

Haiku poems about God and God haiku poems. Read and enjoy these haikus! See also God Quotes.

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: evil, humanity, innocence,


Injustice's vultures

Circling over the righteous 

Humanity's shame!

© Demetrios Trifiatis
        03 May 2018

* I had to check twice to make certain it is true that this poem of mine
was honored as POTD and that was also included in the list of the best new poems
I sincerely thank those responsible, starting with my friends who are visiting me and
the Poetrysoup officials who took the decisionShould not forget my Muse who is 
the source of this writingGod bless you!

Poem Details | by David Smalling |
Categories: peacegod, god,

The Magician

 God open his hands                  
 light fell to earth in shards
 Of cherry blossoms

 God laughed like flowers
 Scattering petals of joy
 The eyes bloom rainbows

 God gave gifts of clouds
 As pillows for love to dream
 On white hibiscus.

Poem Details | by Robin L. Gass |
Categories: nature, new year,

Heavens Blanket

Falling soft and white
tiny crystals closely knit
to cover the earth

Happy New Year and God Bless you all, fellow Soupers!

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: imagination, nature


Music of crickets
On warm summer morning
Praising God above

Poem Details | by Peggy Bertrand |
Categories: faith, hope, inspirational, nature,

Master Artist

Gen 1:1
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth

pillow clouds frame the earth
shrouds the beauty of your master
flowing fingertip.

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: nature,

Master's Art

birds rising on the breeze
hue of blue in mountain lake
borrowed from the sky

time tables ignored
mountains rise at their own pace
only God observes

tranquil and serene
undisturbed by man’s progress
nature’s oasis

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: emotions, encouraging,

Fight Off All Our Foes

Everybody knows
That to God want to propose
Hel fight off our foes.

Also want to say
God be in our lives today
Wash our sins away.

Sisters and brothers
God help us to help others
Make us be lovers.

Leave no one behind
May be woman or mankind
Which God has designed.

Have found peace at last
Sorrows remain in the past
Fly flags high on mast.

From now until then
We will not worry again
Now free from all sin.

James Thomas Horn
Retired Soldier and Poet

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: blessing,


Jog at skybridge
Dusk descends swiftly;
Deep darkness sums

Side by side we
Stride brisk and fast;
Stop clock moments

A neighbour smiles
Mobile cellphone chat;
Our feet speed away

Evening echoes
Cicada serenade;
Hazy ambience floats

Thoughts meander
Nothing to say;
Meal pack detour

Dinner for two
Me and you;
Silent melodrama

Digital TV
Sitcom sequesters;
Lavish drama serials

News in brief:
War, death, violence;
What else is new?

Bank account update
Cash flow and bills;
Thank God for money

Word for word
Sorry tales attest;
What happened where?

Mailbox excavation
Letters in a pile;
Billing gratitude

Leon Enriquez
26 June 2014

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: animals, education, inspirational, nature

Dew Drops On The Caladiums

Tiny circles form
On the edge of leaves sit
On caladiums

Water directed 
By God to provide moisture
To small living things

Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: happy, new year,


                                      steps on the threshold 
                                  of new two thousand sixteen
                                      Wish Happy new year 

                                       hopes that hovering 
                               let's renew and add nice dreams
                                         wish all to fulfill 

                                      let go past mistakes 
                               lay heart to make world better
                                     let's have loving smile  

                                      may God bless us all
                              come and bow down before Him 
                                      pray for all's wisdom 

Poem Details | by Ajitha Sharma |
Categories: beauty, blessing, morning,


Golden ray of sun
tickles the slender stem and
the lotus smiles pink!

Early morning dew
catches the ray, Lo! Rainbow
in the blade of grass!

Tiny sparrow chirps,
Thanking God for wondrous life.
A new day is here.

14th October 2015

Poem Details | by Wendy Watson |
Categories: joy, love, peace,


Life is so 
    why do we waste
        chances for
              perfectly placed?

Love is no 
   use if
      left undeclared.
         By words or
            deeds it
               needs to be shared.

And if our 
   hearts seek
       genuine peace,
           pride, hate and envy
               first need release.

   comes when
       with thankful hearts,
           we share with 
                   gifts God imparts.

Thus if we
   act with
      goodwill and grace
         we’ll leave this
             world a 
                far better place.


3/2/4 syllable count
'Charleku contest'  : Sponsored by: Charles Messina

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: birthday, celebration, life,


His birthday arrived

God's glorious gift received

Life's celebration!* 

© Demetrios Trifiatis
       16 August 2018

* Thank you my friends for with your visits and comments have
helped my little poem to be honored as a POTDI also would like 
to thank the officials of PS for the honor! God bless you all!

Poem Details | by Anil Deo |
Categories: 12th grade, adventure, allegory,

I LOVE MYSTERY and share Godward Meditation

God had a thought
That is the Universe
Including you, sun, stars, grasses
Like the Eternal Author
All else are merely prop and personae

God's thought may be like an Ocean
I enjoyed being a wave
From the tiniest drop in the ocean
I became a ripple; I grew
I loved growing.and rushing forward
Though I saw others bigger and more colorful
Crashing on the shores of mortality
Sinking back in Oneness with Ocean

I plunged forth, gathering speed and form
(Foam too, as I frothed at the competition)
I towered above other waves; was the envy of surfers
I can see I will crash and die
But I am in my prime, in the heart of Ocean
I cannot be a pessimist (so close to July 4th)
I keep moving on, hot sun or cloud notwithstanding:
Last night I dreamed of looking back at Ocean
To compare our relative sizes
I must have grown mighty, too, I dreamed
My ego was me: a false me, without steam
I know I will be part of Ocean again
In the mind of a Good God
Who thought the Universe in a split second
And the thought wants to make God the object?

Poem Details | by J.W. Earnings |
Categories: beautiful, deep, encouraging,

Love and Comfort

God's the God of love
Christ will return in no time
Comfort me, my dove

Poem Details | by John Loving III |
Categories: adventure,

sexy haiku

Sex is a science
You can use an appliance
Don't be shy at all

Tickle her fancy
By telling your fantasy
Make it sound a ball

Don't try to diet
If it's freaky just try it
Taste it with your tongue

Make it fast or slow
Keep it simple for god knows
When beast lose control

The gift of pleasure
To which there is no measure
That majestic flow

Bought sold tried or trend
All good things must come to end
Again, just say when

Poem Details | by Carol Sunshine Brown |
Categories: family, happiness, love, people,

Unconditional Love

with arms outstretched
brothers and sisters unite
love of God they share

Poem Details | by Sunshine Smile |
Categories: baby, blessing, sad, sweet,

- Haiku X 45 - Earth's Children -


 Rights to care and health
 Ebola - child is orphan
 A safe hand to hold 

 Long dark eyelashes
 Protect my little angel 
 God will make a way

 A-L Andresen :)
 Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: age, day, happiness, joy,

Morning Prayer

Yippee Ki Yo
Ki Yay 
Thank God     Another Day

Poem Details | by Mario DE PAZ |
Categories: friendship,


He is much depressed
He needs much comprehension
He sometimes is drunk

He is a good poet
He has in God a strong faith 
He feels so guilty

He becomes sober
He writes a faithful poem
He tries to be free

He is a souper
He finds solidarity
He has many friends

Poem Details | by Dawn Gordon |
Categories: faith

Happy Good Friday

Happy Good Friday, May God bless your day with light, To remember him

Poem Details | by Darlene Gifford |
Categories: body, moving on, rain,

Unexpected Homecoming

Summer storm flooding

in city cemetery,

bodies on the move.

Author's Note:  Some readers were confused over the last lineSo I changed the title and the last line to make the Haiku more clearOriginally it ;was (bodies by a box) And the title was (Mail Delivery) After the cemetery was flooded, in my mind, I saw God guiding those floating bodies to their loved one's homes, to once more be reunited with them, and for their reburial

Poem Details | by Theresa CW |
Categories: blessing, god, song, spiritual,

Sing to God

Sing to God

Autumn leaves falling
Soon winter will be so near
Sing to God with love.

Written: Oct13, 15

Poem Details | by Ken Duddle |
Categories: life, philosophy,

Reality Check

Talking to God is like writing to Santa but without the presents.

Poem Details | by Tonytocaa Camacho |
Categories: faith, journey, philosophy,

Just a thought

                                  I remember the songs I heard today
                                           Yesterday  Somewhat
                                        Tomorrow  God only knows

Poem Details | by Keith Trestrail |
Categories: beauty, nature,

Picture Perfect

a bridge to nowhere
over streams of consciousness -
betwixt God and time


For the Picture Perfect 
  Haiku #1 contest

      May 2015

Poem Details | by VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER |
Categories: cry, god,


Transfixed by NATURE

Poem Details | by Stephen Barry |
Categories: career, emotions, eulogy, farewell,

El Faro Haikus

( El Faro means the lighthouse)

El Faro #1

salt is in my tears
for the grace of god go I
Fiddlers Green awaits

El Faro #2

brothers and sisters
Joaquin cries tears of sadness
forever leeward

El Faro #3

El Faro now rest
sleep deep on your mothers floor
she has called for you

El Faro #4

no wave for granted
my heart is heavy today
listen to bells ring

El Faro #5

list fifteen to port
Edmund look for your cousin
hold fast  the mid-watch 

El Faro #6

no lighthouse to watch
irony not lost at sea
I long to hear you

El Faro #7

you believe in god
it pounds you like a hammer
green water swallows 

El Faro #8

with culpability
I think of the storms survived 
when resolve is breached

Categories: poetry,


From chaos to cosmos
From cosmos to Barbados
From Barbados to Cricket

Fifty odd years
CAT EEG Resurrection
An original me?

If you know
The fundamental difference
Between 1 and 2

First comes the moon
Second comes the yellow
Last come the clouds and bats

They move cannons
Blasting chicken fodders
Canon of polite society

The sun moves
From east to west
From Angels to Demons

12 billion years after
Jesus rose
To shed his blood

Shadows and the lights
A road between, a pass
Tomb and randomizer truss

F=(x, y, z)

Since x=y
Earth exists
And will be


A big number
But small

Translation x
Interpretation y
Transportation z

There is no one like you, 
And there is no God but you
Why kill?

The arrows
And a Japanese welcome

Swedish meadow elves
Warped, frame of reference

We are in God
Dead shall come alive again in God
There will be one house, hearth, Lord

11.2 km-secs
Escape velocity
To earth, to earth, to home

Blowing out a candle
Heaven interpretation
Nirvana, a candle

My opponents
Brought an oxymoron
For me, pretty ugly

A mirror

Lost in translation
Nothing lost in mistranslation
But you

Pigs are social insects
Bees are feral pigs
Cats are ants in a defense colony

Women in default mode
Susan, Mary, Debbie
Shower love on everybody

Bats and beeps
Critter’s wings
Pandora’s pigs

They smashed squirrels
It had happened, to a great extent
With us

If you need fire
Go to a dragon
A female dragon

With all calculations
I could not find
Her hemming and hawing

They died in summer
Drove car in winter
And married in fall

He misspelt 'love'
He was dead fifty tears back
In the act of correcting

Some chimps
    Some elephants
            Some ants

Let's go out to the field
And then and only then
Cain slew Abel

Note: They are not Haikus by form or convention but they are not null-haikus, non-haikus, proto-haikus, pre-haikus,rogue-haikus,rig-haikus or anything like thatThey are haikus by " spirit".

15th October,2015  19:35:29

Poem Details | by Tonytocaa Camacho |
Categories: faith, god,


                                               Under the stars above
                                                    Our earth below
                                                  Somewhere in light
                                                     Lies the magic
                                                          God is 

Poem Details | by Caryl Muzzey |
Categories: natural disastersrain, rain,

Mystic Rain

dark gray canopy 
swells with moist trailing essence
a drenching downpour

heaven weeps its gore
cries for oppressed multitude
paradise opens

mystic rain gushes
floods fill banks with mud and blood
silently God speaks 

Copyright © 2011  By Caryl SMuzzey

First Place Winner ~ "Dark Rain (Haiku)” Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: SKAT
Feb14, 2011

Poem Details | by Asif Andalib |
Categories: faith, hope, inspirational, life,

Cheer up

No more shedding tears
Cheer up, che sara sara –
You know God is near!

Poem Details | by marvin celestial |
Categories: courage, creation, emotions, introspection,

Inner is Outer

It's been quite awhile
Discern life's complexities
Toke more viewpoints

Futile mass events 
Authorities blame each one
Attracting mix ups

Life are like choices
More people can't accept it
A thoughtIs a thing

Living is dying
Light coexists with darkness

Men of God glimpse more
Worst valid visual events 
Prayers can't alter

Consciousness soar high
Crab mentality exists
Overflowing fears

Inner is outer
You exude what you attract
Embrace all of them.

Poem Details | by Brian Johnston |
Categories: nature, planet, perspective,

Haiku: Physics: Colored Perceptions

blue planet water
blue sky just scattered sunbeams
dusk's red, unbent light

Brian Johnston
July 28,2014

Poet's Notes: 
Isn't it great? Three wonders of nature explained in 17 wordsIt is so much fun 
sharing my love of Physics with othersLay people in general have no idea the 
treasure they are missingOf course Religious Literalists are the most deprived
They literally live in the stone age (and the rock is all between their ears!)

Physics is not a replacement for God in my mind, but rather, like a beautiful 
sunset, another way of viewing Him, of experiencing His love for usPhysics is 
just a different perspective of the same mountain as it were

God is mysterious (but he is also accessible) He is a humanist (loving us as 
He loves His own son) , a mathematician (the underpinnings of Physics) , a 
musician (think of the joy we experience in all harmonies, even discordant 
ones) , an artist (the waiting beauty of galaxies far exceeding the imagination 
of man) , a humorist (who besides me doesn't think that it is extremely funny 
that the Jews, as His chosen people, behaved no differently really than non-
Jews - God granting special favours clearly does not make us better people
'Just do this for me God and I will never stray! ' Really just hilarious!) , and on 
and on

Really, as usual, Einstein had a very interesting perspective that I think we 
should all embrace, 'Reality is an illusion! ' And so it is folks! The only posture 
appropriate in the presence of God is one of extreme humility (and gratitude) 
Let me quote one of my own echo poems here, Echo: Alone Too..

Alone….with the lost! Are prayers ever answered? 
Alone….my heart overwhelmedCould that be a prayer? 
I look at the rainbow as summer squall passes 
And find that I'm grateful that I am a player

Aren't all of life's problems, in the grand scheme of things (if we are honest) 
really little more than a 'summer squall? '

Poem Details | by Brian Johnston |
Categories: relationship,

Haiku: Lessons Women Taught Me

(A Haiku Trilogy)       

Stage 1

you don't share feelings
how can you say you love me
when I don't know you

Stage 2

you ask me nothing
only sharing your feelings
god you're self-absorbed 

Stage 3

cosmic truth just rocks
forever, all is stardust
(but women's feelings)     

Brian Johnston
July 30,2014

Poet's Notes: 
New: Why Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3? Well (this is funny) , it's kind of like
cancer, though, of course, cancer is not funny either to those going through it.

Also new: I like the inversion of the speakers complaint in the 2nd stanza as
well and the irony of the 3rd stanza too.

You should note that throughout the first two stanzas the speaker is negating
the other's feelingsReally it could be a man or a woman speaking in the first
two stanzas)The real question is, is the other really not sharing/listening or is
the speaker afraid to be loved (just making the other wrong)? The speaker
apparently teaches the other to share and then finds the other's sharing
annoyingMight the speaker not share with the other what the speaker wants
the other to ask the speaker about? Just a thought!  : -)   God avoiding
looking like a sexist is tough! Whew! Though of course, at heart I am still truly
sexist, and sorry ladies, the third stanza still stands (a stroke of genius) ! Ha! 

This poem is like watching the sun go down off the coast of CaliforniaYou and
God are having a nice glass of Merlot, no Piesporter Goldtropschen Spatlese, 
like sipping the nectar of honey suckle blossems when you were a kid (but with 
a kick)You realise that God is perfect and you aren'tAnd somehow that's OK,
because at least He loves you! (No woman is present!)

Poem Details | by Leon Stacey |
Categories: black african american, childhood,

The Photographer

Skies gray and rains blow;
Trees sway and creak like old stairs.
Thunder rolls and booms.

The den lights go out.
On the brown faux leather couch
Kids crowd together.

Whites of their eyes show.
"Shush! God is doing his work,"
Grandparents tell them.

Lightning bolt flashes,
Illuminates the front yard
And freezes the scene

Framed by porch windows;
He snaps candids from the storm,
Outside looking in.

Poem Details | by R.L. Bunch |
Categories: spiritual,

God's Harvest

Jesus is the vine, 
We are pruned by God to grow, 
The branches bear fruit.

Poem Details | by Valerie Staton |
Categories: love,


Perfection exists
in a most imperfect place.
I thank God for you.

Poem Details | by shannon farlouis |
Categories: holiday, hope, inspirational, love,

A New Year

Ring in the New Year,
with a joyful song of love.
Pray for the New Year,
to the awesome God above.

Poem Details | by Amy Green |
Categories: introspection, religion, science, perspective,

Dyaus' Rainbow Palette

Hues and crests from God

   Both a promise, and blessing-

       Only seen in spring.

Striking features true

  In minds of religious view-

        Punish the wicked.

Noah, only knew

   Covenant, words from his lips-

      Spoke to all beings.

All animals joined

   With some of Noah's own kin-

      Is that not a sin?

My view subjective
   *Dyaus' palette effective-

     Poet's perspective.



 * Dyaus- A god of the sky    

Poem Details | by Bernard Barclay |
Categories: anti bullying, wisdom,

Violence does not create belief

Silence reigns tonight
violence does not create belief
your respect is lost

Silence reigns tonight
terrorism destroy's respect
your respect is lost

heaven awaits you
not for creating God hatred
your respect is lost

Silence reigns tonight
respect is lost and pain grows
the world anger felt

Poem Details | by Vicki Acquah |
Categories: meaningful, spiritual, wisdom,


  Ignorance of self 
and God within yourself; 
Separates man from God.
Those who benefit from your ignorance
Separates you from your earthly.

Poem Details | by Brian Johnston |
Categories: faith,

Haiku: Trinity 2 - Revised

1God - Passionless Love

lotus blossoms float
waves of fireflies light night air
hold you in my arms

2Jesus - Executive Summary

sex sex sex sex sex
sex sex sex sex sex sex sex
sex sex sex sex sex 

3Holy Ghost - Scary Part

love that's felt not seen
surprise of stranger's aura
God's daily rainbow

Brian Johnston
November 22, 2015

Categories: poems,



Eight furry legs
Approaching black blob


Periplaneta americana 
Out of planet, preys on women's tuxedo
Blob of fat, smell, monster


Gunslinger, sniper


A junkyard
Sepulcher of machines




A baby lizard
Drops on my hand
Check in


Pay your bill today before 12 noon.


Ramp up, folks
Security with a squeeze
A point of no return


Critter in your bed
No orgasm


Dijon mustard,light mayonnaise 
Finely  ground black pepper, ketchup
finely grated love- red as fire


Bait on a hook
Plop, 0.001 second

Puti: a small fish found in shallow water
I have caught many Puti fishes in my childhood
and eaten whole deep-fried.


Eyes, a nest
Birdies singing
In hair golden moon


Turn on
Turn off


My cellphone is not loyal
It barks at me
And bites when my wife takes over


Always busy
To save me from the city nymphs
Does not know I have kept one in my wallet


In trellises
As cacophonous as a hen yard


Blow your air out
I am not a balloon


Doctor Hale
How do I look ?
Prestocaullocystectomically good


She is the smallest
No pips, wafer thin apparel
Naked in my mouth, sweetest


I am scared of 
These three sisters
I don't know their whereabouts

Wendy and Brahms
They could be twins
But socio-genetic wardrobe-dysfunction

Concentrate on this word
Concentrate concentrate
Anything? You need Marcos

My mother
My soul my beloved
My daughter my son friends poetrysoupers

My wife's territory
A tigress' den
They'll get bones on platter if I enter


Rhythm of her breathing
A dying fall

I don't like cheese
They are like bubblegum
Friends, I wink at the camera

Geodesic domes
Under Phoebes and Demos
The spear of God Mars

Black canvas
Georges Seurat

White concavity
Food for Gods
We give birth, tits erect,mom

She dropped a pen
I lifted the pen
She lifted fire

La Gioconda 
Did you love anybody?
Dis you smile?

A  jolt of laughter
A jolt of electricity
We are baboons


Poem Details | by David Pekrul |
Categories: christian, easter, good friday,

Easter Morn

Early Easter Morn,
Nature and the Deity,
Saints of God rejoice.

For Easter Haiku Contest

Poem Details | by daver austin |
Categories: devotion, faith, peace


nearly twelve o’clock
our tabby opens one eye
distant   “Oh  ho  ho!”

this one special night
the hen house door stands open
wily fox retreats

some little green men
from God knows where    see the light
       bow in silent prayer

meanest man on Earth
on his camel    hears the babe
vows eternal love

he trusted the Star
when the shepherd left his flock
wolves    by Star    transfixed

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: natural disasters,

The Evil Spirit

off west Africa rising from the ocean’s warmth a white ghost awakes thunder on the edge of the spirit’s calm cold eye wickedness surges vomiting hard rains the spirit whirls insanely trees below tremble unprotected souls scream inside a blast of sand clothes caught on bushes strong structures shatter by the time the spirit winds down mercy washed away (according to one source, the word hurricane has a Carib origin meaning God of Evil.) For the Hurricanes -Only Haiku Poetry Contest of SandyIvy Davis

Poem Details | by michael hornschuch |
Categories: faithgod, god,


My God is bigger than me
or am I my God ?
Is God me ?

Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: life,

Man's Worth

Worth is not measured
By those who may not like us
But God sees the heart

Poem Details | by Brian Johnston |
Categories: nature,

Haiku: Physics: Gravity Too

how it cuts the grain
yes earth's moon's unchanging face
heat loss from moon tides

Brian Johnston
July 28, 2014

This poem was inspired by Pandita Sanchez's Haiku called 'Gravity.' Read her 
poem as well for even more fun! 

Isn't it great? Nature's mysteries explained in 17 wordsDidn't you ever ask 
yourself why we only see one side of the moon? It does revolve you know, one 
complete revolution every 24 hoursHow is it possible that this is accidental? The 
answer is that, of course, it is not an accidentWhen the moon was spinning 
faster, there were tides on the moon just like we have tides on earthThese tides 
of lunar soil caused the moon to heat up but then that energy radiated off into 
spaceThe Laws of Conservation of Energy, then required the moon to slow 
down, to the speed it rotates at todaySince there are no longer tides caused by 
the moon's rotation, it has stopped slowing downGod I love Physics!