Doorkeeper poems are Christian poems and Bible verses referring to believers as doorkeepers of God or poems containing the word "doorkeeper" in them. "A Doorkeeper" by Victor Darnell Hadnot and Psalms 84:10 are examples of the former, while "The Doorkeeper" by Matthew Rowe is an example of the latter.
Poetry comes from the Greek word "poieo" which means "I create." It is a literary or oral art form which uses the aesthetic and rhythm of language to evoke emotive responses. Various forms of poetry differ in organization of lines, use of meter and other elements such as rhyme, alliteration and assonance. Poetry is frequently difficult to translate into other languages due to its nuance of meaning. Some types of poetry are unique to specific cultures.