This article takes the works included in Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s Poetry and Lyrics for the World as a research object and uses the rescue spirit of Humanistic Buddhism as a ladder to demonstrate Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s poems. The article aims to reveal Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s compassion and wisdom thoughts of relieving suffering and giving happiness in order to prove that The Poetry and Lyrics for the World is intended to have readers imperceptibly inspire Buddha’s thoughts to be able to walk up on to the path of liberation through the cultivation of Thirty-seven Taoism, which is equivalent to the Buddha’s great Bodhicitta of “sentient being’s sickness as mine”. The article first discusses the essentials of Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s Humanistic Buddhism and finds out from various works written by Venerable Master Hsing Yun that the philosophy of Humanistic Buddhism is based on Mahayana Buddhism such as “All beings are equal” and “Everyone can become a Buddha”. Secondly, discussing The Poetry and Lyrics for the World is indeed a book with Buddhist wisdom, then analyzing the poem “Poetry writing the theory of Uphold All Good Deeds” in The Poetry and Lyrics for the World, in which “The Song of Seven Commandments” especially contains comprehensive way of life. Finally, discussing “The Prayer” in which contains Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s deep Budda’s mind and the human beings’ highest virtue of filial piety. The article concludes two aspects of the value in Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s Poetry contributing to the world: The first, poetry is the tradition of Buddhist Scriptures; however, such specific poetry for propagating Buddhism almost like a newversion of Gatha and Geya. The second, Venerable Master Hsing Yun using such the way to propagating Humanistic Buddhism does inherit the tradition of Buddhist vernacular poetry, it is an expression of ordinary, equal and compassionate mind without persistence.