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Abandon Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
On Monmouth's Fields, Part I David Welch Epic Epic abandon, america, conflict, confusion, england,
Premium Member Poem Half-Orphaned - A letter to a son from a father in heaven Sima Mittal Free verse Free verse abandon, death, father son, forgiveness,
Fleeting Thoughts Steven McMorrow Free verse Free verse abandon, suicide,
Spin the Bottle Thomas Harrison Free verse Free verse abandon, body, break up,
Strangers Part II Mark Massey Crown of Sonnets Crown of Sonnets abandon, anxiety,
The Bloomfield Poetry Circle M. Renee Taylor Sonnet Sonnet abandon, appreciation, feelings, poems, society,
Baby Dead Birds Hate Their Mothers Earl Schumacker Free verse Free verse abandon, absence, abuse, appreciation, bird,
Premium Member Poem Harpers field douglas pederson Rhyme Rhyme abandon, nature,
Premium Member Poem The Dandelion Barbara Gorelick Free verse Free verse abandon, flower,
Premium Member Poem too many raindrops douglas pederson Free verse Free verse abandon, inspiration,
Premium Member Poem I M ALONE BUT NOT ALONE-PART 1 James Edward Lee Sr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse abandon, appreciation, assonance, bereavement, cheer
The promises of white Elephant Stewart Annie Everestus Free verse Free verse abandon, africa, depression, discrimination, fate,
3-28-19 William Forchion Free verse Free verse abandon, black african american,
PARALYZE NOT THE MINISTRY Beata Agustin Rhyme Rhyme abandon, blessing, christian, devotion, faith,
Forgiveness-SQ Subimal Sinha-Roy Quatrain Quatrain abandon, anger, forgiveness, god,
Alone In The Darkness Chrissy Rhone ABC ABC abandon, death, lost love, suicide,
Dove Dreams Pixie Dust Free verse Free verse abandon, appreciation,
Premium Member Poem The Old Man David McHattie Rhyme Rhyme abandon, humor,
My Friend Frank curtis johnson Couplet Couplet abandon, faith, friend, health, pain,
Down A Storm Drain purbasha roy Free verse Free verse abandon, conflict, dark,
Premium Member Poem Windsheer Enters My Soul Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse abandon, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Premium Member Poem --Ode to Grandson CARLIN NATHANIEL AUGUSTUS WILLIAMS-- James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse Free verse abandon, adventure, analogy, appreciation, funny,
Attention Lillian Lam Rhyme Rhyme abandon, sad,
Premium Member Poem JUNKYARD MOON Line Gauthier Jueju Jueju abandon, abuse, angst, anxiety, betrayal,
Premium Member Poem Spring Is ln The Air Edward Ibeh Rhyme Rhyme abandon, allegory, happiness, imagery, seasons,
Premium Member Poem Fluffy Tailed Acrobats Caren Krutsinger Personification Personification abandon, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
As Somber Sleep Falls upon Saturn Robby's Multimedia Poetry Blank verse Blank verse abandon, dark, meaningful, metaphor, philosophy,
worlds within worlds lost in inner space jake aller Free verse Free verse abandon, dream, drug, mental illness,
A Scraping of Shovels Larry Bradfield Rhyme Rhyme abandon, death,
Premium Member Poem LEAVING THIS EARTH RICHARD RODRIGUEZ Prose Poetry Prose Poetry abandon, desire, science,
Premium Member Poem Grinning Vindicator Steven Delauder Free verse Free verse abandon, conflict, dark, encouraging, poetry,
Relapse Catelyn Meeker Free verse Free verse abandon, abuse, anxiety, courage, dark,
Premium Member Poem Carry My Shadow Therese Bacha Bio Bio abandon, anxiety, cry,
Premium Member Poem Is The End Nigh Tom Wright Lyric Lyric abandon, fate, god, how i
I see Anoucheka Gangabissoon Free verse Free verse abandon, fantasy, image, imagery, inspirational
I dreamed a dream Anoucheka Gangabissoon Free verse Free verse abandon, faith, god, mystery, romance,
You Can't Just Leave J.W. Earnings Lyric Lyric abandon, angst,
Dragon Julia Williamson Free verse Free verse abandon, allegory, betrayal, confidence, feelings,
Premium Member Poem AND SO IT BEGINS nette onclaud Free verse Free verse abandon, august, dance,
Premium Member Poem Full Flight of a Drifter Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse abandon, freedom,
Premium Member Poem CoOperative Communication Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse abandon, caregiving, community, health, history,
The Forsaken Olivia Estep I do not know? I do not know? abandon, conflict, dark, death, earth,
Premium Member Poem Dreams Tom Wright Free verse Free verse abandon, dream,
A Valentine's Dream - Valentines Collection Vladislav Raven Villanelle Villanelle abandon, dream, joy, love,
A Poem In Which Nothing Is True Isaac Werner Prose Poetry Prose Poetry abandon, 11th grade, analogy, religion,
Parasomnia Joshua Morales Lyric Lyric abandon, analogy, anxiety, art, sin,
Premium Member Poem My Magical Kite Gary Smith Rhyme Rhyme abandon, peace, silence, solitude,
Premium Member Poem HERE I AM JUST A MAN--- James Edward Lee Sr. Light Verse Light Verse abandon, analogy, creation, desire,
Hopelessness Domenico Michael I do not know? I do not know? abandon, anxiety, confusion, cry, for
Premium Member Poem Dancing, Writing, Photography Dear Heart Acrostic Acrostic abandon, dance, how i feel,

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Abandon Poem Example

When Madness Rides on Moonlight

Days pass into the weak, loveless nights. The moon blinks.
The stars swirl beneath Van Gogh’s brush, as he links.
Comet light passes twisting cypresses, a schizophrenic’s concussion.
On and on, the wind twirls the trees, and does not complain,
nor, does the cosmos cringe awaiting reciprocation.
Lightning bugs mimic the stars. Atoms sneer.

Those who spout love and friendship abandon him, sneering.
Their images dance beneath his lids, when he blinks.
Though denied a compass, his soul does not reciprocate.
Through pain, physical and mental, he still connects, links
with the life which absorbs and excludes him, not complaining.
Nights pass without his mistress, Sien. His mind is concussive.

His face trembles torn in the brass sounds of the storm’s concussions.
The butcher, the baker, the candlestick-maker, all of them, sneer. 
How unmerciful, this cycle, this God to whom he does not complain.
If lack of mercy is just, may he not know why? Time blinks.
Thinking causes pain. Only painting connects him, he links.
He accepts art and the pain, as gifts, choosing not to reciprocate.

Voices, the paint, the moon, the voices say, reciprocate.
He chases mice. The cheese plate falls with a loud concussion.
He rubs his gnarled hands across his lids. He maintains the link. 
How? Why? But, the mice eating his cheese only sneer.
The sunflowers shimmer and wiggle in their vase, as he blinks.
Stumbling, he falls attempting to sit, the chair does not complain.

He had thought God clear as sunlight; yet, the paint complained. 
He was not God; he could not capture the light. He must reciprocate.
After all, who was he, but a mere man, ashes to dust; life blinks.
Ah death, le grand mal, no minor concussion,
He must escape, join the celestial spin, and avoid their sneers.
Sick, yes, sick to death of not being understood, not linking.

The brushes call. He prostitutes himself. Oil spills, connecting, linking.
Theo, brother, never would he forgive. Many others would complain.
Ah, Gauguin, His dear friend, he would understand and not sneer.
If God was truly a loving God, surely, he thought; God will not reciprocate.
The mockers who did not live in Dante’s nine levels of hellish concussion,
they will call his actions cowardly. Merciless, they did not live between the blinks.

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