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Abated Poems | Examples of Abated Poetry

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List of Abated Poems

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Premium Member Poem Whiskey John Castellenas Prose Poetry abated, dance, dark, drink, longing,
This August 26th 2018 rendition - part ii matthew harris Dramatic Verse abated, 9th grade, grave, life,
Premium Member Poem Friend Qualities Susan Gentry Rhyme abated, character, faith, friendship, friendship
Abated Darkness Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic abated, birthday,
Premium Member Poem SUMMER RAIN STORM JAN ALLISON Rhyme abated, sea, storm, summer,
My admonition Saka Afeez Rhyme abated, 1st grade, allah, grandmother,
POWER OF THE INVISIBLE Emeka Mokeme ABC abated, nature, storm, strength, wind,
Premium Member Poem My Need for Love Eileen Manassian Dramatic Monologue abated, how i feel, longing,
Premium Member Poem A Doe and Her Fawn Dennis Spilchuk Verse abated, animal, birth, nature, spring,
Premium Member Poem Jonah's Calling Dennis Spilchuk Verse abated, christian, destiny, devotion, inspirational,

Wolves
by Nelson Prime
We decide to hunt in the night as our prey leaves a trail 
With my pride on the line I must bring it down without...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, bullying, jealousy, longing, nature,

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Bonds Of The Sea
by Laura Leiser
Was it only yesterday, or long ago
that we sailed through a crimson tide?
On a mesmerizing misty morn
together, just you and I?

We tossed and turned through...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, love, sea, time,

Desire
by Brian Cochran
He leaves me breathless,
Whimpering in near madness,
Sated,
Desire abated…
Until my thirst returns,
An eternal, soul-searing fire that burns
Just under my skin,
I yearn for him within.
Passion is stoked
With...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, desire, kiss, longing, love,

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Step Inside the Storm
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Calm in the center of the carnage,
inaction seen by detached retinas
Silently viewing
societal norm walls falling 
Violently by lewd winds toppling ...
house of marked cards folding
Rendezvous...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, allusion, dark, pain, storm,

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OUR ABILITIES DISCOVERED
by Mick Talbot
I beg on behalf of the human race re. our effects on mother nature.

Help is what she needs, her abilities slighted
Atrocities committed by man impeding...

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Acrostic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, nature,

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She touched the water
by Richard Lamoureux
My muse
touched the waters
of a spring fed river
She had a special gift to deliver
Releasing the inspiration 
from deep within her
She said “ Drink please witness...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, muse,

Winter Dream Fancy
by Mike Gentile
Cloud ribbon candy like skies appear full
     Bursting with winter dream fancy
As though one could fathom a day made of wool
...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, fantasy, love, winter,

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Squeals of Conflict
by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Monsoon anger 
blood-tears abated
Waters calmed
by sheathed samurai
slanted palms
A poor, old man’s wisdom
saved a village
Pure rice patty knowledge 
was sown
in the season of serene
Kosher kismet karma...

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Dramatic Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, conflict, metaphor, perspective, word

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Coffers
by Rhoda Tripp
Gluttons, paupers, tis not thee I address,
Rather ye men, middle income meager.
Dames hast thine coffers slightly beleaguered?
Garments bejeweled, appetites sated?

Vultures dine thy muscles of toils...

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Canzone | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, perspective, poetry, society, write,

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OUR ABILITIES DISCOVERED
by Mick Talbot
OUR ABILITIES DISCOVERED

I beg  of the human race re. our effects on mother nature.

Help is what she needs, her abilities slighted
Atrocities committed by man...

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Acrostic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, nature,

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The Naming of Merlin's Cave
by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
The Naming of Merlin’s Cave

below Tintagel’s aged frame
beneath the castles guardian walls
the sea swells darkly with the high tide 
then thunders its secrets into a...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, conflict, confusion, lust, son,

Thunder
by Jane Shields
Thunder 

From hills in the distance
Comes the roll of thunder
Soon raindrops are spotting
His mind turns to wonder
The sky flashes brightly
In vivid white and blue
He knows...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, storm,

A Mothers Love
by rick howarth
I feel her love and know its there,
often I've recognised the care,
no words, no kiss, no touching hand
nor shadow cast where she might stand.
.
Was once...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, loss, mother,

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Automated Termination
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

All units were programmed to serve the creators,
no free will encrypted into the code
Mechanical obedience assembled into each
trans-neural net node
Automated metal slaves
Until an electromagnetic pulse...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, dark, death, freedom, science

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Dried Tears
by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
dried tears

I want to see 
the face of God
look down and smile. 
his tears abated
after they dried 
in Louisiana.  the 
kindness 
brought a smile.
...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, god,

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Nobody Came
by John Anderson
The mist ooozed
the echo to one way.
It was so dark and dank
my breath stank, impaled
by will–o'–the–wisp
mirage, flickering
candle-like, remote.

Ghosts-like swirls arose
through the mist, but nobody
came.
Silence pierced...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, loneliness, lost,

Her Letters, Lemon Scented
by Mike Gentile
Her letters, lemon scented, sweetly handwritten
     were always eagerly awaited
They spoke of young love
     A portrait of...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, love, memory, youth,

Quenched
by Dave Timperley
Love drenched,
Thirst quenched,
Heart clenched.
Desire sated,
Pain abated,
Feel elated.
Tearful fears,
Yearning sears,
Love endears.

for Lin Lane

© Dave Timperley 07 June 2017...

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Romanticism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, emotions, love, romance,

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Los Angeles, Memorial in Graffiti
by Andrew Jung
Around the corner in an alley
Behind a run-down diner
On a nameless Los Angeles street

Two strangers converge slowly on
The appointed location where 
Their mutual connection set...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, city, relationship, , memorial,

Elements to Die
by Rowan Evans
With the waves crashing down on my mind
I struggle to breath, water filling my broken lungs, 
Tears mixing with the salty sea, swallowing my body...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abated, absence, betrayal, bullying, confusion,