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Abdicate Poems | Examples of Abdicate Poetry

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List of Abdicate Poems

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Premium Member Poem MAINSTREAM Leon Enriquez Rhyme abdicate, allegory,
Co-dependent Confinement Rebecca Campbell I do not know? abdicate, dark, death,
Premium Member Poem Button Size of Both Brains James Horn Limerick abdicate, 1st grade , allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem The Monster In The Machine Bernard Chan Free verse abdicate, change, computer, future, science,
legs of women James Swartz Free verse abdicate, absence, appreciation, endurance, missing
To the younger generation Deryl McCauley Free verse abdicate, age, angst,
Premium Member Poem A Crow's Command Gregory R Barden Rhyme abdicate, adventure, courage, history, imagery,
The Oak Leaf Deborah Burch Sonnet abdicate, allegory, life, love, metaphor,
FREE INDEED Afolabi Oluwaseun Epic abdicate, anti bullying, anxiety, art,
Premium Member Poem Hanging on an Expensive Rope Funom Makama Couplet abdicate, adventure, anger, angst, anxiety,

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The Court of 64
by Jesse Rowe
The Court of 64
had declared war
thus ending all debate.
The king regarding
not a thing
for loyal subjects' fate
in haste decreed 
his ivory breed 
to crush the ebon stained.
The queen...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, fantasy, humor,

DELETE
by hien tran
DELETE
I am writing my poem to delete
The clouds and the rain are going to be obsolete
Are you feeling incomplete or sensing complete
Let's abdicate immediately, resign...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, allusion,

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Evil shadows any time and everywhere
by Kai Michael Neumann
Trains run alight terminate on time like clockwork 
never ending endless procession of precision conductors
the conducted walk down the line warped tracks of 
cynically divided...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, evil,

The Cold Felt After Hours
by Michael Zavaletta
Deftly you travel,
Be it ice or air,
Through atmospheric panels,
And liquid guard rails,
Days with no beginning,
Seasons with no end,
From the moment you began skating,
To the second...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, lonely,

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Elizabeth II
by Isaiah Zerbst
See there! She flies about the moor
Upon her favoured mount.
The waving, flowing grassy shore
bears hoofprints all about.
The waves her steed surmounts.
Her hair is flying here...

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Rhyme royal | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, children, dedication, england, horse,

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Elizabeth's Throne
by Sandra Haight
Elizabeth’s Throne

You still sit on England’s grand throne!

For sixty plus years crown you own!

Your subjects all wait—

Will you abdicate?

Will Charles make it to the King...

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Limerick | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, humor, mother, son,

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Certain Things
by James Horn
Certain Things

There are certain things I wish I knew
Had Jesus really been born a Jew
Were wise men present when and where
And a great gift each...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, religious, spiritual,

SOUL INGRATE
by Joel Thornton
 “SOUL INGRAIT”


Look where you have ended up. 
A place so filthy and lonely; 
us 
to dissever. 
Converse to interrupt 
Mutated to plastic; 
so fake,...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, absence, desire, faith, hurt,

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When Three Cousins Played
by Thomas Mansfield
Three cousins played a “game’ of war
A map of Europe spread across the floor
No adults there to keep the score
As each of them wanted more...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, war,

Voiceless Love
by Mckhy Styx Mallari
You're a man of few words, that's what I know.
How about a conversation? Come on let's go.
Is there any chance to be friend?
I hope smile...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, sad love

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Summer's End
by Barbara Gorelick



Summer's wearing saggy pants right now,
Tired and worn out with all the fun.
She's ready to take some time away,
And declare this season close to done....


She...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, summer,

Nowhere For You To Sleep
by Kim Morrison
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Villanelle | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, life, social,

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She wrote to me
by Therese Bacha
           She Wrote To Me

My secret lover I left you 5 years ago I could...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, dark, emotions, lost, love,

The Plains are Painted in Red
by Robert Pettit
His massive head was adorned with a wooly crown,
and his robes decorated with ermine of brown
What a majestic monarch roaming with regal grace.
He was mighty,...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, life, nature, horse,

Rhyniognatha hirsti
by James Ph. Kotsybar
Four hundred and eight million years or more
ago, these mandibled arthropods were alive
left years to languish in the fossil drawer,
unearthed again, just crushed remains survive.

These...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, science,

do you really know me
by John Castro
have you ever heard the devil whisper in your ear?
the acrimonious voice instilling guilt and fear

a satanic chauvinist who cherry picks your thoughts 
as you...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, introspection,

Prized Paradise
by David Smalling
Word from dream, the act of becoming, then woman
From Eve to Anat, the rib dribbled on the sand
Love and worship from dust of conviction life's...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, nostalgia, passion, god, women,

Abdicate
by Sarah Casey
Shattering the pieces,
a lullaby torn in two,
fairy-tale lies,
and unforgettable you.
I clench your jacket,
reminiscent flashbacks-
as I fall to my knees-
you aren't coming back.
And if by some...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, lost love, me, lost,

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Autumn Rain
by Joyce Johnson
...				Summertime is growing weary.
				Welcome to the autumn rain,
				A new season taking over
				Hydrating the earth again.

				Arid land with celebration
				Greedily absorbs each drip,
				With the dry and dusty...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, natureautumn,

The Queen of Dillard Holler
by Elton Camp
The Queen of Dillard Holler

By Elton Camp

Dillard Holler is down by the railroad track
Some places the street would be a cul de sac
Except that from...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abdicate, angstnight, night,