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Abductor Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Fear Kayla Evans Free verse Free verse abductor, fear, freedom,
Premium Member Poem The Neighbor Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry Prose Poetry abductor, friendship love, irony, mystery,
Riding on with a Beating Heart The Moustached Bard Rhyme Rhyme abductor, adventure, fantasy, funny love,
Osama Bin Laden Macaulay Akinbami Burlesque Burlesque abductor, angst, religion, satire, peace,

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Abductor Poem Example

Riding on with a Beating Heart

Sometimes a normal life can become epic,
But this thing called fate has a bag full of tricks.

Every day in my village, out of the window,
I saw the face of a graceful belle who had the sun’s glow.

I wanted to confess my love for her but the time wasn’t right;
A mysterious man from the faraway castle kidnapped her one night.

She needed help I thought; she left without a goodbye.
I knew I needed to do something not just lament & cry.

So the cat inside me turned into a lion,
And I rode off on my steed with arms of iron.

I travelled for long, cold nights, ten,
In the Valley of Ice where everything was frozen.

The only thing keeping me alive was my love,
As I faced creatures like that dragon from above.

The scaly beast wanted to eat me; it roared loudly bringing my ears pain.
But the sound created an avalanche and the next moment, it got slain.

I kept on walking, covered in white from head to toe.
Little did I know that I was yet to face the wicked dwarves of the snow?

But on seeing me half frozen, half wounded, they got scared and ran.
The puny blokes might have thought that I am an abominable snowman!

So after surviving these hours of tiredness & frustration,
I finally saw the gates of that majestic castle; I had reached my destination.

The doors to the fort were surprisingly not closed.
And the deadly crocodiles in the pool had lazily dozed.

I got inside and saw a hairy, cruel looking beast.
Looked like he could eat a hundred men for a feast.

I felt like killing him but his sight had turned my skin white & pale.
Then I saw that he was being hugged by a belle, it was the same female.

I got shocked but she told me the beast was actually kind.
	And so she began to love her abductor; I realized that love was blind!

The brute turned out to be a good fellow with a heart of gold.
Needed he someone to give him company in this lonely blanket of cold.

Then I bid the couple adieu with a heavy heart.
And I rode on to a new place for a new start.

I had cheated death but failed to win the girl who I thought was mine.
Still, I’m not distressed anymore, at least she’s smiling & fine.

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