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Abed Poems

Abed Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of abed poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for abed.

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What Lies Between Us
Daybreak arose when night had passed
Lush meadows mantled with drops of dew
Craving, I eagerly broke the morning fast
and eagerly reached my arms out for you

Our hunger sated, but we lingered abed
Once again, we were starving to death
What lies between us...Read More
Categories: abed, love, morning,
Form: Rhyme

Lovely hate crimes spate trumpeted violent trend
Lovely hate crimes spate – trumpeted violent trend
(posthumous playful note to posterity kith unsealed
courtesy yours truly once deceased and cremated.) glad tubby gratefully dead
butta shaw miss dug hid ole days
when violence highly overrated
unlike current rooted locked dread,
aye wax poetically nostalgic...Read More
Categories: abed, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, dark,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member Do Not Disturb This Slumber
My sleep is dream-filled now --
imagined scenes, practiced dialogues,
never-voiced retorts --
fervid comments, loving words.
I resist awaking, lie in bed
clinging to a dream world --
and to that mind-constructed me within it --
to that better, truer self, 
that ached-for rosy apparition.
Do not...Read More
Categories: abed, allusion, dream, fantasy, peace,
Form: Free verse
C'mon Gimme A Botox Smile
C'mon Gimme A Botox Smile!

'Pon bing asked by spouse, while she didst dock
and pooched herself abed 
handily at nine o'clock
to see "handsome" pedigree dentastix
dog face of yours truly, me no Kid Rock
yea just a chip off the

ole likeness ice sculptured...Read More
Categories: abed, funny, giggle, halloween, hilarious, humorous, husband, recovery
Form: Free verse
Night Shoes
Night shoes wait ‘til we’re abed
and tiptoe ‘round the room.
Slipping through the shadows,
and sliding through the gloom.
They wait where it is darkest,
where we can’t see at all,
they jump out into our path…
to make us trip and fall.

NIGHT SHOES Poetry Contest
Sponsored...Read More
Categories: abed, humor, night,
Form: Rhyme

Highland Manor Coveted Hideaway
Temporary salient sunny solitary sight
does dole divine delight,
asper this dada to imbibe
delicious draught when uptight
fraught, viz sunkist radiant photons

packets of energy with
life giving hefty might
to warm formerly frost bitten cockles,
which secluded niche bracketed by slight
recess, where perpendicular brick walls

converge, forming...Read More
Categories: abed, april, beautiful, body, husband, kiss, paradise, sunshine,
Form: Free verse
Destiny Wed
In the Song Of The Muses,
  the Prince heard his Queen

Now locked in a convent,
  her beauty unseen

The tower lay distant,
  its ramparts on guard

Just one point of entry
  a hero’s reward

The mist in the valley
...Read More
Categories: abed, destiny, wedding,
Form: Rhyme
A train whistle riles up the dozing , dogs
They bray like coon hounds then shiver back to sleep
A honeysuckle screen quivers and dreams
The boys and the dogs are off to round up sheep

Smokey silence hisses with gas lamplight
Pipes on porches...Read More
Categories: abed, growing up, writing,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member In Dreams, Her Spirit Sallied Forth: with Lin Lane
In Dreams, Her Spirit Sallied Forth: with Lin Lane

Through frigid months, she waited for Spring rains
to give relief and ease heartbroken pains,
Nature will award that which Life commands
placing her true love, in its gentle hands.
O'sweet promise of passion's fine delights,
candlelight...Read More
Categories: abed, appreciation, art, creation, marriage, meaningful, passion, soulmate,
Form: Rhyme
In Dreams, Her Spirit Sallied Forth: with Robert Lindley
Through frigid months, she waited for Spring rains
to give relief and ease heartbroken pains,
Nature will award that which Life commands
placing her true love, in its gentle hands.
O'sweet promise of passion's fine delights,
candlelight dinners and intimate nights.

With eager dreams her spirit...Read More
Categories: abed, loneliness, love,
Form: Rhyme

Hyde Bound Fiend Waged Ominous War
This misanthrope lived
     most all his life alone,
yet upon awakening
     this very early morn,
     mine eyes saw me prone
naked body adrip atop
     blood soaked...Read More
Categories: abed, animal, body, dark, evil, london, night, red,
Form: Free verse
The Freedom To Sleep Late
Though rather tepid,
     this aspect of my life,
     I coon sitter tubby cool
and hoop fully ye
     (unknown reader
     will quickly warm)
   ...Read More
Categories: abed, 11th grade, deep, dream, good night, journey,
Form: Free verse
Money A-Bed
The smells of lilacs, hyacinths A+ grade
Singing Sade smooth operator
A Bed money growing on the tree
in her shade
Fifty shades darker pick your lover
And know who is the shady mentor 

We got enhanced our bodies
like the prancer the globetrotter
Flaming heats he's...Read More
Categories: abed, appreciation, deep, desire, destiny, feelings, good night,
Form: Romanticism
Call to arms

(* to be read in the style of Heny V before the battle of Agincourt)

To arms! To arms!
Men of the Shires, rouse from your winter sleep
the game's afoot, waste no more time abed,
to Hardware stores you have a date to...Read More
Categories: abed, house, humor,
Form: Rhyme
You Foolishly Once Thought You Had It Bad: A Collaboration
When tons of doom filled nights fall on your head,
hot embers glow and fires burn unabated,
you recall her last breath and wish you were dead.
In a poem's sad lines you've been castrated.
From the heavens a voice thunders dire threats
about losses...Read More
Categories: abed, dream, fear,
Form: Rhyme
father, brother, friend, counselor
Brother of late Gabriel, Mary, Pokedia, Salome and Elizabeth
Lover of poetry, Volleyball, and basketball
Who feels love, pain and sympathy
Who fears disappointment, disagreement and hate
Who would like to see Athens, Brazil and Palestine
Resident of Mwanza, Tanzania
Abed....Read More
Categories: abed, me,
Form: Bio
Premium Member My Slumbering Muse
My Slumbering Muse

     My slumbering Muse in her hidden dreams

     Has slept still beside me and not stirred,

     And though in shallow sleep, or so it seems,

 ...Read More
Categories: abed, muse, sleep,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member WE ARE NO MORE
By Vicki Acquah on Thursday, April 18, 2013 
Prince Kennedy & Oladeji Vicki Acquah

We- are gone
diluted into oblivion
we have nothing left but our footprints
The handwriting is no longer on the wall
The noses are broken off 
we are no longer us
Obscurely...Read More
Categories: abed, art, emotions, racism, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member CHRISTMAS EVE

He lay abed
That most tranquil of nights
Aghast at moon and stars
Dad had painted for his delight

In one charmed corner
A spider was swinging
From his thready design
Outside   strolling carolers singing

Then he rubbed his eyes
In wonder and awe
Blinked the pair...Read More
Categories: abed, anti bullying, christmas,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Celts

I love you he said as he lay supine abed.
Through veiled tears masked by a smile,
she glowed comely, masking fear and dread,
kissing weathered cheeks, gently,
her wares availed
and duly spread.
A gift of love to offer only one.

All pangs of fear now...Read More
Categories: abed, love,
Form: Free verse
Nature's Best

Nature’s Best

A coolness of the breeze whispers
Among the trees in a frolic lisper
As the squirrels chatter away
and a dog chases a boy in play.
The rose opens for all to see
God’s image of art so carefree.

Clouds cover and put sun abed
time...Read More
Categories: abed, inspiration, religious,
Form: Rhyme
In a Castle on a Hill
'Twas long ago in a castle on a hill, I lay abed on my lavender pillow.
A soft breeze stirred my thoughts as it whispered through yon willow.
Deep in purple twilight moments, on the verge of sleep it seems,
I rode upon...Read More
Categories: abed, desire,
Form: Rhyme
My heart beats faster,
just whenever she passes by,
her walking posture different from that of mere men,
the soil receives her every step with grace,
and the breeze whistles a song so melodious,
a million years and more
wait i,
having no courage for my mind...Read More
Categories: abed, desire,
Form: Lyric
I am
I am
I am not what I think I am
I am not what you think I am
I am what I think you think I am

I appreciate the appreciated
I praise the praised
I never say no to nobody
I am what I think you...Read More
Categories: abed, poetry,
Form: I do not know?
live from hand to mouth
Live from hand to mouth

More meritorious than to live from hand to mouth
With no reserve to depend on,
And far better than
Keeping body and soul together
In hopeless destination
Make ends meet
Tete era ne nne
        ...Read More
Categories: abed, life,
Form: I do not know?