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Abhorrence Poems | Examples of Abhorrence Poetry

Abhorrence Poems. Below are examples of poems about abhorrence. This list of poetry about abhorrence is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of abhorrence poetry. This list of works about abhorrence is a great resource for examples of abhorrence poems and show how to write poems about abhorrence. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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List of Abhorrence Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
From Now on Sammy Dee Free verse abhorrence, angst, anxiety, beautiful, cinderella,
I Saw You Again Yesterday john fleming Rhyme abhorrence, romance,
A break up Lekha Sharma Couplet abhorrence, betrayal, break up, depression,
God is not tired yet Subimal Sinha-Roy Free verse abhorrence, god, world,
After the Abortion Charlotte Jade Puddifoot Free verse abhorrence, abortion,
Inside Brea Pond Free verse abhorrence, growth,
Choose The Love Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic abhorrence, birthday,
Peace Mugisho Theophile ABC abhorrence, environment, nature, peace,
Premium Member Poem Self-Disgust Brendan J. Simons Rhyme abhorrence, depression, love,
My Best Wishes Md Shahadat Hossain Classicism abhorrence, dedication, desire, devotion, dream,

Love
by collen gaga
Love …

The power of power rests in her hands
She syndicates two together to generate voluminous.
She is so-called pressure by others for imperceptible she is, but...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, love, true love,

STOP ALL WARS
by James Long






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"Who
is this 
speaking 
what can I
say for the
bereaved - lost
amid the shell of
their bitterness
and abhorrence?"


"Who will reject this
speak for their plight
rejoice with them,...

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Concrete | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, visionary, voice, war, wisdom,

Morning Wheat - A Concrete Poetic Prose Work
by James Long










~ Morning Wheat ~ (A Pros Poetry Works) ~


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    ""Grace,
    faith
   ...

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Concrete | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, analogy, autumn, baptism, beautiful,

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TO ACCLIMATE ACADEMIA - SOCIAL THEOLOGICAL STUDIES
by Verlena S. Walker
TO ACCLIMATE ACADEMIA - SOCIAL THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

Once God confused the languages, humanity processed out to form religion.
Yet, creation had given us our own separate places
WHEREFORE,...

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Dramatic monologue | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, bible, change, community, creation,

Edifying Speech
by Gordon McConnell
God glorifying words so in lack
such desires seem not at heart
this is abhorrence to God's law
which commands perfection not a part
 
The one who commands...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, spiritual, spoken word, words,

New Year 366 Page 20
by Owen Yeates
Muffin

Your sedate and quiet you like a hug
You don't like others you to bug
You want a tummy tickle and a kiss
A walk in the park...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, celebration,

New Year 366 Page 19
by Owen Yeates
Muffin

Your sedate and quiet you like a hug
You don't like others you to bug
You want a tummy tickle and a kiss
A walk in the park...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, celebration,

The State of Your Hands
by Gordon McConnell
Our hands are ours to use
so many things they can do
but the most important point
is the moral state of these two

God has declared His holiness
for...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, body, god, spiritual,

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Obesity and Harry
by Rhoda Monihan
I was transfixed with Chuckie Egg sometimes, 
By Harry who was obese but with very thin legs, 
Which to me looked too slim for his...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, allegory, computer, freedom, fun,

Pregnancy
by Abdelwaheb dhaou
A poem tribute to the lady caught hanging at the window of the concert hall during the Paris carnage.

Help ! I'm pregnant.

She was perilously clutching
Tooth...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, hurt,

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Crimson Shadow
by James Inman
Sitting, thinking, darkness pervades
Crimson shadows stain my brain
My thoughts awash in shades of grey
Nothingness... nothing, only pain

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Oh, the stains, the crimson stains!
Oh, how the stains...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, confusion, crazy, dark,

The Crosses In Your Eyes
by KP Nunez
You never really knew the beauty of your soul.
Of how it is possible to be both old and young
within the same body that tells about...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, friendship, tribute,

Finding Unobscured Serenity
by jill spagnola
Finding Unobscured Serenity

Abhorrence fills Earth
Benevolence is here too
Humans find a gripe
Seeking approval of like
Affection endures despite

Conflict upheaval
Simply love outweighs hatred
Purifying those
Desiring true harmony 
With due...

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Tanka | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, earth, simple, wisdom,

Yes, The Star-Spangled Banner Still Waves
by Hannington Mumo
Francis Scott Key: 
“O say, does that Star - Spangled Banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?”

The Answer:

Yes,...

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Ode | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, political,

Besetting the tempest
by Abdelwaheb dhaou
Besetting the tempest

Confronting the bad wind which blows 
Browbeating in its way everything that grows
Respires tolerance,peace,security long taken for granted
Ousting seeds of faith painstakingly implanted

Mislay...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, allegory, prejudice,

Hole- Part Two
by Owen Shaw
Onward and into the darkest room of plague and pestilence.
Gruesome scenes wholly worthy of disgust and abhorrence.
She clutched herself deeply; vomiting, screaming, collapsing.

She wished she...

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Prose | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, addiction,

If it was not
by ANDREW DAMOTO
If it was not….

If it was not by weapon,
My folks would have slain me with abhorrence.
If it was not inherently,
I would be their Desperado King...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, analogy, anxiety, bereavement, betrayal,

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Steeped in Virginal Dreams
by Eileen Manassian
Knowledge gained liberates or mutilates.
Ramifications of reality’s realm reached
make your insides want to abandon the body ship.
Rocking back and forth as you hurl dry acidic...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, pain,

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SEED OF WISDOM
by Demetrios Trifiatis


The seed of wisdom can never 
Sprout 

In 

The soil of prejudice and 
Abhorrence!



© Demetrios Trifiatis
    29 AUGUST 2014
...

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Epigram | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, education, introspection, prejudice,

Misplaced Care
by Kaye Locke
At first glance I thought
It was a toy, a ragged thing,
perhaps dropped by a small boy.
Lost or abandoned?
Either way
it was being trampled on today

The pavement...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abhorrence, allegory,