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Abhors Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of abhors 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 abhors.

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Premium Member Democracy On Fire
In "On Fire"
Naomi Klein reminds us
win/lose capitalism invites a cooperative action vacuum
and abhors restrictions on money-accumulating freedom,

But Earth,
healthy global climates,
wealthy ecosystems
invite regenerative win/win climax
of cooperatively nurturing health systems
and abhor inhumane definitions of "wealth"
as privately-held and autonomously sequestered currency
energy
natural resources
human resources
labor
equity
capital.

Climate...Read More
Categories: abhors, earth, engagement, health, integrity, political, psychological, social,
Form: Political Verse



Premium Member TWAS THE NIGHT WHEN CHRISTMAS WENT WRONG

Twas the night before Christmas - came like a flash,
Mob of gingerbread reindeer prodding elves for cache.

The Clausman reigning, doling out orders this stint.
Lady of his, keeps his tongue supplied with peppermints.

The vainglorious list of children, like snow through the...Read More
Categories: abhors, christmas, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Timely Death of a Muse
My muse died today.
Although how could I lose
abuse
or amuse
what was never mine to use
as I see fit,
hear fitness,
feel fitfully?

This muse dies tonight
not from old age
as I had long predicted
must be my sad and unread case,
but for a new voice
or vice,
for...Read More
Categories: abhors, humanity, humor, integrity, muse, music, mystery, myth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Life Spent

Life spent in lonely voyages of self
a solitary love of ebbs and flows
lies longing for the loss of inner wealth
await the distant tide of westward blows

Clinched fingers fail to grasp forever’s pall
slow filtering time’s sands cannot forget
lest pain usurp the...Read More
Categories: abhors, longing, love, sea,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member I Love Advice
Advice came out her ying-yang.
Advice came out her pores.
Advice saturated her arms and legs.
Advice that most abhors.

We saw her in the grocery,
We saw her buy her cloves.
We averted our eyes and
We ran away in droves.

She appealed to children
Brought them candy...Read More
Categories: abhors, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Sprung in the Air

‘Get the motor running head out on the highway looking for adventure’

Well it is only the council road with potholes but Oliver races his pushbike

Walkman headphones sound ‘Born to be wild’ or Attention Deficit Disorder

But there is no doubt in...Read More
Categories: abhors, spring,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Colour of My Heart
Now brown, the once-blue brook meanders down
To dams where sludge has chased beavers away
As species die, our Mother casts a frown
For Nature can’t control man or his way

From fracking, tapping minerals, she groans
She coughs, red lava spews from Mother’s pores
With...Read More
Categories: abhors, nature, pollution,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Sacramental Ecology
Communion
reversed
grows feelings of narcissistic isolation.

Isolation
reversed
invites empowering cooperation.

Cooperation
reversed
requires competitive capitalization.

Capitalism
begets
Win/Lose strategic
Business as bottom economic line
Usual.

BusinessAsUsual
begets
monocultural monopolistic fantasies.

Monopoly Win fantasies
beget
monotheistic loyalty games
speaking patriotism
whispering worship.

Monotheistic loyalty
begets
isolation.

Isolation
reversed
invites active communion,
a verb
sacredly familiar
as secular cooperation

Cooperation
co-arising
polypaths toward WinWin Futures,
economically secular
and politically sacred
communion
abhors mere capital
monotheistic underinvestment.

Monotheistic isolation
reversed
grows feelings...Read More
Categories: abhors, community, environment, health, integrity, loneliness, society, spiritual,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Tangled Flower Garden
The Tangled Flower Garden

The garden so meticulously planted, 
Enriched with mulch carefully proportioned;
Pleasure’s the eye with color and assortment,
Resorts to chaos when left unattended.
Nature abhors the hand’s uniformity, 
Demanding a mess of the plurality.
Each species struggles for dominance,
(Between plant and...Read More
Categories: abhors, art, flower, nature, summer,
Form: Sonnet
Proverbial Monoku
    thou art been weighed in the balance and found wanting -- the scales of justice

    Proverb Eleven.

    The Lord abhors dishonest scales, but accurate weights are his delight.

  ...Read More
Categories: abhors, faith, judgement, religion, wisdom,
Form: Monoku



Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY : XXXV and XXXVI
IF ever I had a country : XXXV - XXXVI

			                  XXXV

IF ever I had a country
And if ever by any stretch of the...Read More
Categories: abhors, cancer, leadership, political, power, scary, world,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
The Adjective Twin: A Poem of Pain
The Adjective Twin: A Poem of Pain 

I am "presumptuous" 
and with my brother, "arrogant" 
we are the adjective twin
of "gentle" blame
of "gentle" wounding
of "gentle" continued "colonization"
constantly in an "unconscious" search 
for unsuspecting names to attach to,
so that we can...Read More
Categories: abhors, change, culture, discrimination, judgement, perspective, prejudice, truth,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member MY MIND MY CHOICE
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Categories: abhors, appreciation, assonance, conflict, engagement, forgiveness, hope, how
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member stand still
stand still

tis cold here 
on this Christmas day
frigid winds blow in
carry messages 
from the wide world

“PEACE ON EARTH”
good will toward men.
did angels really sing those words?
were they able to keep
straight faces?

we wish for Christmas
all the right thoughts in fuzzy cards
Santa...Read More
Categories: abhors, peace, people,
Form: Free verse
It is my habit
It is my habit I cannot hate
I love whom the world despises
what is so precious, my heart abhors
the common swimming pool
is not attractive to me in anyway
my nakedness it cannot taste
if a thousand is wrong and erring
glad that I stand...Read More
Categories: abhors, inspirational, irony,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Gap filling
Sambhavami yugé, yugé, says the Gita: 
God will come back again and again.
What for?
Of course to protect the virtuous 
And destroy the evil doers.

Déjà vu!
The Jews seem to wait for the same end. 
That’s what 'The Second Coming’ means, too.
Thus,...Read More
Categories: abhors, god, philosophy, religion,
Form: Free verse
Ins and Outs Magnetized by the Field
Ins & Outs Magnetized by the Field

light air music
ejected from from the module
into the surrounding beaks I mean peaks
re-entry minus parachute
flapping arms swimming motions
there is direction 
there is magnitude
kick stroke and glide
among the pecking crows
working at the edge of panic
gave...Read More
Categories: abhors, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Stable Diversity
Nature loves diversity
just as air abhors a vacuum.

Stability lives in staged apposition with diversity
as Yang predicts Yin,
as time moving stably forward
predicts time imagined more diversely
as the history of regeneratively slow-evolving Earth.

Stability, without conjoining diversity,
is a highly subjective attribution
when blanketed across...Read More
Categories: abhors, destiny, earth, health, integrity, love, psychological, wisdom,
Form: Political Verse
idea trappers
IDEA TRAPPERS

I take a semblance of a hen
A hen conceives an egg
And brings forth an egg
The conditions have to be right
Or else there could never be eggs or hens
If that be the end of a story

Even so
The hen after the...Read More
Categories: abhors, art, change, desire, fruit, fun, motivation, sweet,
Form: Prose Poetry
Now Currently Called
Graven images are currently called
monuments
Stone figurines erected by man,
built to carry his memory throughout all generations
God hates graven images,
they are an affront to His holy, infinite nature
Man trying to preserve himself forever in stone,
but before he died, did he have...Read More
Categories: abhors, god, spiritual, truth, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Raining Cats And Dogs
R-aining cats and dogs, 
O-verflowing is the river; 
B-ad weather is raging, 
E-ven wild beasts shiver.
R-aining cats and dogs, 
T-oo much water causes flood; 
O-ctober fifth early morn, storm can't make you sad.

V-ile twister uproots the trees, 
A-s the howler...Read More
Categories: abhors, birthday,
Form: Acrostic
Wake-up 'O' friend
              Wake-up 'O' friend... !

Wake up 'O' friend, wake right-up from thy stupor,
Wake yourself up now, from the mind and senses induced torpor!

Wake-in to the awakening that...Read More
Categories: abhors, inspiration, life, motivation, philosophy, self, spiritual, uplifting,
Form: Couplet
Clean living
Nature abhors a vacuum.
It seems so do the kids.
Tumbleweeds roll through the room
On marks from soiled shoe skids.

You're home all day,  you have no job.
Maybe try stepping up.
I earn my way, I'm not a slob.
Don't let the clothes pile-up.

My...Read More
Categories: abhors, family,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member YOUTH






Inebriated with life youth, the old age abhors but desperately to be embraced by it strives! 






© Demetrios Trifiatis
      26 January 2017...Read More
Categories: abhors, life, old, youth,
Form: Monoku
Circle
Our beloved circle
Thou travel a path of uncertainty
For an observer, thou seem straight
But nothing appears as it seems
For thou portrays a flawless path
Eschewing real travails
Yet enclosed within, is a vacuum
Contradicting thou great virtue
Bringing forth her deceit in diversity
But nature abhors...Read More
Categories: abhors, adventure,
Form: Light Verse