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Abigail Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Abigail Kurt Ravidas Rhyme Rhyme abigail, adventure, death, life,
Within An Ancient Song - 3 Vladislav Raven Epic Epic abigail, dark, death, dream, fantasy,
Premium Member Poem Brainstorm-Finding Abigail Winged Warrior Free verse Free verse abigail, devotion, heartbroken, lost love,
Annie Dog Larry Logan Free verse Free verse abigail, dog, pets,
Premium Member Poem CHARMS OF ABIGAIL Line Gauthier Limerick Limerick abigail, fantasy, funny, myth, sea,
Deadwood David MaxOptimism Free verse Free verse abigail, betrayal, dark, death, irony,
Light Shows The Way Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic Acrostic abigail, birthday,
Premium Member Poem DAY OFF FOR ABIGAIL Line Gauthier Monorhyme Monorhyme abigail, adventure, break up, fun,
Premium Member Poem Dunblane Denis Briggs Rhyme Rhyme abigail, dark, death, emotions, grief,
steamy catching up Elvis Wanjohi I do not know? I do not know? abigail, africa,
The True Essence of Beauty Eedee-Bari Bawoh Didactic Didactic abigail, beautiful, beauty, bible, christian,
Premium Member Poem The Sage of Glasgow Andrew Jung Lyric Lyric abigail, friendship, travel, wisdom,
The Wisdom of Flawed Men David Welch Rhyme Rhyme abigail, america, history, humanity, philosophy,
Pebbles M. Willow Free verse Free verse abigail, anxiety, child, conflict, voyage,
Too Much Brush john williams Rhyme Rhyme abigail, girl, humorous,
Abigail Harp Nicole Poet Free verse Free verse abigail, animal, best friend, family,
Premium Member Poem Jewels from Heaven Winged Warrior Rhyme Rhyme abigail, baby, children, heaven,
Premium Member Poem Tea Time Dear Heart Verse Verse abigail, childhood,
Premium Member Poem A dedication to Abigail Robert Amure Rhyme Rhyme abigail, love,
Grandfather s Clock Paul Callus Light Verse Light Verse abigail, fun,
Long Haired Ponytail john williams Limerick Limerick abigail, children, funny,
One day Mpho Leteng I do not know? I do not know? abigail, death, death of a
Hidden Beauty RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY Rhyme Rhyme abigail, beauty,
A Write to My Husband My Hero in Iraq Gwendolen Song Free verse Free verse abigail, absence, best friend, betrayal,
Lady Heroes MoonBee Canady Free verse Free verse abigail, spiritual, tribute, woman, women,
The Old Man Bruce Coates Narrative Narrative abigail, dark, death, evil, fear,
My Summer Fun Amy Merrell Couplet Couplet abigail, summer,
Premium Member Poem At Heaven's Gate - Part 3 Terry O'Leary Ballad Ballad abigail, fantasy,
Premium Member Poem Pretending You're Dead Jack Ellison Couplet Couplet abigail, humorous,
The Debate Brian Terry Free verse Free verse abigail, philosophy, god, god, universe,
a somber denial of the self andrew delapruch Free verse Free verse abigail, life,
Dear Abby Cecilia Macfarlane Rhyme Rhyme abigail, life, love,
Premium Member Poem JuJu The Magical Whale Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme abigail, fantasy, funny, magic,
Emmett Till 2011 Trey Evans I do not know? I do not know? abigail, death, girlfriend-boyfriend, love, romance,
ABIGAILS TALE - ONE DAY VERY SOON Paul Curtis I do not know? I do not know? abigail, life, lost love, sadday,
Premium Member Poem Abigail Smith Adams Lady Of Letters Sara Kendrick Villanelle Villanelle abigail, education, history, love, on
The Awful Abigail Rhine Cole Beck Narrative Narrative abigail, fantasypower,
Silent Night Daniel McGraw I do not know? I do not know? abigail, deathgirl, girl,
For Abigail David Smalling Verse Verse abigail, childhood, nature
Abigail David Smalling Acrostic Acrostic abigail, childhood, friendship
Happy birthday Miranda Agnes Quainoo I do not know? I do not know? abigail, family, sisterlove, , cute,
Adultery, Trust, Forgiveness Shavon Lewis Blank verse Blank verse abigail, education,
CAREFUL, DOCTOR! William Robinson Limerick Limerick abigail, animals, children, funny, on

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Abigail Poem Example

At Heaven's Gate - Part 3

Part 3:          AT HEAVEN’S GATES

To set Her free from destiny was far from my design,
but, though unplanned, I touched Her hand to give Her peace of mind.
She told me then, and then again, that providence Divine
had cast a curse, and even worse: despised by all mankind,
She walked alone, unseen, unknown, Her soul incarnadine.

To break this spell of living hell, of loneliness enshrined,
and end Her days within the haze, a sole redeeming deed
would give reprieve and maybe leave our destinies entwined -
Her final quest be put to rest if only I agreed,
but no surcease nor perfect peace nor hope if I declined.

The shadows, shawled in silence, crawled, the night Her fate was sealed
as vespers tolled across the wold beneath the muted fog.
The heavens cracked and sorrow slacked as chimes of children pealed
while in the hills (where midnight chills) there wailed a daemon dog -
with no delay I lead the way, the path to Potter’s Field.

Her weathered face was lined with Grace, Her eyes shone emerald green.
With me as guide She stepped inside to grieve and mourn Her loss,
and thereupon, though pale and wan, the night took on a sheen.
With weary eyes as Her disguise, She placed a wooden cross
upon a mound (unhallowed ground) and whispered ‘Sibylline...’.

A falling star flared in the far and burst, a bolide flame -
beneath the light, the Final Rite no longer hid undone.
And kneeling there in silent prayer, we seemed to share the shame
but could atone if left alone, forevermore as one.
Before we both could breathe an oath, I asked Her once Her name.

Through lips, pale red, She simply said ‘Some called me Abigail’,
and neath a birch where white doves perch, I took Her for my bride,
beheld Her smile a little while, but all to no avail...
Her cloak and cape, and shrivelled shape lie empty at my side...
for now She waits at Heaven’s Gates, not far beyond the Pale.

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