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Abolishment Poems

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Unconditional Paternal Love Toward Shana Punim
Screaming writhing violent
uncontrollable spasms of abandonment
immediately followed her (like Mary's lamb)
where e'er she went
verbal communication attempt didst rent
ear piercing outpouring

barrage heard clearly by vested gent,
a bajillion miles away e'en
stymying the likes of Lois Lane, Clark Kent
or special ABC letter writ...Read More
Categories: abolishment, appreciation, beautiful, daughter, freedom, gender, growth, love,
Form: Ballad

About Twenty Two Score Years Ago
About Twenty Two Score Years Ago...

One “FAKE” rumor purports April Fools’ Day
accepted with hostile abandonment
according to Giggle ling search result
conducted by this gent
adopted when France switched

rather than fight abolishment
transitioning from Julian calendar
to Gregorian calendar,
(yet maintaining same gender reassignment)
called for by...Read More
Categories: abolishment, april, art, celebration, day, howl, humor, march,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A - Anarchy
A. Anarchy

Amber autumn aflame
An aroma of ash appeases the adamant arsonist; the artful anarchist
An audacious attempt at attacking back at our arbitrary accommodations
The ascended advocate us to abide as they affirm their advancement through annihilation 
An abstract artifice, artificial affirmation...Read More
Categories: abolishment, america, art, community, corruption, depression, perspective, repetition,
Form: ABC
Unite To Peacefully Overthrow Trump Administration part I
Though no advocate of radical mass stick tummy, 
there must needs be 
some nonviolent modus operandi and/or 
modus vivendi spelling abandonment, 
whereby two party bicameral political  
system in United States buzzfeed ding, 
sans avarice, greed, nepotism... abasement

of sacrosanct principles...Read More
Categories: abolishment, allusion, anger, corruption, fate, fear, feelings, future,
Form: Political Verse
Three Wishes
In an antique shop, I bought an old lamp,
This particular evening I had nothing to do; 
That’s when I decided to give it a good clean,
As I was rubbing it a genie from it flew out.

This creature with huge ears...Read More
Categories: abolishment, abuse, dream, peace, poverty,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member Juneteenth
July Fourth, Independence Day in the 
United States of America, a
Nonracial celebration of
Emancipation of all Americans from the
Tyranny of
England and the beginning of freedom for
Enslaved people. June
Nineteenth celebrates the abolishment of 
The African-American slavery and beginning
History of the Civil Rights...Read More
Categories: abolishment, celebration, freedom, history, independence day, july, june,
Form: Acrostic
The Lack of Appreciation for the Foundation of this Nation
Suffering and pain for our nation’s gain,
but no one recognizes what those before us went through
because in today’s self-centered society the only thing that matters is you.
They fought for their freedoms, rights, and happiness,
yet all some remember of them is...Read More
Categories: abolishment, appreciation, freedom, history, patriotic,
Form: Free verse
The smell of death fills the air,
It is almost impossible to bear,
The scent of life and love seems too far away,
But every night I pray,
That our countries will be in peace rather than pieces,
That god will guide us to a...Read More
Categories: abolishment, dark, hope, prayer, war,
Form: ABC
A Letter to Dear Mr President Abraham Lincoln
When you proclaimed all slaves in the U.S.A. to be freed, it meant the total abolishment of the slavery system, I suppose.  When you issued the Emancipation Proclamation, I think what you had in mind was equality of all...Read More
Categories: abolishment, america, black african american, freedom, prejudice,
Form: Narrative
Confederate Flag
Poet:  Ken Jordan 
Poem:  Confederate Flag
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  July/2015

      O'Dirty South,.....U'Dirty South 
your hatred, and storied history - is sadly 

      ...Read More
Categories: abolishment, farewell, identity,
Form: Prose Poetry

We've got a government 
In need of abolishment.
That's said with honesty
And astonishment
Because it hasn't been accomplished yet
Or even attempted
Because every one of our rights
Are being neglected
And every argument that
We make against it
Is quickly rejected
And never again upon
Are they reflected
Because our...Read More
Categories: abolishment, anger, conflict, education, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Dry rain
Forsaken behind the desolation 
As I hold myself pretending 
that my arms themselves carry 
the title as guardianship.
But it's all pretend.

This abolishment, this 
unpleasant annihilation ...

Why am I broken?
This abnormal irregular 
disorder which shallows me 
Stay away from me I...Read More
Categories: abolishment, absence
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Dictator Perpetuo
The rubicon is crossed,
thirteenth legion for glory.
Augustan,publico pro bono,
behold the untold story.

Marched into all Rome,
flags of the republic burn.
Demons threaten his name,
and say they shall return.

All hail justice reborn!, 
Caesar, men will know fear.
Battle drums retired now,
nobody guarding the frontier.

Bingeing...Read More
Categories: abolishment,
Form: I do not know?
Arrow's Night
Waring spirt names
survival games
arrows pierce deep
while enemy sleep

Hair of length
every braves strength
timid of sorts
hunting, survival sports.

Arrows of rock
clay made crock
rock bangle beads
bare-back horse speeds

Squa with brave
living in cave
lights of torches
summer heat, skin scorches 

Sleep amidst the stars
wears honorable scars
each one...Read More
Categories: abolishment, loss, native american, nature
Form: Rhyme
The Tale of Tzar Saltan, (Flight of the Bumblebee)
Swan-Bird; instruct me and pray ye swift
That I might show (Babs) as villainous
For he forced Father's self-abolishment to his beloved gift
Thrice- as insect- my revenge has proven venomous
So out of the sea- my flight becomes son-ominous

Aleksandr Pushkin's original poem

Fanfare -...Read More
Categories: abolishment, music
Form: Quintain (English)
The down side of Twentieth century North America
It can be seen all around us 
Hard times and its sounds
Companies closing down
Gas and fuel go up and staying unsettled 
Then they fall to their lowest in years
Melancholy awareness and tears 
War in other lands 
Religion and stained hands...Read More
Categories: abolishment, confusion, life, people, sad
Form: Didactic
Dire need 
To be noticed
...Read More
Categories: abolishment, introspection, life, lost love,
Form: Acrostic