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Aborning Poems

Aborning Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of aborning 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 aborning.

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Premium Member Octobers Surrendering Sun
Colorful are the skies

 lost in their dyes,

Cold are the stones 

displaying their tones…

Captive their surrender 

of hearts in their tender,

Aromas in distribution 

solitudes of seclusion…

Nights in their mourning

 frosts are aborning,

Stranded in their storms

 as the weather conforms…

Autumn in...Read More
Categories: aborning, autumn, color, october,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member SOW A SEED



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Categories: aborning, 10th grade, appreciation,
Form: Acrostic
Salad Days
Amidst the cool breeze of the dawn, the hope is on aborning.
For every tear down the face of the sky,
There is a rainbow smiling.
For every sinister's shadow, the silent sentinel is on watch.
Ready to spoil the eggs the evil is...Read More
Categories: aborning, hope,
Form: Rhyme
Sentinel's Silhouette
Falling leaves dry fast,
Amidst the fortunes and fumes of life. 
Cascading splash runs aghast,
Before the trashes in strife.

Dirty Ps seem to multiply.
In P D, they hide and fly
Unmindful of the story they make, 
Even if it means the other's wake....Read More
Categories: aborning, 12th grade, care, conflict, life,
Form: Rhyme
Last Night
The snow started early in the morning.
Last night's darkness guaranteed a miserable day.
By night the land was covered with winter's décor adorning.

Huddled we by the fire as winter raged with scorning.
Last night's freezing air told us all we needed to...Read More
Categories: aborning, corruption, creation,
Form: Villanelle

Premium Member Rainy Day Blues
 Thunder greets me this Monday morning
 As a storm was aborning
 From this gloom I take my cues
 Leaving me with rainy day blues

  A feeling of deja vu  I can't ignore
 I've seen this gloomy day...Read More
Categories: aborning, rain, storm,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tempestuous

Seething skies like bloodshot eyes,
wailing gales assailing through canyon ~ 
weeping fits, ember storm cries
bristling tears with random abandon.

East to west, unwanted guests,
downsloping dire breeds with fire
fueling fest of fiery crests
aborning hells of unholy spire.

Santa Ana merciless winds breathing
capricious firebrands...Read More
Categories: aborning, fire, nature, wind,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mystical Lore of the ThunderBeast

Great Spirit whispers on breathing breeze; 'It is time',
puce plume in saffron noon signals hunt's aborning,
ThunderBeasts' harrowing hooves erupt Great Plains grime,
soon will ail, widow's wail like a wild dove's mourning...

Ancient wisdom, ebony eyes, high cheekbones wide,
buffalo, he knows, mystical...Read More
Categories: aborning, death, native american, nature,
Form: Rhyme
By: rontwigger
The dark evening sky rages with you, black riddles,
Crafted in the villain name of so much politics.
And all of a sudden all the senses are in awe,
Waiting for the morning that would start anew.
With no regrets you still empower...Read More
Categories: aborning, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Satin Winged Flowers
Satin Winged Flowers Carrie Richards  and Poet Destroyer

Let us watch how they cluster in whirlwind ballets, 
lifting like clouds from the dark swampy ground. 
Burrowed in sunlight, then full-bloomed at midnight, 
bouquets of white moths wings, that gather...Read More
Categories: aborning, insect, nature, night,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member God's Kind of Poetry
From the painted skies of morning
To the starlight of the night,
Whether day is just aborning
Or in fading of the light,
In the summer days of sunshine
Or in winter days of white,
God is bursting out all over,
His awed children to delight
With his...Read More
Categories: aborning, seasons, spring,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member God Bursts Everywhere
From the painted skies of morning
To the starlight of the night,
Whether day is just aborning
Or in fading of the light,
In the summer days of sunshine
To the winter days of white,
God is bursting out all over, 
His awed children to delight
With...Read More
Categories: aborning, god,
Form: Rhyme
Making All Things New
There was a yesterday,  pulling at my mind,
disclosing the expected mundane self
reacting,  not inclined to throw the clay
upon the wheel, to love without a cause,
to walk the forest path seen overgrown again
and yet there was an incompleteness hovering.

It...Read More
Categories: aborning, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Early morning,
the birdsong urging me to come.
Sun aborning,
out of cocoon and slumber I,
till day is done.
Late evening,
wooing me to go on silent wings.
Moon adorning,
weaving dreams for butterflies,
and other sacred things.
...Read More
Categories: aborning, imagination, introspection, life, nature, me,
Form: Blank verse
Waiting For Her Birthday Card

Waiting For Her Birthday Card
by Rick Rucker

This is really hard,
Waiting for her birthday card.

It won't come, of course,
Unless delivered by a Flying Horse!

She mounted the hearse for her Final Trip,
The driver was anxious, he used the whip!

Her card was always...Read More
Categories: aborning, lost lovefor her, birthday, for her,
Form: Couplet
ghosts of dead friends
voices laughing in my head
behind my dreaming vision
long past  life and yet not dead
with friendly mock derision
they call to me as I awake
in wee small hours of morning
wry full glances secret smiles
and words that die aborning
absent minded days of...Read More
Categories: aborning, friendship, life, on work and working,
Form: I do not know?
I am tasting the pristine water melted from the highest mountain up high
Dancing with the sun's rays over glazing summer's green grass
Floating with the weltering waves of a vast ocean at sunset
Riding the aborning knowledge of our next generation
Smelling the...Read More
Categories: aborning, adventure, art, love,
Form: I do not know?