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Abrasions Poems | Examples of Abrasions Poetry

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List of Abrasions Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Stranger Thy Father Lifes Tapestry Free verse abrasions, abuse,
Premium Member Poem Brain Storm Kai Michael Neumann Free verse abrasions, depression,
Premium Member Poem Buried Alive FJ Thomas Free verse abrasions, depression, house, lonely, sad,
Premium Member Poem Song From Beyond The Stars part 1 The Approach Ian Love Verse abrasions, adventure, destiny, future, imagination,
Premium Member Poem A Few Words From The Coroner Bernard Chan Free verse abrasions, death, life, memory, men,
Alone, Not Lonely Cynthia Buhain-Baello Quatrain abrasions, solitude,
Premium Member Poem Our Entreated Duncan R. M. Ferguson Verse abrasions, irony,
ORDERED DEGREE OF CHAOS Ernest Robles Free verse abrasions, poetry, words, , atheist,
suture my wounded soul Lu Loo Rhyme abrasions, abuse, addiction,
Could Go Dalton Ogletree Rhyme abrasions, poetry, rap, word play,

Endless Cruel Laughter
by Walter Alter

Sgt. Bedlam of heavy artillery reporting sir
Bedlam I want you to pick the runt of the litter
and turn him into an agent assassin 
with the...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, how i feel,

quick gestures
by pipping stars
quick gestures
times seem subdued
though somehow not alert
moments begin to intrude
captured by phrases 
never seen abrasions
mute 
intentions fade as time is payed
fools wage's are waisted pages
redundant...

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Epic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, anxiety, art, eulogy,

Carla appreciated
by Holly Bohto
My friend
 Carla 
was trying 
to rescue me 
from Tony
the tyranny 
of his beastility
See:
Carla has ownership
of her own 
battles to win
And I
  wasn't ready...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, blessing, friendship, growth,

Another Dawn pt II
by Mary E.W. Stephenson
Pt. 2
 with her a tray of stack flapjacks, crisp bacon, and a foam cup filled to the rim with apple juice.  I remember...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, mental illness,

Divine Intimacy
by Joe DiMino
Love, now
With the end nearing
Of this dated form
Called mine,
You increase! (Your blessed
Virus taking firmer hold);

Ah! If all the countless
Ails of this world were
So dear…and the...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, blessing, christian, creation, devotion,

To Run Or Not To Run-Collaboration With Silent One
by Lu Loo
~Collaboration with Silent One~


Laura Loo's Poem: PART I- A child thinking about running away

Neglected…unprotected…
frayed from the inside
impaired…nobody cared…

I have no mother to nourish my unhealthy...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, abuse, betrayal, cry, children,

I fear people
by Rahy Hy
I fear people 
 People who are wearing colorful masks
 Hiding poisoned daggers in their casks 

I'm afraid of people 
 Whom over their head
...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, abuse, loneliness, society, violence,

Having Church Today, AMEN
by Marty King
walking toward my dream
there is nothing like the feeling
the refreshing breeze of it all feels so nice
i have healed cuts, scars, and abrasions all for...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, beautiful, blessing, dream,

The Lure Of Demon Eyes
by Denise Morgan
At your peril look
me deep into my eyes
meet my ageless, 
tortured soul and,
be dragged to hell and back!
The abrasions on your knees
will become deep grooves......

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, horror, imagination, pain, ,

going forward
by Rightly Jennings
Don't it sound like              
Th' old is about to die?  
Take...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, best friend, break up,

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Soon To Join Two
by James Fraser
Amidst this greenery and purple heather
Azure blue skies grace our naked souls
Beneath the Cullins on the Isle of Skye
Two in love sharing adventurous goals

On our...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, beautiful, i love you,

Here, My Dear
by Jiril Clemons
Humble yesterday, your intimate memories are now
bearing false witness, following our demise. 
There are scattered whispers of a residential cloud 
nine, that I called my...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, analogy, break up, growth,

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- When The Backpack Feels Heavy -
by Sunshine Smile
 

    Hold on tight 
    A journey begins 
    Not in the crowded city streets...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, moving on,

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Silent Killer
by Shadow Hamilton
It courses through the blood
hidden from view it seeks out
the T-cells attaching itself
it silently goes to work

Invading and taking over
not caring if it's host
be a...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, death, murder,

Keep Laughing
by Matthew Godek
The elation from temptation is a tricky equation
the spacing gets it racing the heart is in rotation
the soul is placing in its placement...the dream
incased in...

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

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Canning Days Back Home
by John Posey
Germ-free Mason jars, hot from the pot of boiling water, gurgling on the cast iron wood stove, stood ready to receive the fruits and vegetables,...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, community, farm, food,

I know what I know
by lee dobson
Sharing with my public, sommit like a pub trick. Wonder how its done! knowing that my grubs sick. Meaning my food for thought is nourishment...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, inspirational, truth,

diary of a great depression
by lee dobson
At my own admission I've grown black hearted, Find it hard to cry for the dearly departed. I've started with myself and made no difference...
my...

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Lyric | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, depression,

If they knew better They'd do better
by Sha'ntez Jefferson
we are all built for hell but some have made modification to adjust their placement and still they have miles to go before their finished...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, black african american, inspirational,

THE BASIS
by Paula Larson
And so I lived from hand to mouth
watching, and wondering
if I'd see you again
while you ~ climbed higher and higher!

Your tredmarks ~ seeming the same
relationships,...

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Monorhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: abrasions, life, son,