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Abridge Poems

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Premium Member JAN ALLISON

With humorous mind
Plucks spunky courage 
To write poop verses
Poems not abridge

To a complete gaffe
Loves stiff cockie pudding
A gentle soft soul
Nutty and charming


 Poetry Contest:      Mcwhirtle Me  

Sponsored by: Charles Messina...Read More
Categories: abridge, friend,
Form: McWhirtle

Premium Member Our Huddled Masses

multitude of a cosmopolitan.

2019 September 21

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Categories: abridge, analogy, city, winter,
Form: Tetractys
Premium Member Misery
Written: by Tom Wright

When affairs of life aren’t going right,
 I try to reminisce about the good times.
Past lingering notions of feeling contrite,
To rest in my psychological paradigms.

But pages once turned I cannot abridge,
For no more will they pass my...Read More
Categories: abridge, life,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Drenched of hell's insanities

Drenched of hell’s insanities 

Sending chills this tortured spine, 
as aches precede the worded fiction
Sorted truth does rest sublime 
beneath the light of benediction
Broken dreams of compass flair, 
directions cast a blinded waning
Trusted roots abridge the square 
of all that’s...Read More
Categories: abridge, dark, horror, scary,
Form: Rhyme
Chasing a rainbow
Chasing a rainbow 

Craving for respite in torrid weather, 
Some rain that could tranquil drought;
Memorising festal times revered together,
Wondrous moments of numero uno brought.

Nothing could abridge my deep anguish,
How long and hard I must have tried;
Sadness or depression to distinguish,
Euphoric...Read More
Categories: abridge, depression,
Form: Rhyme

Awkward Alliteration
Admissible adage abridge archaic ability about
Audit acrid admission artistic artificial array
Arrive anyplace, anywhere ardent atmosphere attraction
Apprehend apiece apparent artless atomic appearance
Adorable awkward admittance align ad-infinitum alienating anti
Activate acquittal addictive acreage administration
Attune audience's aspired aspiration assay alliance
Anxiety anybody's admittance approximate appropriate...Read More
Categories: abridge, allegory,
Form: ABC
All That Can Be Ours
I can think of nothing sweeter
     Than to lay the course with you
For with every hill and valley,
      Love comes clearer into view

To experience together
     All that...Read More
Categories: abridge, love, romantic, romantic love,
Form: Rhyme
I Am But A Poetry god
Who would date a poet?
And have her name grow,
As a garden's eden history,
Have her lips comply with ink that smear'd,
Ears breed on a poultry of recitations,
A fun-fare of words abridge.
Maidens wish all to be,
Such from his gourd of honour shall...Read More
Categories: abridge, confidence,
Form: Epic
Stare decisis
As they redefine marriage, abridge,                                   ...Read More
Categories: abridge, abuse, christian, patriotic, political, satire,
Form: Grook
Spring Flowers
Azalea of new
Bring the cornflower New
Evening Sun absorbed by the Glory of the snow
Calling upon the peach blossom slow
Ever the Lilacs are mixed fair
Dote on the Gerberas over there
Abridge and count petals of a Greater Celandine
Round about the Croas shines
Irises...Read More
Categories: abridge, love,
Form: Abecedarian

The New Year
The New Year    
Tradition gives us Auld Lang Syne
Pursuing resolutions that are benign
We seek to supercede the past
For the next to be better than the last

The past is, "water-under-the-bridge"
Yesterday we can't change or abridge
Faults...Read More
Categories: abridge, spiritual,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The Vice I Love
The Vice I Love

'Round three in the morning I wake
to see that it's time for my break.
I hardly can wait
to keep my sweet date-
I bounce out of bed and then take

my flashlight with me to the fridge
to bring Irish creme-...Read More
Categories: abridge, drink, inspiration, muse, night, poetry,
Form: Limerick
Honey dew toon - Hexsonnetta

Loving you is a boon
You came in as a bliss
I offer my sweet kiss
Oh! my honey dew toon
My dark night's hopeful moon
My dream's cute little Miss

You are growing like trees
Like the Pines on the ridge
Where wishes get abridge
Only God to...Read More
Categories: abridge, child, father, father daughter, god, love, spiritual,
Form: Sonnet
How lovely
How lovely does one’s eyes, sparkle in light.

 How one’s touch, gentle, no silk could compare.

 How one’s love, everlasting, full life.

 How one’s beauty, allusive, if be fair.


 My soul, empty, ever so I want her.

 My...Read More
Categories: abridge, allusion, art, emotions, feelings, for her, love,
Form: I do not know?

                      Frank Halliwell

Beware my friend they're watching you
They record...Read More
Categories: abridge,
Form: Rhyme
I, Thurgood Marshall, am here to represent
my race. I am here to represent these
thirteen parents and twenty children whose
rights have been so egregiously
violated. I don't know how anyone
can believe that quote unquote Separate but
Equal is anything near equal! I
give you...Read More
Categories: abridge, hate, inspirational, parents, children, parents,
Form: Dramatic monologue
The wheels turn round and the window pane shines with the aesthetic light of the great divine. The street is filled with people too important to notice the infant crying alone, wedged against the wall. The worlds allusion to sorrow...Read More
Categories: abridge, depression, sun, drug,
Form: Verse
Life's standards, its conclude
how gospel vested interlude
drives promise to the wind,
my own extrude ~

As telling all the world
my love is true
and then to thy own ear exclude 
no gracious entity of faith so rude!

Would chance the day,
this then to call...Read More
Categories: abridge, love, timelove, time,
Form: Monorhyme
whereHave I beenMy Whole Life Long?
so run the rainbow up my spine
curve me over serpentine
I'll abridge your life to mine
life to mine a bag of gold
roll in riches  hard and cold
cold as witches smiles at night
beneath the silver pale moonlight
where we can dance with...Read More
Categories: abridge, angst, art, confusion, life, me,
Form: Rhyme