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Best Abled Poems

Below are the all-time best Abled poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of abled poems written by PoetrySoup members

In a relationship with a dis-ABLED person
Fate stepped in and dealt us a harsh and cruel blow
when we least expect it!
Up to one year ago, my mother was the great thought...

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Categories: abled, age, blessing, caregiving, courage,
Form: Free verse

Differently Abled
 lithe   athletic  limbs
churning  up  the  cinder   track  
paralympics  next 

~25 Jun 2016~ 

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Categories: abled, motivation, sports,
Form: Senryu
Revival 2 Point Ohh
Admittedly a little bit of me can see I have an ability
missing ambition to mission living submissively in submission,

If I believe built into me 

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abled, desire, hip hop, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Time
*Image of Excitement Unlocked giphy by Escape Hunt.


Life millstones pressures creation to sort
through essential time, balms the albatross
over seasonable means, paid in court.

A past fraught...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abled, meaningful, time,
Form: Villanelle
The broken pieces
I sat under the grey shadow of the gloomy night
Raising the closed curtain of the darkest day's flight
My heart subdued the voice of my inner...

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Categories: abled, child, deep,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Twas the Night Before Any Christmas
'twas  the night before any Christmas...

And all over our any town,
Lonely seniors tried so hard to forget,
What life was like in a land long ago.

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Categories: abled, age, angst, grandfather, grandmother,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Inside of us
Inside of us
We all have our thoughts inside of our heads
And a heart that lies there beneath our breast
A pair of lungs so we breathe...

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Categories: abled, body,
Form: Rhyme
One Country, One World
Which nation of the world
Do I belong?
I belong to the nation 
Of unity,
No transgression,
And freedom for all.

I belong to the nation 
Of  Equalities-
Equality between...

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Categories: abled, body, desire, devotion, love,
Form: Free verse
Rain - Fall Upon Me Again
She entered my life upon happenstance.
I was unaware and naive.
No angels to carry my chin.
No raindrops to cleanse my emptiness.
"I am a landscaper without a...

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Categories: abled, happinessme, me, , Lullaby,
Form: Free verse
Who Shall Save This World
Who Shall Save This World?

Who shall save this world?
Who shall bring peace in this world?
Who shall end up corruption among people?
Who shall find Treatment to...

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Categories: abled, baptism, bible, courage, faith,
Form: Pastoral
Perdidit antiquum litera prima sonum
The sky has dug a hole in the cloud
it's fuc**** triangle's fault  I can't see the pigs
stratified societies 
revitalized on schizophrenic base of
finger pointing...

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Categories: abled, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Living With A Myth
Living With A Myth

How dares one to speak of disability and live with it to tell the story narrate 

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Categories: abled, society,
Form: Free verse
Salute Brother
(To a brother, he gives his biryhday celebration to be with the less fortunate kids. He is a hand of this nation)
Love ain't an illy...

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Categories: abled, birthday, care, love,
Form: Chant Royal
Premium Member Disabled
He rides his wheelchair like a racing car
The rainbow colours blending into one
He grins his infectious grin, his wide mouth 
welcoming and warm

He stutters, his...

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Categories: abled, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Shoot Out at the KOA Page 2 Zack Waverly
Page 2
The Shoot Out At The KOA Corral

The continuing saga of Zack Waverly

The mare was to far gone
and I had to put her down
There was...

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Categories: abled,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Widowed Woman
I am a widowed woman of significant age.
Not unable to keep house, cook or bathe a child,
no dancing for me those days seem over,
but, yet...

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Categories: abled, age, beautiful, black african
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Orchard Fantasy
Opalescent the heavy moon glows low, 
Rhapsodizing in pale light, winding
Gauzy haze about gnarled branches.
Apples gleam red where moonbeams steal,
Nectaring night breezes in perfumed scent.

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Categories: abled, animal, creation, fantasy, prayer,
Form: Acrostic
Little Treasure
And a pair of those little feet were stepping
Cheerfully, treading each period which was carrying her somewhere nowhere
A fragmented laughter echoed from all angles hailed...

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Categories: abled, angel, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Love Lesson Planning
First, imagine, if you can,
"Love" is not just a many splendored thing,
although it is that,
but behaviorists and existentialists behavioralize
the complex of emotions and consciousness
wearing that...

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Categories: abled, conflict, culture, discrimination, health,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member My Dis-ability and Me
I am in a relationship  . . .
I live with my dis-ability and me
To look you would not guess
It is a secret...

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Categories: abled, how i feel, life,
Form: Free verse
Victory In China
Victories In China
14th and 15th Nov 2015 are days for avid badminton fans the world over to remember,
Somewhere over there in Fuchou, who cares where...

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Categories: abled, appreciation, celebration, dedication, encouraging,
Form: Light Verse
I'm going gung-ho, I'll let the gun blow, I aint done no, until I say so,
I've got sayings to sow, when I lay they go...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abled, cool, rap, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Last call
Last call 

Global warming 
as the nature laments,
Glaciers in grief 
outburst into streams of tears...

Extinction sprouts
as animals and birds cry,
Major share of resources eaten
have we...

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Categories: abled, introspection,
Form: Free verse

            The bomb was hand made from chemicals


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Categories: abled, history, sad, sorry, people,
Form: I do not know?
The Nicholas Trim 2 Years A Poet Celebration Poem
* I wrote my first poem 2 years ago, to celebrate, I've written this poem where I've stole my own rhymes from my own poems...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abled, me, poetry, poets, rap,
Form: Rhyme