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Best Abomination Poems

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


Abomination is my name.
There is no passion I've not felt.
Yearning pens attempt at fame

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Categories: abomination, emotions, life, me, passion,
Form: Heroic Couplet

Premium Member soul's whisper
i stand beneath the moon
attempting to admire its beauty;
it's as full as my mind
with thoughts of you
i feel the breath of wind
a tender, welcomed touch

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Categories: abomination, love, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Year of the Rat
How strange it is and how bizarre
  a pandemic should threaten from afar -
some say a bat, some say a lab
  and there's...

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Categories: abomination, anger, metaphor, perspective, truth,
Form: Couplet
Slivers of Light
A thousand yellow and orange slivers of light vibrate.
Their heat permeates.
Slowly they glide into pairs and groups, singing as one. 
Alas, this solitary yellow light...

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Categories: abomination, angst, horror, morning, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Things That Annoy Me
I reckon you could call me an old curmudgeon but that's alright!
I've been around four score and three and I have earned that right!
There are...

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Categories: abomination, how i feel, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

Back Stabber
I can't help but laugh, because you thought you could get over.
You followed me down the path through the garden of the four leaf clover.


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Categories: abomination, inspirational
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Finding The Plot
Finding the plot

Of lost innocence
engrained in untold memories

The silenced absence 
in past present unspoken
stories well hidden
and therefore evoking
my past and my future
not mine and mine


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Categories: abomination, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fifty-two Blue Beads
I walked in the local Relay for Life
In support of the Cancer Foundation
I have lost too many people that I love
To this horrible abomination

For each...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abomination, life, blue, blue, cancer,
Form: Rhyme
I Continue to Rise

I've been judged by the color of my skin
Treated like i'm a nothing,a nobody
Called by many...

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Categories: abomination, black african american, sympathy,
Form: I do not know?

Can you feel the raging storm approaching?
 Hear the ferocious winds scream, "It's true"?
 Can you see the coal black clouds descending,

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Categories: abomination, bible, christian, deep, god,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Brainstorm - A Diabolical Grace

Dark, deep, warm-black arms of an endless night wrap me ...
     head thrown back in abdication, arms spread wide in surrender,

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Categories: abomination, abuse, addiction, analogy, introspection,
Form: Free verse
You feel your body falling in blackness.
You snatch your shoulder to the right.
The nausea stops.
The bottomless pit is hell.
Do not enter the midnight.

Up in the...

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Categories: abomination, america, anger, angst, animal,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Betrayal
You said you loved me
showed me affection and passion,
but here I am yearning for a relationship,
yet you struggle in an attempt
to taste the flame of...

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Categories: abomination, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GOD WE BLAME YOU
GOD we blame you for the evil that we do. Why don't you keep coming to our rescue? Just wipe it all away, make everything...

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Categories: abomination, forgiveness, freedom, future, happiness,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Ireland - a divided island part two
  chieftains trade their loyalty behind the clouds
  like the high mountain king Carrantouhil commanding his Macgillycuddy Reeks
  men of begotten rank,...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abomination, community, history, ireland, time,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member God, does not Change
From generations to generations.
From ages to even more ages.
The Heavens and Earth shall pass away.
“Yet, Lovely God, remains the same.”

For the roles of women and...

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Categories: abomination, bible, creation, god, inspiration,
Form: Quatrain
Neon (9/11)
When dulled down shock painfully became
a pickaxe ache behind shimmering eyes,
the bludgeoning screen hammered memory cells
repeatedly, over and over.
Tears exploded, soft rain dampened flame,
the grumbling...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abomination, death, history, people, uplifting,
Form: Verse
Time of Great Tribulation
Prophesied in scripture
Deception is the picture
Pleasing to the itching ear
Words many long to hear

Manipulation of the word
Mockery of the spirit's sword
Flattering hearts in many ways

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Categories: abomination, christian, faith, god, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
The Bogeyman
Soaking wet the grey sheep huddle
by the stone wall shaped and laid
to last five hundred more years still.
Rains sheeting o'er the moor leave 
us dripping...

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Categories: abomination, metaphor,
Form: Verse
The Sin of Lying
Everybody in all the world commits sin
from the fall of Adam even to now
sin reigns at the very heart of man
controlling each one no matter...

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Categories: abomination, god, sin, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Howard the Duck
I watched the worst movie ever made, it truly sucks.
The movie that I'm talking about is Howard the Duck.
It has scarred and cursed me for...

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Categories: abomination, film, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Atheist
The Atheist believes in Rationality
   He mocks all religious emotionality

Calls it the opiate of the masses, pie-in-the-sky
   The snake oil of...

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Categories: abomination, abuse, humanity, life, murder,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member LET US PRAY

Let today Sunday the 22nd March
Be a day of prayer,
Which will include all denominations,
Let us ask Our Almighty Father 
To forgive us our...

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Categories: abomination, god, prayer,
Form: Prose
Personal Prison
I live in a personal prison
Four cement walls surround me
As I sit in my own solitary confinement
Though there was no crime committed here
I must stay...

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Categories: abomination, bullying, slam,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Who I Am
by Spencer Dillenbeck, my son, age 19:

A chunk of clay settling into its mold
A painting yet to dry
A matching hand I cannot hold
A block of...

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Categories: abomination, culture, identity,
Form: Free verse