Short Cessation Poems

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Short Cessation poem by Raul Moreno| Details |

Bullfrog Lullaby

Repose on lilies,
A cessation of nature;
Deep croaks grace the night.

Copyright © Raul Moreno | Year Posted 2009

Short Cessation poem by J.R. Dawson| Details |

Jonathon Swift

…The mysterious life of Jonathon Swift
With satire granting the ‘dirt poor’ a lift—
His cessation left loot to house the insane
His mind was perhaps, perhaps was the same? 

Copyright © J.R. Dawson | Year Posted 2013

Short Cessation poem by Matthew Dunphy| Details |

Cessation of Existance

What defines flow
to coffin from womb

am I a shell -
a cloak shrouding neon

or am I
an oyster 
devoid of pearl,
simply meat, drifting
between rock
and coral -

no divinity but squal for the sun.

Copyright © Matthew Dunphy | Year Posted 2007

Short Cessation poem by Demetrios Trifiatis| Details |

THY HOLY FLAME



Thee lit my soul, Oh Lord, the first day of Thy

Divine creation


Thus 


Thy holy flame of love, is burning within my heart,  
 
Without cessation!



© Demetrios Trifiatis
   14 October 2015

Copyright © Demetrios Trifiatis | Year Posted 2015

Short Cessation poem by cecil hickman| Details |

Playing with Fire

Creation and destruction
Seeing the animation,
Intimidating cessation
Mankind’s foundation
Youthful fascination
Delivers elation and sedation
Yes even fixation
Even deep temptation
Sometimes cremation
Depending on location

Copyright © cecil hickman | Year Posted 2013

Short Cessation poem by Julie Grenness | Details |

CLOSURE

Closure--"No hard feelings",
What's that, you're speeding,
Last words to end a marriage,
That's what you call a stoppage,
Talk about survivor baggage,
That was our cessation,
Mixed marriage of diverse nation,
Not exactly a happy ending,
Is that closure, "No hard feelings".

Copyright © Julie Grenness | Year Posted 2016

Short Cessation poem by Donna Roberts| Details |

86 Weeds

       I take controlled and specific aim near the shackled flowers
       Where the horde of wizened weeds loiter and elicit strangulation
       My cartridge carefully loaded with mordacious poison
       You shall not trifle, nor stifle my blooms, Here's to your cessation!

             3/29/2017

Copyright © Donna Roberts | Year Posted 2017

Short Cessation poem by D.W. Rodgers| Details |

The desperate smugness of a recent convert

We've all seen it
their cloying intensity
to the new cause:
tobacco cessation,
gluten-free digestion,
mindful rumination,
deep cleanse elimination,
erotic poetry,
for the lucky
erotic reality,
alcohol abstinence,
Yahweh's deliverance.
And we can only
smile and nod
knowing
this too will pass.

Copyright © D.W. Rodgers | Year Posted 2014

Short Cessation poem by Terry L. Allen| Details |

VEXATION

The cessation
and alleviation
of the causation
of irritation 
is the clarification
of information
or the realization
the situation
in contemplation
is a manifestation
without liberation
except termination
of your fixation.


I wrote this in 2003 and it was the first of it's kind known at the time.

Copyright © Terry L. Allen | Year Posted 2012

Short Cessation poem by RooknRoll Queen| Details |

Cessation

a smile in the darkness draws me near
pull me in and we can disappear  

reading between the lines
on train tracks
in teeth
the way we smile

Carved out memories to remember your eyes
and the feel of how things might have been


lost between us now we try
To pick up where we left these issues of mine
waiting for the sun shine.

Copyright © RooknRoll Queen | Year Posted 2015

Short Cessation poem by ilene bauer| Details |

Re-Tired

Here’s a thought I had today
(And really, it’s inspired):
It’s possible to be exhausted
When you are retired.

For if, in your retirement,
Some interests you’ve acquired,
You may be far too busy
For the sleep that you’ve required.

So if a work cessation is
A goal that you’ve desired,
Accept the fact that you will be 
Both “re” and “re”-less tired.

Copyright © ilene bauer | Year Posted 2014

Short Cessation poem by tricia burns| Details |

Geometrical Significance

Shaping my life.
Encircling strife.
Collective parellels.
Broken sea shells.
Fractioned good and evil.
Turnstile moments of repreival.
Octagons of cessation.
Stars of anticipation.
Wishes boomerang to my chest.
Rectangular mattress to rest.
Birth, life to death.
Triangular first and last breath.
Flesh filled casket, loss.
Redemption through the cross

Copyright © tricia burns | Year Posted 2005

Short Cessation poem by Dr.Ram Mehta| Details |

Polytheism - An Alouette


The menstruation,

Till its cessation

Makes women to live outside

Their homes for four days

Come home on fifth day

Husbands helping and inside.



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Based on an ancient Indian custom as the women were not allowed to touch anything

in the house for four days of their menstruation cycle every month. They were considered 
untouchable religiously.

Copyright © Dr.Ram Mehta | Year Posted 2013

Short Cessation poem by Eileen R. Kelly| Details |

Beloved I hold

Ever since I first held you, 
I haven't let you go, 

Your love delicate, potent 
this smile I wear emulates 
your love mirrored within 

you move me, 
my spirit influenced 
cessation worthy 
held securely 

Each day our love begins our journey 
together we strive new heights 
momentum enshrine 
with our love blessed 
life delights 

Life delights time

Copyright © Eileen R. Kelly | Year Posted 2007

Short Cessation poem by Bernard F. Asuncion| Details |

As He Reaches The Finish Line

A-s he reaches the finish line, 
B-ody rests in peaceful place; 
N-ow is the cessation of breath, 
E-nd of his journey or 
R-ace. 

M-emory will live forever, 
A-s his soul clings to the dust; 
L-ife has come to a close, 
A-fter he puts in God his trust. 
C-reator tenth of January stops his heart and mind; 
A-lmighty God will raise him, as he reaches the finish line.

Copyright © Bernard F. Asuncion | Year Posted 2018

Short Cessation poem by Satish Verma| Details |

SILVER TRAILS

By the moon
I drink you again.
The night is trembling; 
ruffles the colossal tears.

The terrible ache of the 
illegitimate mercy. I am
not accepting any poem
half-dead under my pen.

The invisible force, bribing
the tears was a grace
uncalled for. I am going to forget
the date of my cessation.

It was a false peace of the womb.
There was no banality
in sending the message.
Death has no other name.

Satish Verma

Copyright © Satish Verma | Year Posted 2013

Short Cessation poem by Rohaan Suresh| Details |

Cessation

Tinted colors of old
Debauched, dubious mysteries
Finagled corrupt's gold
A glorious, poignant history

An empty throne,
And tales of skirmish
Standing draped in gold, all alone
A war cry and a death wish

Glorious structures,
Secluded with pride
Curtained with greed and power
A broken ruling mind

Sky turning grey
Chains broken for freedom
Nobility burned like hay
End of the golden demon.
© Rohan Suresh

Copyright © Rohaan Suresh | Year Posted 2016

Short Cessation poem by Nicole King| Details |

Only the Cessation

In this world I am the eve of malevolence,
You should thrust this to your intelligence,
Before you are crying,
“Tis time for thy twinge!”
I should never shed a tear of love,
Never make you bleed gaiety,
For, give me of good reasoning,
To ever hand to you my heart,
But I tell you now, thy gracious fool,
Humanity prevails in this world,
Only to asphyxiate it and soon,
We all shall conquer the cessation to our being.

Copyright © Nicole King | Year Posted 2010

Short Cessation poem by Gary Fields| Details |

Be My Lord

Now that my Spirit is clean
And awaits' your Salvation
Acutely from afar
For evidentiary cessation
Among everything
Gentile is what we are
Let this be a corner stone
For a new relation for which
I can call upon my own
Inclination,
With a confirmation for my
Restoration
And a remedy for my Soul
In-order that I may become
More regent among man
And
To become more sacrosanct
With-in the hands' of the Lord
AMEN

GF

Copyright © Gary Fields | Year Posted 2011

Short Cessation poem by farah chamma| Details |

N#mbers

M ighty forces of concentration 
R eading the minds of those who
S uccumb, breathing realms of perplexity
. 
N egative, positive their difference and sum
I s it only I in contemplation? 
S quare-rooted mysteries and more to come 
R eady to confront word-“problems”
E ager, I sometimes feel so dumb
E ndless solving of no cessation, yet with you
N othing but a piece of Pi….yum! 

                                         Ode to a great teacher

Copyright © farah chamma | Year Posted 2009

Short Cessation poem by Bernard F. Asuncion| Details |

Awake Around The Clock

R-ound the clock still awake, 
O-ctober thirteenth day, ; 
S-leeping not at night, 
E-ven beneath the ray.
M-oving around the clock, 
A-wake for every moment; 
R-elaxing not night and day, 
I-t's a twenty-four hour
E-vent.

O-n going without cessation, 
N-o let-up finding the luck; 
D-enying to heed the time, 
A-wake around the clock.
L-ooking to be aware, 
O-n guard for the flock; 
S-alvation is for the alert, 
A-wake around the clock.

Copyright © Bernard F. Asuncion | Year Posted 2017

Short Cessation poem by andrew delapruch| Details |

period

the 
complete
&
utter
cessation
of 
life---
no more
talk,
no more
pretending
that there are
angels 
somewhere in
the shadows
about to come out 
& save you---
you close your 
mouth & you eyes
roll back---all
your loved ones 
still living,
break apart---
all your loved ones
who have died 
before, are
dead---now like you
their personality no 
longer exists in the
moment---all that 
remains is the 
memory & isn’t that 
enough?
period.

Copyright © andrew delapruch | Year Posted 2011

Short Cessation poem by Binoy Raveendran| Details |

Mortality


Torrential rain dipped
The beautiful land in tears .

Rivers roared , tarnishing the obstacles in its growth .

Floating tree in water 
Carried an half broken nest .

Love bird cried in search of its beloved .

Decayed corpse scattered around ,
Revealed  how liveliness drowned in carnage .

Poet sung the song of cessation .

Saint preached the sermon of severing .

When sinful mind susceptible to grim ,

Inner being still in search of eternal .

Copyright © Binoy Raveendran | Year Posted 2017

Short Cessation poem by Nicole King| Details |

I, the Leviathan

‘Twas all thy impropriety,
For, I hung upon your neck,
Desecrating and withering away;
Wrenching you to your cessation.

In your breathe, all I can be,
Is a repugnant, vile leviathan.
Something so contemptible,
I’m merited to tribulation.

Contrite, I could never feel;
Not for you. Not ever.
Heedless, there’s too much to spare,
Within thy tormented subconscious.

And love nor adulation,
Could ever I bestow,
To any such a human,
Within this world a’ low. 

Copyright © Nicole King | Year Posted 2010

Short Cessation poem by Satish Verma| Details |

FLOWERING OF THE THOUGHT

Belonging
to unbelonging
was becoming a method
exploring the path.
In the backyard unpleasant fumes
were rising.

Nocturnal swoop of enlightment,
clearly becomes a festival
of yellow death.
Who was hiding the truth?

Flowering of the thought in sky
ripens cessation of grief.
Slopes and summits,
bring tears in eyes.

Solace of ancestral home
was gone. Bold ceilings were hung by ungodly fears.
Wet hands lift the body of past,
classical future was gleaming slowly.

Copyright © Satish Verma | Year Posted 2008