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Love Poems About Abatement or Abatement Love Poems
by ilene bauer |
Categories: writing,

Hitting the Target

Here’s my poem for your perusal,
Though I’ll not grand first refusal.
It’s your privilege to reject it,
But I’ll not let you correct it.

Words transmitted to the page
I have no way to judge or gauge
If others deem a worthwhile read;
Despite that fact, I must proceed.

My target audience, you see,
Consists of no one else but me.
I love when friends or strangers read it;
It feels great, but I don’t need it.

Some would claim such self-expression’s
Nothing more than pure obsession.
Though there’s truth within that statement,
Don’t expect a poem abatement! 


by Bernard F. Asuncion |
Categories: birthday,

Hard As Iron

L-et your decision be hard as iron, 
U-sing no abatement of severity; 
I-n the midst of doubt and fear, 
S-trong action shows your intensity. 
I-mplacable or hard as iron, 
T-he intention is truly firm; 
O-beying the Lord Almighty doesn't make your mind squirm. 

S-olid faith, hope, and love 
A-re taught after you were born; 
D-ay twenty-nine of January, 
D-etermination is hard as 
I-ron.

by Kurt Philip Behm |
Categories: love, time,

Love Takes A Bow

I look at the money,
  asking what’s it all mean

From the toys to the honey,
  and the years in between

I look at the statements,
  as my love takes a bow

Thanking God my abatement,
  although late—came about

(Villanova Pennsylvania: November, 2016)

by Kurt Philip Behm |
Categories: love,

Love Takes A Bow

I look at the money,
  asking—what’s it all mean

From the toys to the honey,
  and the years in between

I look at the statements,
  as my love takes a bow

Thanking God my abatement,
  although late—came about

(Villanova Pennsylvania: November, 2016)