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Love Poems About Abscond or Abscond Love Poems
by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: love, nature,

Eglantine


Forsake me not, for I would pine 
and waste, like tendrils on the vine 
that shrivel when the rains abscond 
and nullify our special bond. 

For eglantine shall flourish not 
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod, 
nor will our love, without the spark 
of nature, and the love of God. 

Remain here, nestled in my care, 
and feel the measure of His power, 
with nourishment for heart and soul, 
as the elements sustain the flower. 


by Robert Pettit |
Categories: lost love, science,

Absolute Value

I hope this concept is familiar to you. I’m sure you are acquainted with “absolute value”. Points lie in the plane left of the y-axis. Integers can have negative values because of this. There’s nothing difficult here; it’s quite simple. Rene Descartes introduced us to this principle. In minus territory is where I find your value. Why don’t you just abscond and bid adieu?

by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: nature,

Eglantine


Forsake me not, for I would pine 
and waste, like tendrils on the vine 
that shrivel when the rains abscond 
and nullify our special bond. 

For Eglantine shall flourish not 
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod, 
nor will our love, without the spark 
of nature, and the love of God. 

Remain here, nestled in my care, 
and feel the measure of His power, 
with nourishment for heart and soul, 
as the elements sustain the flower. 

by Jay Loveless |
Categories: brother, me, me,

Those who would assume -- Trevor Depugh

 
Dear God, life is sweet and kind, Older Brother makes me smile all the time, He speaks of days yet to come, His dreams make me feel less numb, I love him, like I've never loved another, And they are fools, those that think he is more than just my brother, It is nothing more than our bond, Our friendship others will not smother, One day we may abscond, Run away from our families, I know what it sounds like, but God, you must believe. He is not my lover, nor would he be ever, He is just my brother, this is no romantic endeavor. He just makes me feel special, He doesn't ever judge, This is something to revel, Not something to begrudge

by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: flower,

Eglantine

Forsake me not, for I would pine 
and waste, like tendrils on the vine 
that shrivel when the rains abscond 
and nullify our special bond. 

For eglantine shall flourish not 
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod, 
nor will our love, without the spark 
of nature, and the love of God. 

Remain here, nestled in my care, 
and feel the measure of His power, 
with nourishment for heart and soul, 
as the elements sustain the flower. 

by James Horn |
Categories: heartbroken, sad,

Heaven Will Have Gone Haiku

Heaven Will Have Gone Haiku

If I only could have done
Heart and all of her love won
Would have been much fun.

I found my place in the sun
While worshipping Holy One
Me He did not shun.

When I had wanted to stun
Pulled out and then shot my gun
Around my life spun.

All of this was moribund
More lives away would abscond
Gun became my wand.

Then on me it just did dawn
When a knife was thrust upon
Heaven will have gone.

James Serious Mysterious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet
RiverSea Plantation
Bolivia, NC 

by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: lovelove,

Eglantine

Eglantine


...for Juvie

Forsake me not, for I should pine
and waste, like tendrils on the vine
that shrivel when the rains abscond
and nullify our common bond.

For eglantine shall flourish not
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod,
as would our love without the spark
of nature, and the love of God.

So stay forever, do not fear
that I would ramble errantly,
for I shall nourish and protect thee
throughout all eternity.

by Mika Herold |
Categories: allegory, depression, introspection, life, love, passion, seasons,

Spring weather

The snow falls late this year in May.
When burdened roses break in parts
I hear the hound of sadness bark
against the courage of all men.

All left and all alone I stay
to see the sundown in all hearts.
By foggy twilight feelings dark
and never can be light again.

Through empty abscond is a way.
There hunters chase with bows and darts
to kill a mocking bird - the lark
(for sunrise never comes again).

Footprints of time, called night and day,
will lead me to the nightmares mart:
The road to lonelinesses park
where hope is lost and bare all men.


by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: love, love,

Eglantine


Forsake me not, for I should pine
and waste, like tendrils on the vine
that shrivel when the rains abscond
and nullify our special bond.

For eglantine shall flourish not
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod,
as would our love without the spark
of nature, and the love of God.

So stay forever, do not fear
that I might ramble errantly,
for I shall nourish and protect thee
throughout all eternity.

by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: love,

Eglantine

Forsake me not, for I should pine
and waste, like tendrils on the vine
that shrivel when the rains abscond
and nullify our common bond.

For eglantine shall flourish not
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod,
as would our love without the spark
of nature, and the love of God.

So stay forever, do not fear
that I would ramble errantly,
for I shall nourish and protect thee
throughout all eternity.

by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: love,

Eglantine

Forsake me not, for I should pine
and waste, like tendrils on the vine
that shrivel when the rains abscond
and nullify our special bond.

For eglantine shall flourish not
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod,
as would our love without the spark
of nature, and the love of God.

So stay forever, do not fear
that I might ramble errantly,
for I shall nourish and protect thee
throughout all eternity.

by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: feelings,

Eglantine

Forsake me not, for I would pine 
and waste, like tendrils on the vine 
that shrivel when the rains abscond 
and nullify our special bond. 

For eglantine shall flourish not 
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod, 
nor will our love, without the spark 
of nature, and the love of God. 

Remain here, nestled in my care, 
and feel the measure of His power, 
with nourishment for heart and soul, 
as the elements sustain the flower. 

by Oliver samuel Chukwuebuka |
Categories: africa,

My True Lover



I love you
But my smiles and laughter will con you.
May Merry-sadness and pained-laughter befall you.
You have loved me well,you sold my love for a blue.
My love still wanders around but can't find you.
You feigned penchant and happen to love grew.
My soul will mourn you.
Not for demise but for precise due.

Flee,for I love you
Yes,would do anything to abscond you.
I love to kiss you,yes kiss you betrayal.
Let us walk side by side so I stab you sweet.
I will always be there for you,always con loyal.
My love is true and will comfort you strict.


by Emile Pinet |
Categories: 12th grade, anxiety, character, emotions, feelings, imagery, imagination,

Time To Adjust


Man lives with a thirst for reality He quenches with an imagination. Intrigued by the flight of a bumblebee, He’s a leaky vessel of frustration. His conscious mind extends itself beyond conflicts of morality and blind faith. But should His morals suddenly abscond, the human spirit morphs into a wraith. A white lie, half-truth and or omission is tolerated by Man's jaded heart. Love is an emotional addition, with a high, that’s completely off the chart. Susceptible, to anger and mistrust Man is mortal; He needs time to adjust. (Sonnet) Feb. 7, 2019 2019 Poetry Marathon Mile 17 Poetry Contest Sponsored by: Mark Toney

by Laura McCadden |
Categories: devotion, love, marriage, relationship,

You Ask How Much I Love You

Like the whore in every Fellini film
When the man of her dreams
Is about to throw her off a jagged Italian cliff
And abscond with her entire life savings
She tells him
As I tell you
Take it –
All that I have is yours
And then she jumps

by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: love,

Eglantine

Forsake me not, for I should pine
and waste, like tendrils on the vine
that shrivel when the rains abscond
and nullify our common bond.

For eglantine shall flourish not
when kept in shade, stilled in the pod,
as would our love without the spark
of nature, and the love of God.

So stay forever, do not fear
that I would ramble errantly,
for I shall nourish and protect thee
throughout all eternity.

by Robert Pettit |
Categories: adventure, love, art, art,

I Seek to Release Thee

Thou art held prisoner in a dungeon far away. Mine heart is dripping with sadness this day. My father the king looks upon thee with disdain. He thinks thou art just a commoner and plain. Thee I love, and seek to release thee from thy bonds. I shall gain thy freedom where after thou can abscond. After thou art free, thou can becomest my wife. In this kingdom or the next, thou will share mine life.

by James Horn |
Categories: religious,

From the Beginning

Many things Jesus must have meant
When down from heaven, He was sent
In a path which had been the right way
Could always tell it by what He did say.

It was as if His are was a magic wand
Even when running away or also abscond
Jesus often pit forth his outstretched hand
Words you heard were all perfectly planned.

My Father in heaven, He forever has been
And with all of His love He will let me in
Has been in heaven from very beginning
Can you count each when you were sinning?

by Muhammad Machina |
Categories: 1st grade, africa, art, poems, sad love, self, smart,

SINGLE

I've been freed as love walked away
The myth we've met were abscond silently 
The gladness had now turned into annoy
Mayhap i'll erudite to be singlehandedly 

They said that everyone is lonely sometimes 
But I'll invariably remain solitary all the times
As no futile or any sprout maiden will eliminates
I've annulled all the tattlers who blabbed my desires

Being single is all what made men to be legend
Thought I invariably stand affirm and not depended
And I'll forslow until God thrilled a matured maid
That gain and impart homage to the one who esteemed