Love Poems About Aaa or Aaa Love Poems
by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: 11th grade, appreciation, celebration, prayer, spiritual,

Triple AAA

Ave! You alone are the Absolute and Almighty Authority --Appoint and anoint us as agents in your army against the antagonist as he awaits his Avenger and the abyss Alleluia! You are our Advocate, abiding, awe-inspiring, able, and appealing --Admonish us again in our avarice, abuse and anger --Aid us also to abandon adultery, abortion, apostasy, arrogance and anxiety. Amen! You are the Ancient of Days, the Alpha, Abba, Adonai, Anointed One and the I AM. --Accept the aroma of agape love arising in the air as we act in one accord.
written March 28, 2019 Sponsor: Beata Agustin Contest: ALLITERATION REGARDING RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD

by Bernard F. Asuncion |
Categories: lost love,

Halfway Up

He climbed the hill of coupling
with gladness that love could bring
but had no happy ending.

Note: This form is called Diona, a traditional short Filipino poem which is only a tercet, having 7 syllables in each line, and aaa rhyming scheme.

by Michael Degenhardt |
Categories: fantasy, love, passion, beauty, beauty, love,

I Found You (Zejel)

I sought to find the sunny skies
There, found beauty before my eyes
Your beauty is without disguise

Reflects a love so very true
No mask upon the sight of you
Left with only one thing to do
I succumb to the lover’s cries

Now, here we are in warm embrace
The sweet perfume, your porcelain face
Body draped in beautiful lace
Releases this mans deeper sighs

I cannot live without you near
Distance then, is my only fear
I love you, darling, most sincere
Until my unwanted demise

overall rhyming scheme for the poem is
aaa/bbba/ccca/ddda/... Colloquial language tends
to be used, and 8-syllable lines are usual (though not

by Michael Degenhardt |
Categories: life, love,

Together (Englyn Milwr)

Hold my hand in yours so tight
As we stand right here this night
Morning, we’ll welcome sunlight

Englyn Milwr Celtic, three line stanza, seven syllables in each line, rhyming 
scheme aaa.

by Teresa Harr-Pena |
Categories: caregiving, devotion, father, children, mother,

Kids and Insurance

A bottle of beer
Maybe a glass of wine
I offer to you
Sit back and unwind

Talk about the children
Memories make is sigh
Remember parenthood
Came with no contract to buy

There's no lease agreement
Can't trade them in
Insure with full coverage
That's where it all begins

Coverage comes from the heart
It has unlimited length
No matter where they go
It offers astronomical strength

When they break down
Don't call AAA
Only a parents love
Can get them on there way

by Michael Degenhardt |
Categories: life, love, love,

Lovein Flight (Zejel)

There is a lot of love in me
It is so easy then to see
I wish to share it all with thee

So take my hand give in to it
Two hearts as one, so they will fit
The candle here to then be lit
As our love will then set us free

Cast not away the love, or die
You must at least give it a try
Together then two hearts can fly
So forever our love will be

overall rhyming scheme for the poem is aaa/bbba/ccca/ddda/... Colloquial 
language tends to be used, and 8-syllable lines are usual