Love Poems About Abbey or Abbey Love Poems
by Emile Pinet |
Categories: abuse, angst, dark, emotions, feelings, heartbreak, imagery,

A Moral Tragedy

Emma was a little girl of fourteen with an inquisitive mind and kind heart. And on most days, she'd drop by the Abbey on her way home from her job at Walmart. She would daydream of becoming a nun imagining tending to souls in pain. And it gave her parents a sense of pride knowing the depth of love the world will gain. With some persuasion, she entered the park to drink in the beauty of a small stream. And there she was assaulted by a monster her throat cut to stifle her feeble scream. A moral tragedy beyond compare, it makes you question why God's so unfair. 7/17/2017

by Emile Pinet |
Categories: beautiful, character, encouraging, feelings, imagery, innocence, inspirational,

Humanity's Best

The nuns in the Abbey adore Emma, for she often visits them after school. And volunteers her time and assistance, barely thirteen, she thinks that nuns are cool. It fills her parents with a sense of pride, when she discusses becoming a nun. For they know, she has so much love to give, judging by the things she's already done. It sometimes takes a little persuasion to get her to leave the park before dark. For she has a profound love of nature and a tinder heart awaiting a spark. An example of humanity's best, she's an inspiration for all the rest. (Sonnet) 7/31/2016

Categories: grief, howl, love,

Dark Love

I fall in love with you
Seeing the flute play of Krishna

I fall in love with you
Seeing the waiting way of Radhe

One slice of smiling on snowy rose
Rowing the oar of the cloudy boat
Crown maple leaf of the spring time
Twinkling stars on the bare sky lime
Spread colorful petals on thy roads 
All loving sonnets in Cupid envelops
Tribute all these for your love
But I never see thy flying dove

Today I’m on the scattered alone way
Without thy love I’m insight-less abbey  


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