Love Poems About Abdicate or Abdicate Love Poems
by Deborah Burch |
Categories: allegory, life, love, metaphor,

The Oak Leaf

The Oak Leaf

Tenaciously upon its bough 
The wintered, withered leaf
Sustains the Southern wind somehow
Like breakers on a reef. 

Each naked limb...a syncopate...
In "New Orleans Rag" time
And time again to abdicate 
This clinging from its clime. 

Aloft, above, abreast a hive
Of busy buzzing bees...
The taste of honey brings alive
A temporary tease;

But in the distance, thunder shouts
And lightning cracks the skies...
The circ'ling West wind joins the South's
As every leaf mound flies. 

Still sticks the withered leaf above
Like honeyed toast...cohesing love. 



by Alkas Poetry |
Categories: allegory, allusion, extended metaphor, humanity, love, poetry, words,

Declaration of Love To Humanity and Poetry

If it's for the general well-being of poetry
I declare that I will remain a poet
even without honors and earnings...
If it's for the total well-being of humanity,
I will continue to be human, even if
compliments or awards never receive...
call me a fool poet,
dreamy... all in complete harmony,
I will not abdicate on being who I am...!
A fighter for peace and progress
of humanity and universal love!

by Unseeking Seeker |
Categories: muse,

Choose Love and Light

Can we abdicate
thoughts that agitate,
which shrivel our soul,
burning like hot coal?

To whom do thoughts come,
that veil God’s kingdom,
shrouding divine light,
making day like night?

In-dwelling this form,
invite bliss pulse warm
to throb in each pore,
whilst keeping no score!


by Amanda Spence |
Categories: life, love


You abandoned such an innocent soul, 
and set thy heart ablaze.
To abdicate the only one who accepted your imperfect ways?

Countless hours we'd sit and converse, 
who knew it'd end this way?
We use to speak of forever,
now there's nothing left to say.

Our love was ment to be timeless,
to weather and storm;
how could a bond that felt so right turn out to be so wrong?

No matter what the future holds,
we'll both realize in time;
it's complicating,  munipulating, no use complaining;

by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: emotions, funny, humorous, loss, love, wife,

King and She

The king announced he might abdicate, but first his enemies he would castigate. He thought slowly and did concentrate before he sought them to intimidate. His comely wife he did adulate. He did not wish to deprecate her reputation so he did hesitate, himself or her, to incriminate. She had no thought to duplicate, no desire at all to replicate and he was willing to extricate himself from the desire to procreate. His enemies ready to infiltrate, he sought the wisdom to meditate on how he might obdurate and keep his kingdom inviolate.

by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: allegory,


Dive into your dream
Work to make it mainstream

Your heart and mind clear
Body and soul spark cheer

Your time and space well
Live passion where you dwell

Quit when you're ahead
Meet the fear that you dread

Live love that blossoms
Be love that's most awesome

Destiny aligns fate
Live here and now not late

Leon Enriquez
13 August 2018

by Alkas Poetry |
Categories: allegory, allusion, appreciation, hate, love, metaphor, psychological,

Treat the Lack of Love With Love

If lack of love confronts you,
face him with love...
If he doesn't abdicate
don't surrender...
If he revolts,
treat him with
further love yet...
If none is worth it,
offer him truly and calmly,
with tenderness, the exit door... !