Love Poems About Abracadabra or Abracadabra Love Poems
by Mark Goodson |
Categories: fantasy, funny, happiness, life, love, drug,

Viagra

I once had a wife named Cleopatra
Who expected me to perform some abracadabra
My body is old
But I became bold
So I went off to the drug store for some viagra


by Asif Andalib |
Categories: children, life, love, passion, romance,

Loves abracadabra

I have spelled out love’s abracadabra 
To take the gem from head of a cobra
I am playing the pipe to make her dance
I am dancing with her in wild romance
I have broken her fang to tame her now
She has become as good as a pet cow
I have touched her head with my magic wand
In order to make real my sweet dreamland
Thus I have turned her into a woman
Now she has become my favorite fan

by Arturo Michael |
Categories: corruption, money, political,

The Witch Hunt

Passing the Moon

Flies the wicked witch

Over the White House

Squatting on broom stick


Casting a spell 

Vigorously stirs the pot

Abracadabra 

Collusion it's not


Behind bars

Disciples pay the price

For the love of money

They are the sacrifice


In this witch hunt

Circulating Capitol Hill

It's the Salem trials

All over again



























   












by Jeremy Street |
Categories: absence, abuse, addiction, love,

They Just Haven't Found A Way To Make Money

....On It Yet ? But As Soon As 'They' Do, They'll Be On It ¿
Nothing as no one shall stand in their way and all things are
Expendable: Body, mind, spirit, child it does not matter to these
Spots about time where their an endless line; a splattering of cause
Where in everybody wants to rule her world ? Power rush one's vanity yes
Just like Lucifer going to set his throne above, "THE KING:" darting eyes quivering
Thighs fluttering baby girls Angel wings: Ahhh, give the clown a crown upon their way down....
Intrigued the children gathering about: Man we've told this tale ten thousand times: Your, abracadabra.

by felix anaswa |
Categories: adventure, betrayal, goodbye, lost love, love, love hurts, satire, seasons,

EX-LOVER

HELLO,IT'S ME
AND MY LOVE
DOING THINGS WE LOVE
DO YOU DO IT?
DO YOU SEE IT?
DO YOU FEEL IT?
DO YOU LOVE IT?
HERE I DO
YES I DO

OOPS!
I KNOW YOU HATE IT
JEALOUS!
BUT YOU HAVE TO KNOW
I AM BETTER THAN OUR BEST EVER 
ANYWAY
SAY HELLO TO YOUR RASCAL IN THE NEST
BEFORE YOU FLY TO THE  NEXT
ABRACADABRA WHORE-MONGER 




by Evelyn Swartz |
Categories: easter, flower, spring, sun,

Abracadabra it's Spring

Winter white has gone away
The colds all but disappeared
Spring is an amazing thing
Little deer come out to play
Sunrise in the early morn
Happiness, a sunny day
Sunset in the late evening
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
Pink flowers have reappeared
An amazing thing is Spring
Children love Easter Sunday
          03/12/2021

Written for Abracadabra March Magic Poetry Contest
Sponsored by William Kekaula

by Regina McIntosh |
Categories: magic, march,

March Magic

enchanted by the lights who twinkle in kind eyes Singing of joy, hope and faith inspirations of grace on the nights when love assures the spirit of pleasures in the winning fights of those who listen to their feelings as they climb to new heights praying and praising with cries Ringing applause through the heart dreams shadowed by marvelous sights abracadabra March Magic poetry contest March 10, 2021 Sponsored by: William Kekaula

by Eve Roper |
Categories: love, nature,

To the Depth Of Love


Through the break of morn scents of new roses Shall taunt tease; teardrops of lilies shimmer. Butterflies about flitting, small birds sing In the ardent autumn color branches Inviting anxious fluttering light through. Lovers lay for a while though day closes Truss romantic breath of waft sweetness dream As pleasing painted meadow proposes Poetic passion beat; light grows dimmer. Small birds sing, butterflies about flitting Over sweet plant's nectar it composes 3/26/2021 Poetry Contest: Abracadabra March Magic Sponsored by: William Kekaula

by L MILTON HANKINS |
Categories: humorous, kiss, love, youth,

The Kiss

In the first grade, as well as I can now recall,
I took my lovely little Bonnie by the hand
[Held it in a firm clasp, she uttered a quick gasp]
And planted a big kiss on her cheek in the hall
Regrettably a teacher saw this sweet gesture
And, an old maid, she was not so impressed at all
Clucking her tongue, then displaying a nasty frown,
In comfortable shoes standing up very tall
Blabbed to teachers what she saw all over the land
[She uttered a quick gasp, held it in a firm clasp]
Ever thereafter this young lover took the fall.

FIRST PLACE WINNER
Written April 20, 2021
For "A New Abracadabra Poem" Contest
Sponsored by Emile Pinet
Eleven 12-syllable lines checked

by Juliet Ligon |
Categories: anxiety, care, for him, husband, love, sleep, storm,

The Magic of Your Arms

Lightning charges into the atmosphere. 
Thunder tosses his tantrums of passion.
Sway me to sleep in unwavering arms
with the fuzz of your body ever near
like a tough teddy bear, trusted from youth.
When my unsettled heart begins to fear,
hold me until the setting of the moon.
Whisper courageous words, my thoughts to steer
as my skin melts into your compassion.
In unwavering arms, sway me to sleep.
My dreams will be sweet for there you'll appear.

3-28-2021
AbRacadabRa rhyme scheme
10 syllables per line
(Not for contest)

by Courtney Hubbert |
Categories: abuse, dark, devotion, gothic, love hurts, pain, violence,

Voodooed By You

You stab at my manufactured beatless heart,
and tear off my tattered burlap textile.
Puncturing the weakened breath from my tight lungs.
To you, I’m just a naked doll’s unsexed part,
while enduring revenge pain for your feigned love.
Taking mock death with a bent smile from the start. 
Your list grows longer, my devotion stays true.
Our creativeness shown like expensive art.
Sharp pins and needles make me feel worthwhile,
from the tight breath puncturing my weakened lungs. 
Us two, hand-in-hand, this world we must depart. 


Contest Name: A New Abracadabra Poem Poetry Contest
Sponsor Name: Emile Pinet
Style: Rhyme (Abracadabra)
Date: April 20, 2021


by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: analogy, dream, fantasy, imagery,

Dreams Of Dew Drops


Night lifts dark veil from the face of silk sky,
sunburst horizon blossoms golden dawn,
on flushing meadow dreams of dew drops glow
while on the dancing blades of grass they lie.
Dense shadow of dark cloud melts on my face,
where you see my yearning grows wings to fly
like a butterfly flitting on rapture,
makes an enticing motif soaring high
on the first sunbeam trailing the night gone.
Dreams of dew drops glow on flushing meadow
where the buds unfurl my love you descry.

April 10, 2021
Syllable count per line 10
Checked on howmanysyllables.co
Rhyme checked on RhymeZone.com
Contest : AbracadabRa March Magic
Sponsor : William Kekaula

by Unseeking Seeker |
Categories: death, joy, muse,

Our last thoughts

Death comes a-calling, are we still smiling
Like a bliss mist, unfettered and unbound
In joy we canter, heart our love centre
Glowing in the life stream scintillating 
Within all storms still, as divine light fills
Knowing death but merely transitioning
Awareness continues, as life renews
In each domain, soul unstained imbibing
Love the common ground, in pastures new found
Heart our love centre, in joy we canter
Death Gods kind hand, enabling our merging

24-April-2021

Form: Abracadabra, syllable count/line=10

A new Abracadabra poem Poetry Contest
Sponsor: Emile Pinet

by Evelyn Swartz |
Categories: forgiveness, life, love, write,

Live Your Life

Forgive your shortcomings, seize the day
Go for the true happiness that you seek
Count stars at night, indulge yourself, and write
Work efficiently then take time to play
Love with all your heart and expect nothing
Compromise but don’t let your morals sway
Take time to feel raindrops and taste the snow
Sculpt a masterpiece, your life is the clay
Be sure to think about the words you speak
Indulge yourself and write, count stars at night
Smile if things are tough, it will be okay
                         05/01/2021

Written for A new Abracadabra Poem Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Emilie Pinet

by Subimal Sinha-Roy |
Categories: analogy, beauty, goodbye, love,

Ripple Of Grace


Night lifts dark veil up above the silk sky,
dawn draws golden scene on horizon low.
Dancing hues entwine with the sunbeam shine,
paint my meadow where pearls of dewdrops lie.
Shadow of crimson cloud drifts on my face,
turns to yearning, in your heart’s sky it’ll fly
on cadence of colors rippling your grace. 
On the canvas of my mind I descry
you as a wet leaf tinged by sunburst glow.
With the sunbeam shine dancing hues entwine
your lure with my soul till I say goodbye.

May 5, 2021
Syllable count : 10 per line (howmanysyllables.com)
Rhyme checked on RhymeZone.com
Contest : A New Abracadabra Poem
Sponsor : Emile Pinet