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Famous Abracadabra Poems by Famous Poets

These are examples of famous Abracadabra poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great educational poetry resource of famous abracadabra poems. These examples illustrate what a famous abracadabra poem looks like and its form, scheme, or style (where appropriate).

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by Graves, Robert the lad for me; 
Hey and hither, my lad! 

“To bring my brave boy unto my arms, 
What need have I of magic charms— 
‘Abracadabra!’ and ‘Prestopuff’?
I have but to wish, and that is enough. 
The charms are vain, one wish is enough. 
My master pledged my hand to a wizard; 
Transformed would I be to toad or lizard 
If e’er he guessed—but fiddlededee
For a black-browed sorcerer, now,” quo’ she. 
“Let Cupid smile and the fiend must flee; 
Hey and hither, my lad....Read More

by Nash, Ogden and lop,
They they raise a record crop,
Then they laugh their sides asunder,
And plow the whole caboodle under.

Abracadabra, thus we learn
The more you create, the less you earn.
The less you earn, the more you’re given,
The less you lead, the more you’re driven,
The more destroyed, the more they feed,
The more you pay, the more they need,
The more you earn, the less you keep,
And now I lay me down to sleep.
I pray the Lord my soul to take
If the tax-collector...Read More

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