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Abbess Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
knocking in a basin filled with leaves Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? abbess, assonance, baby,
simple synchronization x Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? abbess, baseball, bird,
Neophyte jan oskar hansen Sonnet Sonnet abbess, anger, career, class,
Mountain Climb Laura Breidenthal Concrete Concrete abbess, happiness, love, nature, passion,
Just...Pretend Cate Rock Rhyme Rhyme abbess, brother

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Abbess Poem Example

Mountain Climb

-Read from bottom to up, left to right and help me climb this mountain-

Truly Rejoice To be free, To reach the top Just allow yourself You are very strong I am no longer afraid Soon I will be at the top It is so beautiful and bright The luminous peak is in view Birds and insects cheering me on And laugh wholeheartedly as I continue I recall Mother Abbess from The Sound of Music By legs began to feel the tire of present but still I go I can never truly feel alone in this realm of natural green Alone I climb, accompanied with the music of my tempo-stilled mind I scramble like a beast, engorging in my own energy and headstrongness I fear no end of precious time—I certainly fear not the likes of you, you rampart My head is whirling in the wood—basking in the smells and sights of the enigmas beyond No rack of irrespirable doubt can dare to bring me down again—I simply, modestly refuse it I am inwardly confident and free—eyes focused straight up to the flurry, blurry peaks of new The sun beats down on my flesh—tough, warm love that has supported me from the beginning of time Without further forbidding thought, I make my way upwards, looking up at the highest mountain in awe
-it may be a little too long at parts, but it DID fit on my microsoft word anyway...xD Enjoy my pyramid/volcano/mountain thing..-

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