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Allegory Abc Poems

These Allegory Abc poems are examples of Abc poems about Allegory. These are the best examples of Abc Allegory poems written by international poets.


Formless
When I peer through the windows of my eyes,
so desperately I want to know who I am.
What is the cause of my being?

At times I...

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Categories: allegory, birth, celebration,



Why Worry
No matter our struggle, our toil,
One day the wind will carry our dust
Carelessly across wind blown the lands.

Why worry and put so much of ourselves
And...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,

Doubt
What if the greatest thing I ever did wasn't a good thing at all.
What if i were unlovable, to never have been loved.
No Wait, there...

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Categories: allegory, angel, angst, emotions,

Be You
You say what you mean, and
For some reason, 
I cant wait to hear what you have to say ...
It seems to come from a part...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, analogy, angel,

fiery skies
is this is what we've born for
is this all in vain or is there's something more
how many times will i tell the same tale
my horizons...

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Categories: allegory, art, discrimination, humanity,

Economic Tranquility
America bypassed"coperative" downfall effectively felling good:Headway independence justification knowledge lengthened monthly national operating payments quarterly regardless;Supported testing unworthy variable world xanthus zonations!...

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Categories: 12th grade, adventure, allegory,

Regrets
(Regrets)

Every thing we do in life
They all have their effect.
Positive or negative, effects are always there.
So, we have to wait with good rocky heart for...

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Categories: allegory,

HAIKU
mountain goats
at higher stays
free*eyed...

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Categories: allegory,

Of this
of this
nothing left
of this
tomorrow's theft...

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Categories: allegory,

the unknown beauty
some where there are colors we've never set eyes on yet .
some where there's the love we always cried for but never felt  yet...

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Categories: adventure, allegory, angel, beautiful,

A Lonely Heart
A Lonely Heart
Deaths sweet cousin has become my companion
And the silent sounds and erect walls have felt my sorrow
Loneliness has rusticated my companionship because of...

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Categories: africa, allegory, angst,

Awakening
In ancient looms of my homeland,
Fairies once shuttled across threads of rainbows
Weaving folklores of gods and goddesses.

Our tapestry needed no haberdashery of
Brabubahanas and Chitrngadas or...

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Categories: 6th grade, abortion, absence,

Names
Names intrigue me the most.
Even mine does!
Come to think of it,
I was named even before I knew
About it.
Later, I was cleverly consoled -
What is in...

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Categories: 11th grade, 2nd grade,

Ruins
It's about time we talk of ruins.
So, let us talk, for you never know,
How long ears of hope will remain receptive.

Your lips are missing, and...

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Categories: age, allegory, allusion, angel,

Perfumes
Wicked wind hammering on doors and windows,
Trying to storm in while we lay on a green bed,
My left hand under your head, and
My right hand...

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Categories: abortion, adventure, allegory, allusion,

Invisible man
I am your invisible man,
Who is weary of revelations.

Warmth from a rub,
A cry, and the tremor
Are all within sight except your love,
Which remains defiant.

I drag...

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Categories: adventure, age, allegory, analogy,

Black
Black was a thief
Who stole anything
Between pots and clothes.

Son of a pundit,
He became a thief and
Humiliated the Brahmins.

I didn't want to be a thief,
But we...

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Categories: age, allegory, angel, animal,

DECEIT
So she had confidence in him
Displayed with deceit
The love for a poisonous crawl
Misplaced as it could be
Banging the drums so loud
For all to hear
With his...

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Categories: abortion, absence, abuse, adventure,

SWEET MOTHER
A lot of mothers clothe their children with silver and gold,
So that the shine like the orange sun rays,
And glow like the silver of the...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa, age,

GOOD MORNING
With the night comes fear and darkness,
forcing us to surrender our visions and ambition.
Expecting the light we blind ourselves,
As we close our eyes in fear...

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Categories: 10th grade, 12th grade,