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Analogy Abc Poems

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


My selfie with words by Alexia Brinsley

My selfie with words
By alexia brinsley
 
How do We capture a moment when the flash doesn’t  work, and ideals can't be cropped in a...

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Categories: analogy, anxiety, beauty, bullying,

Premium MemberGod's Good Week by Gregory R Barden

After God had set the worlds to spin
Below the splendid canopy of stars
Cyan skies to let each breath begin
Dangled o'er an orb of earthen spars

Each...

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Categories: analogy, animal, creation, earth,



Found by Tedd Donnelly
I was born on the dark side of town, my mama never gave me a name.
She just placed me, just so that I would be...

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Categories: analogy,

Time by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
Like cloth you wear me
Like a tool you use me
Like termites you chew my days
Like ink you spill me
And write stories
Of love and hate
On your...

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Categories: absence, abuse, adventure, age,

Missing by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
She emerged from the bathroom
Wrapped in a cloud
Shrouded by scented mist
She bent forward 
With her hands on the knees
Her curls poured
A black waterfall
She blew a...

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Categories: age, america, analogy, animal,

I ask by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
If there is no sickness
If no accident occur
If no one murders anybody
If one doesn't commit suicide
How long a man lives
I ask

If one goes to church...

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Categories: abortion, abuse, addiction, allah,

Five lives and a shadow by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
In my homeland
Every man was born
With five lives and a shadow

In my homeland
Every man walked
With five lives and a shadow

In my homeland
When a man died
Five...

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Categories: absence, abuse, addiction, adventure,

Perfumes by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
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 by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
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,

In the hills of seven huts by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
In the hills of seven huts,
Where war is either a place or surname,
And dreams are translated into numbers,
And a number became a gambler's sad song,
I...

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Categories: adventure, analogy, appreciation, art,

Catching the Wind by Mugisho Theophile
Days and nights, he spent running
To collect a Rose for his inner room
Nicely Roses smell, and gorgeous they are. 

On the one he wanted to...

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Categories: adventure, analogy, inspiration,

A Killer Prom by Tera Brown
The night that's perfect, 
Isn't going to be, 
Should be great music, 
And all dressed beautifully, 
A couple of men, 
Picking up there dates, 
A...

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Categories: adventure, analogy, best friend,

The Bitterness of Honey by Mugisho Theophile

The day’s been impressively amazing
Because everything was entertaining
Birds sang sweetly in shrubs like Hellen
On blossoms lots of bees sought pollen  

Bumblebees have been busy...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, anxiety,

The Wind by Mugisho Theophile
The sun had woken up the people.
The morning was quietly inspiring with a role, 
When a deafening strong wind irrupted;
It hurled and made trees bend.

Grass...

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Categories: analogy,

Toiling Hard For Eating Raw by Mugisho Theophile

Everywhere we were, we were in the mood of seeking eyrie
At times, life’s roses and prickles prerequisite no banana
The forest accommodates amazing trees and flowers...

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Categories: analogy, work,

Give up by Roldan Uybubulante
My life from pointless line.
A man for the woman
And the universe itself
Travel on cities
Seeking out on the mountains 
Walking to the cliff of galaxies
Knock on...

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Categories: analogy, anniversary, black love,

Premium MemberFANTIC EDIBLES by James Edward Lee Sr.

FANTIC EDIBLES
 
APPLES
BAKED
COOKED
DUNK
EATEN
FIRST
GOOD
HAVING
I
JUICE
KANGAROOS
LEAVING
ME
NOW
ORANGES
PINEAPPLES
QUICKLY
RADISHES
STRAWBERRIES
TOASTED
UNDER
VENOM
WEATHERED
Xigua
Yuzu 
Zucchini 


8/4/18
written words by James Edward Lee Sr.©2018...

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Categories: analogy, food,

Vision For Tomorrow by Julius Lawrence
Anyone who limits their vision to yesterday is doom to fail
Tomorrow will not bring force result without today
I like to dream of the future, but...

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Categories: adventure, america, analogy, appreciation,

My friend by Roldan Uybubulante
Our imperfection.
And never ending joy.
We're funny little buddies.
From sunrise to sunset.
Somebody is offset.
I'm a nasty friend.
Like you cook fried egg and nothing less in the...

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Categories: analogy, autumn, boyfriend, change,

Cease by Manya Saxena
Chasing , incandescent light
Crossing , narrow steep street
Purgation, the raison d'être
I shall see,  I shall see. 

(Eyes shut) 

Sluicing , the river ends
Splattering ,...

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Categories: absence, analogy, birth, death,