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Green Abc Poems

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


Australia
Diversity blooms green and raw
Golden land triggering freedom
Democracy under the jurisdiction of law
Perfection of nature without any flaw
Excitement causing the extinction of boredom

Glorious land burning...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,



Young and Hopeful Africa
Africa, you are young through us today
No one intends to miss you to frown
Your day’s today for the world to watch
An amazing day God made...

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Categories: africa, community,

Inside Green Africa
Inside the green land of Africa
An idea was born in a gentle mind
It grew up to develop like a hyacinth 
With pure water and no...

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Categories: africa, appreciation, creation, education,

The lady who liked mangos
Down by Hope Street where the frangipanis bask,
And the Goddess of Love has put up her tent,
Lives a lady with fire in her eyes and...

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Categories: 10th grade,

I love a tree
I love a tree that stands so tall 
with leaves of green and red and fawn
you stand majestic, pretty and free
you are a tree of...

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Categories: anxiety, art, autumn, beauty,

Battered Shattered and Scattered
Mrs Gladys Wackjob:
“What the goodness is wrong with this hospital,
I receive better service in a restaurant.
You nurses sit there doing nothing while my
Husband is dying....

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Categories: 10th grade,

I AM, I WILL
I AM, I WILL

WRITTEN BY JEFF R HILTON

2019

I AM THE DREAMER
I AM THE DREAM
I AM THE NIGHTMARE
I AM THE SCREAM 

I'M THE OCEAN
I'M THE SAND
I...

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Categories: angel, beautiful, blue, cheer

dream birthday
once you lay eyes upon lalinia 
it's emotional mania
a forehead sized sun
two eyes sized green moons
perfection finally in tune 
she's a universe by herself
it's the...

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Categories: angel, anniversary, birthday, care,

Battered Shattered and Scattered
Mrs Wackjob:
“What the goodness is wrong with this hospital,
I’ve received better service in a restaurant.
You nurses sit there doing nothing while my
Husband is dying. Why...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Flowers and Powers

I used to ignore flowers. It is unmanly to love each one.
They stand like medals given to valiant soldiers for what they’ve done.
 But I...

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Categories: 10th grade,

The Lady Who Liked Mangoes
Down by Hope Street where the frangipanis bask,
And the Goddess of Love has put up her tent,
Lives a lady with fire in her eyes and...

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Categories: 10th grade,

We are nearly home, my angel, we are nearly home

My dear, my angel, do not worry, we are not lost,
We will follow the well-worn sacred path at all cost,
And be guided by the star...

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Categories: 10th grade,

The beast
Anger is an alarm to the inner beast,
With clenched fists and teeth,
Slowly drawing hefty breaths,
Biting into words and stamping the floor beneath
He’s deformed and blind,...

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Categories: anger, angst,

The Rain over Kiama
The lush green hills near Kiama are open to the raining,
It is a violent, swirling love-making that is unlike flesh.
That elements should play one another...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Battered, Shattered and Scattered
Mrs Wackjob:
“What the goodness is wrong with this hospital,
I’ve received better service in a restaurant.
You nurses sit there doing nothing while my
Husband is dying. Why...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Battered, Shattered and Scattered
Mrs Wackjob:
“What the goodness is wrong with this hospital,
I’ve received better service in a restaurant.
You nurses sit there doing nothing while my
Husband is dying. Why...

Read More
Categories: 10th grade,

Battered Shattered and Scattered
Mrs Wackjob:
“What the goodness is wrong with this hospital,
I’ve received better service in a restaurant.
You nurses sit there doing nothing while my
Husband is dying. Why...

Read More
Categories: 10th grade,

We are nearly home my angel we are nearly home
My dear, my angel, do not worry, we are not lost,
We will follow the well-worn sacred path at all cost,
And be guided by the star...

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Categories: 10th grade,

The Lady who liked Mangoes
Down by Hope Street where the frangipanis bask,
And the Goddess of Love has put up her tent,
Lives a lady with fire in her eyes and...

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Categories: 10th grade,

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,