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House Abc Poems

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


What Is It About Me
What is it about me? Is it, I'm not the beauty, you think I ought to be? Is it, the bags under my eyes, my...

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Categories: depression, hurt, judgement, sad,



THE ANGEL
TONIGHT I SAW AN ANGEL SETTING NEXT TO ME. SHE BRINGS ME UP WHEN I AM DOW SHE ALWAYS HELPS ME .THE LAST 2 YEARS...

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© glen pugh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: faith, goodbye, marriage,

Bee Sting
Annoying sensation felt internally
Bees buzz buzzing and stinging
Cumulated over a heptagonal hive
Disturbing me and buzzing away I the keeper
Every sting clots the capillaries 
Fierce is...

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Categories: how i feel, hurt,

The Boy Who Cried German
*The Boy Who cried German*

  Although Ikeh was as nervous as ever he still gathered a little guts to address those sluts. He always...

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Categories: 10th grade, absence, adventure,

The Tree
There are those who ponder right from wrong.
The answer is found in the Tree.
The Tree is always right. It has no moral confusion.
If I cut...

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Categories: 10th grade,



Sometimes in Sierra Leone
End the grief and pain
End the tears and shame
We did suffered in the hands of the rebels so we forght for peace to reign
Our future...

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Categories: africa, cry, death, war,

Where I Come From
I’m from small town homes and rose bushes overgrown, with
Close-but-not-too-close-close-knit-crazies.
Where my best friend lives down the block and I make late night trips to her...

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Categories: family, love,

I am greater than I was
Joy and smiles characterized the atmosphere to meet my arrival.
Given an identity and welcomed with a bitter and a soft taste.
Deaf to the excitement around...

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Categories: africa, age, appreciation, birth,

A Family That Gained Peace
Long time ago; in an African land
In a house whose walls with fine flannelette sheets
Whose roof was well made
A house whose floor was well tiled
Lived...

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Categories: africa, character, conflict,

The Mistress
THE MISTRESS

She is showered with expensive gifts and treated like royalty
With cold, hard cash he manages to buy her loyalty
She is able to take advantage...

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Categories: marriage,

A dreadful morning
A dreadful morning

He never thought it was goodbye until it happened,
An ordinary day it was, filled with the joys of a new day,
The world was...

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Categories: pain,

Dad and the creaky window
The house wasn’t as old as my father,
However some parts were starting to creak,
He detested outliving my mother,
And  wanted a still house that didn’t...

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Categories: 10th grade,

The Train to Treblinka
It was a glorious day in 1943,
The kind of day you wish to hug your children carefree.
The frozen Polish Winter winds were almost dying,
 The...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Wishful Thinking
An old man sat thinking
Oh what shall I do
I really could do
With a woman or two!
The younger the better
Or three in a bed
Why are these...

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Categories: funny,

My stupid Mum
Why did she get that degree in Fine Arts,
Oh what a like total Loser.
It won’t do her any good.
And that time when the neighbours house...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Dad and the creaky window
The house wasn’t as old as my father,
However some parts were starting to creak,
He detested outliving my mother,
And  wanted a still house that didn’t...

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Categories: 10th grade,

I WANT TO BE EXCUSED
I don't wanna be used
I wanna be excused
Don't ask for my attention
If you won't be worth my mention
Don't promise not hurt me
If you won't love...

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Categories: dedication, deep, emotions, how

Rare
We,
We are alone, together.
Yes, you.
Floating,
Bobbing like buoys.
It's strange,
That I am not alone
In this ocean.
Bubbling to the surface.
We,
Now together,
Looking out to the mist
Smelling harsh salt and...

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Categories: metaphor, ocean, sea,

needing a tow
I'm trying to breath but it's hard to, living 
in this world like being trapped behind d-
oor  corner. Seeking for a light but still...

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Categories: adventure, africa, america, baptism,

MY SON'S WIFE

Atlast,he has married,
Am now less worried,
My son has brought a wife,
Whom together he will share a life,
But am confused,she is strange,
Hers are a wide cant...

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Categories: mother son,