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Old Abc Poems

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

The Narrowing
Glowing days that were once red-cheeked and ripe with promise,
Are narrowing like tall candles in a church window,
Tapering from the golden stand and the sturdy...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Help me find myself
In this rough timing of time 
help me find myself cause 
sometimes it's even hard for 
my eyes to can search for 
you . I...

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Categories: angel, anger, anxiety, april,

Our Hands Build A Road
My hand in yours
Your hand in mine,
A hold on the heart
Forever they entwine.

Cross our paths
We build a road, 
Sharing our ups and downs
Together we grow...

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Categories: love,

Dancing at Midnight
All around is calm at midnight
The day has been might and tight
I might have lost my sight
But I can still remember to cite

This is my...

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Categories: age, dance, friendship, friendship

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,

It’s not as easy 
As you may know
Food is legal 
And can be 
Gotten to go
I find myself
In the same 
Old Bloat
We eat when 

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Categories: food, health, inspirational, music,

Something awoke
I was drifting in a senseless daze.
Comfortably numb, unloving and unliving.

You awoke something deep in me.
Something lost since the time of innocence.

Life, returned, love, returned.


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Categories: depression, feelings, heartbroken, longing,

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 Need No Rose
I need no rose
You art my rose
My red red rose
The same old rose

I need no rose
But rather
A little bit pause
A skip of pulse

I need no...

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Categories: love, romantic love,

Our Daily Bread
Racism. Trying to prove ones skin tone or ethnicity is superior to another’s. 

Why we let a such word control society is beyond the human...

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Categories: old, racism,

my realization
i suffer from my mistakes
I feel small and out of place 
I watched the terrors of the world 
from the opening of my gates 


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Categories: appreciation, education, endurance, family,

Pain is a feeling that I feel every single day, 
not knowing where or how bad it will be is the worst,
feelings are apart of...

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Categories: anxiety, boyfriend, character, chocolate,

The Speed of Light
Fast as our feet moves
Fast as a bike
Driving on threaded roads
Faster in a car
As swift as the mind thinks
The road is not far
Traveling many miles

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Categories: confidence, longing, motivation,

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

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Categories: africa, character, conflict,

My Name Is Society
I cause one's self confidence to crumble away  
Like a worn-down building left to decay 
I infect the minds of the old and young...

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Categories: 11th grade, discrimination, gender,

She had the fixation of their closeness
Ubnormally,her heart flapping from left to right 
That night her table full of flagons
And every love film she saw...

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Categories: betrayal, sorrow,

She came
She came, a naked beauty without a name,
Searching a vessel of love's fragrance,
Though vessels are-if falsified- not the same,
Love's lure sails in silence and bore

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Categories: dark, poetry,

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,

Veronica says goodbye
It was midnight and Veronica only wanted one thing!
She knew her scumbag of a husband was in bed 
with the maid. She loaded her gun...

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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,