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Winter Abc Poems

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


Winters Cruelty


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Categories: winter,



Autumn Leaves



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Categories: autumn,

May
T'was like autumn at May,
Where the sun vaguely sprinkled
Its delightful rays
At the tree which bore
Thy love that reigned
And shed its leaves
Like drops of rain.

T'was like...

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Categories: autumn, heartbroken, lost love,

a personal tomorrow
when tomorrow
that never comes come 
when I witness
my kingdom come
when everyone
really worships his hidden chip
when you look
back how insane was the trip
when you realize
that believin...

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Categories: allegory, creation, culture, history,

DON'T TALK TO ME
Don't  talk to me about summer nights and red roses.
about pink butterflies and goosebumps
about candlelight dinners and enchanting dreams
Talk to me about the ...

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Categories: mother,



Tangled
As the last leaf falls from the winter tree,
The last drop of my blood flows into my heart .
So numb to my surrounding i feel...

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Categories: anger, deep, depression, feelings,

A poem for May
A Poem For May.

As autumn shade's fall softly upon the ground and cloud's 
Melt away as the sun drift's down. Colour's burst into light 
and...

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Categories: 10th grade, 7th grade,

Premium Member W - Wake
Wayward winds whirl, warping the already weathered wings of the wanderer
Weakly wobbling through winters widespread wall of white
Week after week the weather weighs down
Withered more...

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Categories: adventure, death, family, heartbreak,

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,

Premium Member The Beach
Along the water's edge, the grey waves
Break noisily in a white foam spray,
Curling carefully like well-permed hair.
Driftwood carried on to the shingle
Envelops the wind-blown plastic...

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Categories: beach, sea, winter,

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,

The narrowing
An elegance can be found in the narrowing,
As memories line together like a pearl necklace,
And clouded moments vanish and amount to nothing,
And all are gently...

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Categories: 10th grade,

LET'S DO THAT AGAIN
LET'S TRY THIS AGAIN. 

I feel every bit of your heartbeats?. 
I could hear even the unspoken words behind your tongue??. 
Your silence is too...

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Categories: baby, beautiful, best friend,

Premium Member Winter's Grace
A bitter cold
delivers extreme frosty gales,
howling incessantly,
jesters knocks lingering,
mother nature's opaque
performance quivers
regal snowflakes
twinkling underneath
veils wooden
xenial yielding zenith

January 6th 2019

Contest: Early January 2019 Any Form Or...

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Categories: storm, winter,

SECLUSION
The summer men are standing, alone upon this wretched stone,
Contorted, bent and torn, dressed in paper-like ragged clothing.
The ashes of the universe, they are the...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Dementor's Kiss
This time last year, 
I had my world 
upside down.

I opened my eyes, laid on bed and didn't move. Then a little, I moved to...

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Categories: deep, depression, heartbroken, loneliness,

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,

SECLUSION

The summer men are standing, alone upon a wretched stone,
Contorted, bent and torn. Dressed in paper-like ragged clothing,
The ashes of the universe, they are brother...

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Categories: 10th grade,

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,

Premium Member Christmas Eve
On this cold winter night you can only see, 
One bright Christmas tree light,
It is far up above in the sky this night, 
and it...

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Categories: christmas,