August Abecedarian Poems
These August Abecedarian poems are examples of Abecedarian poems about August. These are the best examples of Abecedarian August poems written by international poets.
Anchored by its feet hangs the carcass
Butcher removes brisket and strings it
Chuck steak diced for stews and pies
Dark well matured silverside rests
Entrails give the dogs...
autumn, seasons, september,
August is almost a memory
Breezy cool nights are getting stronger
Colorful days of autumn soon will stay
Days are shorter, nights are longer
Each falling leaf brings us...
A TRIBUTE TO JAMES FRASER: IT'S NOT AN ACCIDENT
beautiful, character, for him,
A TRIBUTE TO JAMES FRASER: "IT'S NOT AN ACCIDENT"
Accidentally clicked but perhaps, its the angels
bewitched who bring me to your poem pages. Scanning
HYPOCRISY OF WEALTH
blessing, encouraging, how i
Absenteeism is never a good thing.
Be on time to face your disparity.
Chances are you will win.
Deciphering is an analytical friend.
Edification to bigger and better things...
Alone I revel in nature’s splendor
Biding my time without daily worries intruding
Can I remain here forever?
Daydreams assure me I may
Even though time seems to...
RIDE OF A LIFETIME
adventure, games, happy, imagery,
RIDE OF A
A roller-coaster catches my eye in flash
B eguiling me to run bullet fast...
C hequered spiking thrill press my spine
D ancing stars shoot...
devotion, god, universe,
A world that we live in,
Belonging to desires, is it a sin ?
Can we escape its illusive grandeur ?
Do we mean profession or amateur...
appreciation, dedication, hero,
Armed infantrymen cross alien dust
Braving perils posed in on the lands
Courageous hearts, for the sake of freedom
Defend our rights with preen and pain
Enduring duty tours...
A Walled Garden
A garden with walls high and deep
Brilliant daisies swaying in the sweet breeze
Cabbage, cauliflower and leeks thriving, flourishing
Down crunching gravel paths I dance
Everything in this...
A new life
Baby is born, many
Cheers all around.
Daddy is smiling
Everyone is happy now.
For the dangers are over,
Got a lovely baby girl
Her name we don't know
beauty, bereavement, death, summer,
Already the leaves are staining red,
Blood, too thin, seeps through taut skin,
Capillaries weak walled and weeping;
Dying Summer bows proud head,
Emptied of green glory;
Filled, fiery cauldrons...