Betrayal Abecedarian Poems

These Betrayal Abecedarian poems are examples of Abecedarian poems about Betrayal. These are the best examples of Abecedarian Betrayal poems written by international poets.


THE BUHARI BROUHAHA by Omogoriola Bisayo
THE BUHARI BROUHAHA 

We were agog
excited, impatient, and in suspense
 unknowingly ushering in the "gog of magog"
Oh! The mastery of his pretence!

Enmass, We obliged our...

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Categories: africa, anger, betrayal, corruption,

Broom of hardship by Osman Mahamud
Its sweeps not rubbish but the good in you in people's eyes.
It wipes not dust but your memories in their heart.
It keeps no friend, it...

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Categories: anxiety, betrayal, emotions, feelings,



Unspeakable by Maria Riordan
And I sit here waiting,
Realising I am not to you what you are to me,
But still I sit in the false hope,
That you will make...

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Categories: betrayal, devotion, how i

ENTWINED by Anisha Dutta

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Categories: appreciation, , cute,

WE HAVE BEEN THERE by john chizoba vincent
WE HAVE BEEN THERE
We have been in the pit of hell
Where Water speaks of An enemy In the dark
A maskman is no masksman Unless he...

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Categories: age, art, betrayal,

DREAMS by anbes rawal
when you dream like a child
and you dream as a girl
when moments do arrive 
you've been dreaming all along
 
your friends area all around you
you...

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Categories: age, beautiful, break up,

Betrayal by Ezekiel Adodo
So infantile you used to be,
so ample i loved thee.
upon request i granted,
at unorthodox times i created.

With pocket-sized in possession,
i snuffed out all oppression.
Freed you...

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Categories: addiction, adventure, allegory, angst,