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Bird Abecedarian Poems

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


Book
A book ???? is a vocabulary builder
And a friend
It can make u an ??artist
By the week's end
It helps memory
It helps filter the mind
Keeps working the...

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Categories: books, boy,



Mom
Wen everyone is out
She is in for u
She is one who is real
Who is one never new to u
To keep us merry
God has send us...

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Categories: adventure, mother son,

Premium Member After a good night's sleep:
Anxiously the trees were awaiting their morning breeze,
Birds nestled amongst the high towering branches,
Caressing in couples as they watched over their nests,
Delicately leaves were falling...

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© White Wolf  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animal, beauty, bird, sun,

Abecedarian Blooms
Apple blossoms derived from the Wild crab
Birds of paradise resemble a brightly colored bird in flight
Cosmos flowers are very popular among gardeners for its beauty
Dogwood...

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Categories: april, flower, spring,

Flowering of Spring
Amassed in flamboyant Azalea blooms when my garden is free of the cold.
Bird of Paradise, dressed in purple and orange,  wear their colors so...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, flower, spring, daffodils,



Premium Member CHRISTMAS ABECEDARIAN
Angel has fallen from the top of the tree
Broken baubles lay strewn by the door
Christmas chaos caused by the cat
Damaged branches and lights on the...

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Categories: celebration, christmas, jesus, nature,

My wife
If only I had a wife
I would hate my life
I couldn't imagine staying with someone forever
Unless their clever
I sort of wish I could buy my...

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© Sloppy Joe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, angel, anti bullying,

Poetry Soup Express Train
Poetry Soup Express Train

All aboard on the Poetry Soup Express Train
Beautiful people from all over the world to read
Comments galore, to please and tantalize one's...

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© Theresa CW  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, appreciation, dedication, growth,

Gardener and the Meadow
To it to me, it would never wilt not even through the drips of sand, or the ravines of strangling weed
So ripe thy pretty rose...

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© Ryan Boza  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: emotions, jealousy, life,

The ABCs of Things Green
The ABCs of Things Green

Algae, alligator, artichoke, asparagus, aphids, Andradite,
Brussels sprouts, broccoli, Buffalo Treehopper, and beans,
Cuckoo Wasp, Cabbage, cucumber, Common Green Darner, and celery 
Dog...

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Categories: bird, food, fruit,

Premium Member The Wealth of Spring
The Wealth of Spring

Assorted spring flowers, naked, rise in morning sun
Breaking through a thin blanket of snow, earth spun.
Cascades of dainty Narcissus smile with golden...

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Categories: daffodils, spring,

Premium Member Spring's Dance
After the rigors of winter,
Buried by mountains of snow,
Counting the days until springtime,
Delighted to see winter go.
Emerging flowers entrance me,
Fields of daffodils brighten my day,
Gladly,...

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Categories: spring, daffodils,

The Hunter
A-gile she walks,
taking stock of
every step her
B-rashness emitted
in
her long stride
C-at is a coy and
confident girl and
the
D-oves have a reason
to fear her
E-very bird from
Blue
Jays to Sparrows
avoid...

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Categories: animal, nature,

A NEW
Where lies a better place?
Where lies the dream place?
Indeed' the dream place-
as we, for once, have not being there;
and as well' a dreamless place,
as we...

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Categories: philosophy,

A NEW
Where lies a better place?
Where lies the dream place?
Indeed' the dream place-
as we, for once, have not being there;
and as well' a dreamless place,
as we...

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Categories: philosophy,

A NEW
Where lies a better place?
Where lies the dream place?
Indeed' the dream place-
as we, for once, have not being there;
and as well' a dreamless place,
as we...

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Categories: philosophy,

POETS ON POETRY
Andre Gide, "Therefore" is a word the poet must ideally not know 
Bob Dylan, it’s not easy to define poetry – nothing over which to...

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Categories: on writing and words,

Premium Member My Zoo From A to Z
Alligators, Aardvarks; Arctic fox and hare. Also Armadillos and Asses will be there!

Bobcats, Beavers, Boars; One Blue whale will do! Bovines and a Booby (maybe...

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