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City Abecedarian Poems

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


Premium MemberEverything To Me From A to Z by Carol Connell
Jesus is my all in all. He means so much to me.
Starting with the letter A on down the line to Z.

A-Almighty God is He...

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Categories: bible, character, christian, god,

flint by Ronald Tirino
Flint 
Within its brilliance gleaming
Cool black in lacquered polished silver chrome
Cranked up pistons bleached in summer’s heat
Hot steam rising as gears thundering
Beyond the crystal liquid...

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A Blimmin' Cold Day, Even For Grandad by Joe Buddha
All avenues are amphibious arenas
Bubbles belch-burst, bitter Bacchanalian bombs
Clouds' cast-iron crescendo creates cold cantankerous caricatures
Drenched - darkness descending, daylight dying, disappearing duskwards
Every eye echoing every...

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Categories: city, dark, funny, imagination,

ON CHRISTMAS DAY by Lei Strauss
Among all those holidays,
Best thing happen this year.
Christmas truly outshines!
Daydreams turn to reality.
Endearing lights around the city
Give spirit on Christmas Day.
Happy moments are made
Inside the...

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Categories: celebration, christmas, december,

They Hold Our Names Ransom by Warren Arends
They hold our names ransom 
as if our fathers are kings.
Put a cloth over its face and drive 
it to a destination unknown.

They hold our...

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Categories: humor, metaphor,

Premium MemberThe Indigenous - the True American by James Fraser
Apache, the Ndee, "the people" of Arizona and other States
Blackfoot, the Siksika, whose painted red faces we can relate

Cheyenne, the Tsitsistas, meaning relatives of the...

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Categories: joy,

Chicago Spring by Abdul Malik
After the dreary, dismal cold days of winter,
Bogged down by mounds of snow, 
Chicago, the indomitable city,
Dogged by ears-flapping, bone-chilling winds,
Emerges like a blooming flower...

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Categories: spring,

NEW YORK CITY by VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER
A llegiance to no other VICE except a NEW YORK CITY ATTITUDE
B oroughs Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens and Staten island, take your pick
C ity that...

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Categories: abuse, adventure, anxiety, basketball,

Everything Changes by olivia renne
Everything changes
From a seed to a flower
From a smile to a laugh
From a minute to an hour

Everything changes
From a tadpole to a frog
From a caterpillar...

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Categories: age, beautiful, growth,