Color Abecedarian Poems

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


My Amaryllis by Sherri Whiteford
Wrote this for the contest but was to late as usual, guess the jokes on me.



My Amaryllis

Amaryllis your beauty so profound's me in the early...

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Categories: beauty, flower, garden,

Premium MemberAmid the Amazing Myriad Spring Flowers by Eve Roper

Amaryllis splendid beauty, Christmas bells of pride thrill us
Birds of Paradise in flight making its opera debut in its crane plumage crown 
Calla Lilly’s endless...

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Flowering of Spring by Lin Lane
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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Categories: beauty, flower, spring, daffodils,

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Premium MemberAn Abecedarian for Spring Flowers by Andrea Dietrich
Apple blossoms in abundance; sweet aroma in the air.
Begonias burst with brilliance. Blue bells pop up everywhere.
Cherry blossoms cheer with pink; corn flowers cluster blue.
Dandelions...

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Categories: flower, daffodils,

Spring Flowers by Meenakshi Raina
Ambitious Amaryllis arrive soon,
Bloodroots  beauty appears to bloom.
Colourful Camellias  grow in shade,
Daffodils  dance in garden parade.

English-daisies  pretend as innocent,
Freesia  flowers...

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Categories: color, flower, spring, daffodils,

Premium MemberSpring Flowers by Sandra Haight
Spring Flowers


A nother Spring has come our way;
B egan late March, and day by day,
C ontinues to advance and urge
D ear Daffodils to now emerge,
E...

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Categories: flower, seasons, spring, daffodils,

Premium MemberIn My ''Dreamy'' Spring Garden by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
Ajuga, will be a must, a blue beauty that blows in the wind.
Bellflowers, charming and faithful and lovely, of course I must have
Candy Tufts from...

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Categories: flower, garden, spring, daffodils,

Premium MemberFlowers of the Spring--contest by Brian Davey



              Flowers of the Spring



Apple Blossom petals cascade in the wind
 Blue...

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Categories: color, flower, spring,

Purpose by Stevie Kern
The trees dance to the song of the wind with an emphasis on a moment never to return again. 
A lonesome leaf descends a tired,...

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Categories: age, bereavement, death, hope,

Well if you insist by Warren Arends
Well if you insist

I am not the color of my skin or the clothes on my back.  
I am not who or what you...

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Categories: africa, brother, father, identity,

A Dab of Spring by Jeffrey dela Cruz
A shade of yellow, paint with blue
Blemishes the canvass, all in crude
Creativity in the lazy sky
Dulled in myriad etches drawn
Enthusiasm overwhelming
Fields of hope now ascending
God...

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Categories: appreciation, art, blue, color,

Premium MemberSpring by Ralph Sergi
A soft chilled breeze in the early morn
Begins an introduction to a change
Cold frigid air has left the Earth
Daffing is the folly of the Spring
Engulfing...

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Categories: seasons,

A Spring Abecedarian by Reason A. Poteet
 abecedarian 

An arch's lowest stone from which it springs is a springer
Bounce in one’s step common to infatuation
Cricket term – one of a set...

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Categories: adventure, daffodils, spring,

A Spring Hike by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders

A winter white blanket melts turning Aspens verdant green.
Buds sprout on mountainsides in a sunlit golden sheen.
Clouds like fresh-picked cauliflower sink low and drift on...

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Categories: nature, spring,

MY FIRST ABECEDARIAN POEM by VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER
A n ABECEDARIAN poem could prove my most daunting undertaking
B othering whispering in my ear were the likes of Frost, Fallon and Dickerson
C alling out...

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Categories: celebration, color, faith, identity,

Early dawn storm by Daniel Human
almost every day
before the sun’s first blinding ray
clouds are touched by warmest hues
displaying their splendid red-soled shoes
each a ship of cumulus shape
far and high their...

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Categories: color, day, nature, rain,

Gone by Brenda Meier-Hans
Gone
After your last breath I was defeated,
Body, soul and spirit taken down.
Caressing memories became my new world,
Drowning in the past was solid ground.
Everything you did...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, cancer, death,