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Earth Abecedarian Poems

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


The Wonderer by Marqese Dabbs
In this land I have the will to stand free
Once lying to faith of that of wretched kings and wench queens
Walking the earth against the...

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Categories: fantasy,

Premium MemberActs to Zenith by Rhoda Tripp
Acts of contrition, on knees if I recount
Beatitudes, eight, sermon on the mount
Charity given, is blessings received
Dalai Lama, a Buddhist deity
Ecumenism, it understands and unites
Fascism...

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Categories: faith, freedom, gospel, poetry,



Touched My Heart by Fungayi Elias Ndhlovu
I touched my heart,
For the first time I knew
It was not beating,
But I was breathing.

I remember waiting for hours
For the false prophet to come,
Yet God...

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Categories: islamic,

A Place for Me by Danielle Lagace
Before I moved into my house,
Chief Jeff turned me into a mouse.
Demanded him to turn me back,
Except he made me one big yak. 
For days...

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Categories: adventure,

A Nightmare by Zarbakhta Khan
"  A NIGHTMARE "

I remember the good days,
When you were there to hold my hand.
Teaching me the right ways,  
You protected me from...

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Categories: death,

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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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,

It is not all Philosophical by Lukas Ficklin
Another afternoon being brave, 
chasing clouds 
down drifting earth embers 
for freedom. 
Grateful glances hurry humbly 
into imminent jubilee. 
Juxtaposed kindly, 
knives loosely lacerate 
my...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, encouraging, freedom,

Christmas by Anisha Dutta

         Christmas

           A zure Sky rejoiced and...

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Categories: christmas,

Straight from the Source by Reason A. Poteet
abecedarian 

Angels announced a special birth:
“Be not afraid!”  Born in Bethlehem,
Come and see the Christ child,
Desire of Nations born in David’s town.
Emmanuel means God...

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Categories: christmas, remember, spiritual,

Premium MemberChristmas Abecedarian by Susan Gentry
Alternating sleet and snow 
Bounced droplets against windows  
Children pressing noses on glass
December 24th, Christmas Eve at last
Excitement palpable all around
Flakes gently accumulating over...

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Categories: children, christmas, jesus, stars,

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,

Premium MemberAs We Look Toward The Sky by Sandra Haight
As We Look Toward The Sky


Zillions of specs in our vast universe, and
You, our amazing Earth, are among them!
Xanadu!  For sure, we're blessed! ...

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Categories: earth, space, stars, universe,

I had walked The earth by Bre Varzena
After I had walked the earth,
blanked out and hazed...
cardinal beliefs changed-
deserted, deranged, and done-
embryonic stage is what I reverted to.

Fact: this world was too cruel;
gone...

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Categories: angst, change, sad, self,

Premium MemberWonders Of Space by Emile Pinet
At night the sky morphs into
Black velvet, with ebony
Creases that glisten with stars. 
Darkness surrounds a wobbly  
Earth spinning on its axis,
Forever circling the...

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Categories: beauty, earth, imagery, nature,

LOST by lonely mabale
Lost

Royal banking, in the mist of dilemma. Money buy my instinct. Full defeat possession. Valley of misery. I sing the song of false hope. My...

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Categories: art, blessing, cry, cute

Gardener and the Meadow by Ryan Boza
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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Categories: emotions, jealousy, life,

Premium MemberSpring Awakenings by Shane Cooper

 
As the earth dances in a stately minuet about its celestial lover      
Bringing forth in its progression a season...

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Categories: beauty, spring,

Premium MemberI write poems, pages and pages by Dear Heart
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as a child I had an unwritten history in this world
blind, wailing and unaware, totally helpless
crying is all I knew of...

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Categories: memory, poetry, writing,