Faith Abecedarian Poems

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


Tribute to Mothers by Beata Agustin
Mothers, We Salute You for Your:

Affirmation of God’s compassion thru Your loving ways
Best to bring out the beauty from us by the Lord’s grace
Care with...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, faith, god,

I Wish That I Was An Eagle by Beata Agustin
The Eagle of Isaiah 40:31…

Activating achievement-appearance
Blowing blessings’ brilliance
Carrying changes’ chance
Directing drive-dare despite distance…

Extending endurance effortlessly
Fueling faith-fervor fully
Greeting God’s goodness’ glow graciously
Hoisting hopefulness-height hastily…

Increasing influence in...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, faith,



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,

Spring by Zarbakhta Khan
Sweet summer child,
You know not of the cold
That hits you hard.
It aches your soul
and wounds your heart.
Scars are left behind
To haunt you for
Days. Years and...

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Categories: spring,

The day I failed by Noyal Singhania
I failed today.Others passed.
Shattered I am.rejoiced they are.
Diligence or luck.whose fault it was?
I cried.what for?
But I prayed.Even worked hard.
Few things are not in control.or are...

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Categories: cheer up, confidence, faith,

Man's world by Patrice Trice Jackson
mail your king your heart with love
manage your union with integrity, honestly, 
   and grace
march to beat of his drum; his ego that...

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Categories: blessing, for her, for

Praise women by Nonhlahla Nonduma
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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, best friend,

Adopt a child by Supraja Kannan
Alright you can't give birth to a baby
But it does not mean that you will never have a child
Caring god always shows you an alternate...

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Categories: kid, loneliness,

Premium MemberSpring Flowers by CayCay Jennings
After winter’s cold, Apple Blossoms unfold.
Bright, fresh spring brings Bluebells to behold.
Cheery Cherry Blossoms burst then dance to ground.
Delightful Dahlias bloom spring all around.
Eastern Redbuds...

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Categories: flower, spring,

Bethelem by Kristie Raburn
Be of good cheer, celebrate and rejoice!
Everyone shall be blessed.
The Lord is born this day
Here in this earthly place.
Let every child come
Every heart shall rejoice
Hallowed...

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Categories: blessing, christian, faith,

Belief by Abimbola Mosobalaje Davis
Although my mind is weary
Belief is me; this pains and anguish
Conscious is me to joy
Days I know will come in colours
Every pain will cease and...

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Categories: dream, faith, freedom,

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,

CHRISTMAS Abecedarian by Andrew Crisci
Amorous is the tingling touch they feel
Blooming kisses as flaming as red bells
Convey passion in their glowing eyes 
Directing fantasy-filled thoughts outside
Enamored by the heavy...

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Categories: christmas, culture, faith, family,

Godless dreams---- for ZYX contest by Adri Dew
Zeusophobia yielded xenophobes,
Wherein violence unleashed
Tear-soaked romanticists,
Quiver painfully? Or nervously moan!
Love killed justice;
In holy Godless Fate.
Entitled dreams collected breathes alone.....




Zeusophobia: fear of God
Xenophobes: Those who are...

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Categories: faith, fear,

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,

CONFUSED by olusegun Arowolo
 A
Alas! I`m in a
confused state,
As I wonder in
perpetual
restlessness
 B
Bind by different
thoughts that are
not mine,
I keep remembering
the good old days
 C
Caught in the middle
of fights...

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Categories: corruption, emotions, life,

Life by Caronise Symons
If only life was the way we want it to be…
It is not what life makes of us… but what we make of life…
But there...

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Categories: life,

Mother's Nature by Reason A. Poteet
When xenophilous young zealots
argue basic convictions,
determined, expectant
faith grabs hold.
Interceding judiciously,
kneeling, loving
mothers naturally offer prayers -
questioning, reasoning,
steadfastly teaching 
unwavering values, 
when xenophilous young zealots
argue basic convictions....

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Categories: family, love, mother,