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Fate Abecedarian Poems

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


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,

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,



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,

Premium MemberThe Stars That Never Die by Carrie Richards
A bible rests upon the desk, the spine is worn, brown hide 
Bearing lists of names of noble men, and dates within a clan
Contained between...

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Categories: lost love, love,

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,

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,

Premium MemberXenophobia by Paul Callus
A bsurd and foolish it might be
B ut it’s my nature, you’ll agree;
C annot ignore what I go through
D espite the help I get from...

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Categories: fear,

WHY by Dennis Broe-Ward
The Asian Tiger walks deaths bed, a tenuous thread, 
Shaming us standing ones with maggots in our heads.
The African Rhino and Elephant walk their likewise...

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Categories: abuse, africa, animal, beautiful,