February Abecedarian Poems

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


man-shaped-wind: the abecedarian by Jaey Peele
Last night I dreamed hard;
A man shaped wind walked past me
Changed his mind, returned

Feel his mind wonder
Haven't I seen you before?
I sleep-laugh-out-loud..!

The noise wakes me...

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Categories: cat, childhood, creation, dream,

Premium MemberLOVE AND LUNACY by Vicki Acquah
LOVE AND LUNACY

As the universe streams moonbeam vibrations;

Beyond brave blue skies dreams are tossed about.

Clouds linger to infiltrate the threatening calm

Dangerous moons practice divination while...

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Categories: confusion, emotions, love, moon,



Premium MemberI write poems, pages and pages by Broken Wings- Dear Heart
  . . .

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,

Premium MemberSPRING OF SUBSTANCE by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser
SPRING OF SUBSTANCE


Adorable word  drawing a rainbow of substance-- SPRING
Benumb snow-white cloak that drapes the earth,
charmed by strips of  golden spotlight above blue...

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Categories: environment, life, nature, seasons,

Premium MemberSpring by Seren Roberts
Amidst the budding
branches the Robin sings, the song is
carried tunefully in the spring air.
denoting that all is well in his world
Every sound listened to by...

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Categories: celebration, spring, daffodils,

Premium MemberThe Wealth of Spring by Connie Marcum Wong
Assorted spring flowers, naked, rise in morning sun
Breaking through a thin blanket of snow, earth spun.
Cascades of dainty Narcissus smile with golden faces
Drinking up the...

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Categories: spring, daffodils,

Premium MemberWaking to Warmth by Carolyn Devonshire
Away dashes the last frigid brush of winter
Beauty cannot wait to rise and greet the sun 
Crocuses are first to break through barren soil
Daffodils display...

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Categories: animal, flower, spring, daffodils,

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,

Premium MemberOh Sweet Spring by Broken Wings- Dear Heart

And a thousand birds chant harmoniously, shrill and vibrant,
Bringing spring to forest creatures and urban dwellers;
Come out, come out and breathe the air,
Drink in the...

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Categories: spring,

Premium MemberTemperature Rising by Richard Lamoureux
At any moment spring might arrive
Be prepared with a light jacket in hand
Can you feel the cold wind running away?
Dance with me as the meadows...

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Categories: beautiful, spring,