Grief Abecedarian Poems

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


Shion Higurashi No Naku Koro by Marqese Dabbs
In this small rural town it seems to be peaceful but there are dark secrets underneath the house
A required distinction of right and wrong
Self-mutilation, the...

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Categories: dark, fantasy, , cute,

My Serenity by Mariah Lopez
After my life fell onto black days and down in a dark hole of nothingness,
Before I knew you wanted something to do with me after...

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Categories: love,



Premium MemberComplicated by Laura Loo
Answers left more questions,
But lately I'm all wrong,
Continuing suggestions,
Daydreams to our song,
Even though you're above,
Forgiveness I have given,
Gripping for your love,
Held inside your prison,
Intellect enhanced,
Jerking...

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Categories: addiction, confusion, death, depression,

ALL THAT YOU WERE by Tasha Taylor
As I sit on the swing where we used to meet, 
Beginning at the start, our memories flow through my mind: 
Capsizing our canoe on...

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Categories: absence, boyfriend, break up,

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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,

CHILDHOOD by micheal john
My childhood a moment unforgettable.
A moment of careless pleasure
A moment when there was no thought for what should 
be,
what may be,carelessly moved all.
My childhood
a moment...

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Categories: absence

LEXICON OF MY POEMS by Suzette Richards
A is for audacious, a bold statement made by the foolhardy
B is for boor, an ill-mannered person who’s apology is tardy

C is for curtail, an...

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Categories: on writing and words,