Hair Abecedarian Poems

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


My wish for your day by Osman Mahamud
They say we should not judge a book by it cover
But if the tittle is Souleiman Hamzah
Then I think I ever glance through

Hey man, if...

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Categories: anniversary, best friend, birthday,

Phoenix by Daniel Victorian
Like a Phoenix she rose from the ashes.
And her hair was bright red like a flame.
And I can see the fire in her eyes.
And I...

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Categories: addiction, age, anger, anxiety,



Premium Member''Christmas Beauty'' by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
All is beautiful on this Christmas Eve in my neighbourhood,
   bright colored lights are flickering on many a lovely house,
   ...

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Categories: christmas,

Premium MemberFlirting by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
According to the dictionary flirting is not used for serious intentions,
but to amorously show superficial or casual interest, really?
Can someone tell me why it cannot...

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Categories: fun,

Premium MemberSpring Wealth by Joyce Johnson
Azaleas putting on spring frocks of
Beautiful shades of salmon or pink.
Calling bees to pollinate;
Delighting humming-birds with drink.

Everything is new in spring,
Fruit trees gorgeously attired.
Gardens turning...

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Categories: flower, spring,

Premium MemberChristmas Beauty by Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings
All is beautiful on this Christmas Eve night in my neighborhood
Bright colored lights are flickering on many a lovely home
Charming and enchanting- it seems a...

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Categories: christmas, night, snow,

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,

Fairy Daydreams by Nicole Rodriguez
Among the flowers lazily lounging high above,
Bees hover and soar like pigeons,
Counting their precious treasures,
Delving in with rapturous delight.
Elongated pebbles are my benches,
Freckling the earth...

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Categories: fairy, garden,

Gone by Brenda Meier-Hans
Gone
After your last breath I was defeated,
Body, soul and spirit taken down.
Caressing memories became my new world,
Drowning in the past was solid ground.
Everything you did...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, cancer, death,

Premium MemberInhaling Nature by Carolyn Devonshire
Alone I revel in nature’s splendor
Biding my time without daily worries intruding 
Can I remain here forever?
Daydreams assure me I may
Even though time seems to...

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Categories: joy, nature,

Premium MemberAND I'M STILL WAITING by JAN ALLISON
Ages and ages I’ve been sat in this chair
Bored out of my brain it’s really not fair
Can’t wait much longer until it’s my turn
Don’t keep...

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Categories: anger, health,

Wakeup Makeup by Aunika Alch
There is a girl named Brianna 
She Is 12 years old and she loves tea
And makeup! So every morning when she
Gets up she does her...

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Categories: art, beautiful, beauty, best

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,