Home Abecedarian Poems

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


MY TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER by Beata Agustin
Father, I Salute You for Your:

Affirmation of God’s presence thru your fatherly ways
Best to bring out the utmost from me by the Lord’s grace
Care with...

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Categories: appreciation, devotion, faith, father,

What kept me going by Nate Wieland
Alarm buzzes, eyes awake and sheets unwillingly ripped off me like a band-aid on a hairy leg. 
The air has a taste much like a...

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Categories: anniversary, best friend,



A lovely Night by Marqese Dabbs
I wanna take this night slow
I wanna take you home
I wanna see what’s underneath your cloak
I wanna kiss your lips, watch the world explode
I wanna...

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Categories: love, lust,

MY QUADRIPLEGIC BOSOM PAL by Whyte Queen
Azure skies are today
blue and I’m in need of old
cabaret because I’m
depressed and melancholic I’m afraid
especially now that I’ve discovered I tend to
fidget a lot;...

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Categories: pain, sick,

Not finished by alainey craig
Not a year ago did I question my own life 
Did I stop believing that I was even right 
I questioned my own being my...

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Categories: angel, anger, anti bullying,

My suicide by Kapri Wilmoth
Again I slide my blade through my pale skin
Blood flows freely from my wrist 
Cuts are scattered across my body
Despair darkens my soul
Empty eyes stare...

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Categories: death, depression,

flint by Ronald Tirino
Flint 
Within its brilliance gleaming
Cool black in lacquered polished silver chrome
Cranked up pistons bleached in summer’s heat
Hot steam rising as gears thundering
Beyond the crystal liquid...

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remember by linda williams
Armies and navies and boys in the sky
Brave were these heroes who did not deserve to die
Counting up the bodies that just lay in the...

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Categories: men, military, patriotic, remember,

POETICAL JOURNEY OF PIZZAZ: not for contest by Theresa CW
Poetical Journey Of Pizzaz

Apple Blossom Orchids are spreading across my grandmother's land like a whiZ
Zestfully all around one's earnest expectations like the smallest of fleA
Bites...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, poems, ,

Nature's Healing and Drugs' Killing by Poetic Flame

 Elder sister dropped by my home this morn
She looked with one eye, the other was a storm
Could not ask what was wrong with her...

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Categories: body, education, family, health,

Amy's Toys by Zoe Pashley
Amy’s Toys

A is animals on top of my bed
which are all laid out in a nice big spread

B is for banana a soft yellow fruit
I...

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Categories: children, kids,

Premium MemberA Christmas Abecedarian by Andrea Dietrich
Angels sit on top of Christmas trees
Bells ring for  baby Jesus’ birth. Can you hear?
Candy canes or cookies if you please.
Decorate your home with...

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Categories: christmas,

When the Savior Came by John Squires
Cheer and shout for joy the Savior has been born
		Came into the world on Christmas morn
He came forth on Christmas day to bless this world
		The...

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Categories: christian, christmas,

Premium MemberChristmas Abecedarian by Susan Gentry
Alternating sleet and snow 
Bounced droplets against windows  
Children pressing noses on glass
December 24th, Christmas Eve at last
Excitement palpable all around
Flakes gently accumulating over...

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Categories: children, christmas, jesus, stars,

Premium MemberChristmas Beauty by Broken Wings- Dear Heart
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,

WE HAVE BEEN THERE by john chizoba vincent
WE HAVE BEEN THERE
We have been in the pit of hell
Where Water speaks of An enemy In the dark
A maskman is no masksman Unless he...

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Categories: age, art, betrayal,

Premium Member''Butterfly and Dragon'' by Broken Wings- Dear Heart
And a very long time ago and far, far away,
            Beyond this earthly realm...

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Categories: fantasy,

Premium MemberBack In The Saddle Again by Carrie Richards
Zealously, she circles want-ads
Years have dashed her expectations. 
Xeroxing her application
Wishing for some vindication
Voices on the telephone, asking for the skills she's honed
Under rated, and...

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Categories: work,

Premium MemberZ Y X contest Going Towards the Unknown by Eve Roper
   Going Towards the Unknown   

Zabra, a Spanish vessel sailing around Africa to
Yemen by the Red Sea.  A sense of...

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Categories: voyage,

Premium MemberPlanning more garden spaces by Mark J. Halliday
Zoning by micro-climates my
Yards' spaces, and then
Xeriscaping them to conserve
Water because of the drought, I can
Visualize neat straight furrows
(Under colorful vines
Trailing red, green, and purple...

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Categories: anxiety, environment, farm, food,