Leaving Abecedarian Poems

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


Broom of hardship by Osman Mahamud
Its sweeps not rubbish but the good in you in people's eyes.
It wipes not dust but your memories in their heart.
It keeps no friend, it...

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Categories: anxiety, betrayal, emotions, feelings,

My book of yesterday by Osman Mahamud
A new day has been born 
through the struggles of the pregnant night.

And as I sit in this serene environmen
To flip through the books of...

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Categories: beautiful, childhood, death of



My Boys by nancy mitchell

As a mom i will always be there for them, day or night
Blessed to be their mom, i wouldn't have it any other way
Caring for...

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Categories: mom, boy,

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, ,

A To Z Of The Bee by Dave Rhumour
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Categories: environment, nature,

Premium MemberChristmas by Shadow Hamilton
As snows gently coat the land
Breezes softly brush it into peaks.
Candles glitter and flutter in windows
Deep shadows flicker in their light.
Enchanting dazzling gems sparkling
Frosty branches...

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Categories: christmas, snow, winter,

Premium MemberGreen Spring Nature Poem by Eve Roper
Amazing caramel, orange rose red sunset
Blazing behind the horizon as it
Comes forth with the absence of glittering stars
Dawn brings out the sight of white clouds...

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Categories: nature,

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,

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,

Spring Lessons by C.M. Davidson-Pickett
After a long, cold winter, I become anxious for the next season,
Bringing ever longer days, fresh flowers and green grasses,
Colours of every hue imaginable found...

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Categories: creation, earth, environment, spring,

FLOWERS by Christopher Loti
We’ve seen flowers
Of all colours
Flowers that are bright
Flowers, blue and nice

Flowers that invite bees
Flowers that kiss breeze
Beautiful flowers

Flowers are different
Some hold strong firmament
This flower radiates...

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Categories: allegory, best friend, emotions,

REAL FEELINGS by Kellee Smith
Moni Mo you make me smile,
everyday is like trial,
being thrown at us to smash and tackle,
you mean alot to me,
you make my heart beat like...

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Categories: absence, abuse, addiction, analogy,

Football by Nyonglema Pisoh
Zillion supporters screaming, a loud buzz,
 Yearning to return home cheered by victory.
 Xerox machines preparing the next day’s papers; Max
 Wit for the shame...

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Categories: cheer up, culture, encouraging,

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