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Loss Abecedarian Poems

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


MINISTERIAL NURSE
Amazed with miracle healings of God
Braced am I to minister by His nod
Circumspectly following path He trod.

Doctor of heart heals* by His love’s power
Easing afflictions...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, god,



Bazaar
BAZAAR

Can you call it a bazaar
Where only one vendor
Her face strained
'Looks' pale, apprehensive
As if caught in a snakes' chamber
Yet searching for a potential customer
Desperate to...

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Categories: poverty,

A Nightmare
"  A NIGHTMARE "

I remember the good days,
When you were there to hold my hand.
Teaching me the right ways,  
You protected me from...

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Categories: death,

My Soul
Where's my soul? 
Come, show me myself.
But just as I looked into my own reflection, 
Behold, it was another person staring back at me; my...

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Categories: absence, confusion, dark, identity,

Purpose
The trees dance to the song of the wind with an emphasis on a moment never to return again. 
A lonesome leaf descends a tired,...

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Categories: age, bereavement, death, hope,

The 60s
American Bandstand, Aqua Velva Ads, Aretha Franklin, and, the Andy Griffith Show
Black lights, Bewitched, bean bag chairs, beads, Batman and the Beatles
Cleopatra, Corvairs, Corvettes, Chevelles,...

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Categories: america, angst, fashion, history,

Lost in Humanity
Aggressive, befitting candor,
defies empathetic fervor.
Grave honesty is just,
kindness literally must not.
Omen partakes queer retribution,
savoring tantamount usurpation.
Vulgar words expound,
yields to zero...

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Categories: introspection, loss, society, word

Football
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,

LEXICON OF MY POEMS
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,