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Morning Abecedarian Poems

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


DAWN BLESSINGS FROM GOD FOR MANKIND by Beata Agustin
	“It is of the LORD'S mercies that we are not consumed, 
because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: 
great is thy faithfulness”...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, encouraging, faith,

Praying Poetry from L: Interrupted by Anil Deo
Listing long lists of church leaders longing for forgiveness, healing ...
Listing members and loved ones (& PKs: Preachers' kids) now "unbelieving"
For you will agree with...

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Categories: 12th grade, atheist, bible,



Premium MemberSpring Is In The Air by Carrie Richards
A hint of fragrant lilac bush awakens me at dawn
But, sunlight weaves its magic loom, reflecting jasmine's bloom
Crisp white-lipped Delphiniums drop snowflakes on the land....

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Categories: flower, nature, spring,

Premium MemberAfter a good night's sleep: by White Wolf
Anxiously the trees were awaiting their morning breeze,
Birds nestled amongst the high towering branches,
Caressing in couples as they watched over their nests,
Delicately leaves were falling...

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Categories: animal, beauty, bird, sun,

After All of These Years by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
After all of these years,
Because you have stuck by me through thick and thin,
Candidly, I can tell the world that I love you more each...

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Categories: life, love,

Premium MemberAmid the Amazing Myriad Spring Flowers by Eve Roper

Amaryllis splendid beauty, Christmas bells of pride thrill us
Birds of Paradise in flight making its opera debut in its crane plumage crown 
Calla Lilly’s endless...

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Categories: flower, spring,

Spring Flowers by Eden Barton
Spring Flowers 


Another day she floated by so silently and poetically so graciously
Brightened each day quite magnificently as she held blossoming Begonia's
Captivated and enthralled by...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, flower, spring,

Premium MemberIn My ''Dreamy'' Spring Garden by Dear Heart
Ajuga, will be a must, a blue beauty that blows in the wind.
Bellflowers, charming and faithful and lovely, of course I must have
Candy Tufts from...

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Categories: flower, garden, spring, daffodils,

Christmas A-Z by Tiffany Diaz
Alluring scents of cinnamon n' mint
Beckoning of holiday cheer
Chiming of bells for a special mass
Dancing n' rejoicing
Ever blessed for the king is born
Framing love under...

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Categories: celebration, family, holiday, love,

ON CHRISTMAS DAY by Lei Strauss
Among all those holidays,
Best thing happen this year.
Christmas truly outshines!
Daydreams turn to reality.
Endearing lights around the city
Give spirit on Christmas Day.
Happy moments are made
Inside the...

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Categories: celebration, christmas, december,

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 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,

Premium MemberCharlie Dent - Part 2 by Julia Ward
Following on from Part 1, and repeating where I left off -

Xylophone would play down the
yellow aisle somewhere exotic -
Zambia, maybe?
Actually, he chose France, and...

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Categories: imagination,

Premium MemberMYSTERY OF THE MISSING APPENDAGES by Cindi Rockwell
Arms and head missing.
Not an accident.
This was intentional.

Bobby Bendarino smiling.
Busting with pride over his handiwork.
Unashamed of his behavior.

Convinced he'd get away with it
He even winked.
Making...

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Categories: mystery,

Premium MemberThe ABCs of Morning by Suzanne Delaney
The ABC’s of Morning

Awake  on the dot of seven
Birds     are chirping away 
Coffee… as always, first order of  the...

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Categories: good morning, morning,

Premium MemberHOLIDAY ABECADARIAN by JAN ALLISON
Airports are often the starting place for the holiday
Boredom sets in waiting for the journey to begin
Can’t wait to get in the air and get...

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Categories: holiday, humorous,

Peace Calls by njeri hunjeri
Allow me to make this suggestion 
By all means you can oppose 
Carefully listen, boldly take these steps with me
Dotted lines, that once held our...

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Categories: future, hope, life, lost

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,

Premium MemberWaking to Warmth by Carolyn Devonshire
Away dashes the last frigid brush of winter
Beauty cannot wait to rise and greet the sun 
Crocuses are first to break through barren soil
Daffodils display...

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Categories: animal, flower, spring, daffodils,

Premium MemberAnd Zenith Is Its Name by Carrie Richards
Among tall weeds are waving tulips, with satin pearls of dew
Blowing trumpets, and brushing grasses, with shades of cheerful tunes
Creating carpets soft and fair, where...

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Categories: happiness, spring,