Mountains Abecedarian Poems

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


Premium MemberSEPTEMBER by Carmen Penchi aka Sunshine
August is almost a memory
Breezy cool nights are getting stronger
Colorful days of autumn soon will stay
Days are shorter, nights are longer
Each falling leaf brings us...

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Categories: autumn, seasons, september,

man-shaped-wind: the abecedarian by Jaey Peele
Last night I dreamed hard;
A man shaped wind walked past me
Changed his mind, returned

Feel his mind wonder
Haven't I seen you before?
I sleep-laugh-out-loud..!

The noise wakes me...

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Categories: cat, childhood, creation, dream,



LOST by lonely mabale
Lost

Royal banking, in the mist of dilemma. Money buy my instinct. Full defeat possession. Valley of misery. I sing the song of false hope. My...

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Categories: art, blessing, cry, cute

Minecraft by Bob Robertson
I just got Minecraft,
Expected such daft,
Then I saw the fun...

I punched at trees,
Dirt to my knees,
Slaughtering oak and spruce...

Got bored,
But adored,
The great Mineplex indeed...

I started...

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Categories: anger, angst, mountains,

Premium MemberSpring Awakenings by Shane Cooper

 
As the earth dances in a stately minuet about its celestial lover      
Bringing forth in its progression a season...

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Categories: beauty, spring,

Premium MemberSpring's Dance by Joyce Johnson
After the rigors of winter,
Buried by mountains of snow,
Counting the days until springtime,
Delighted to see winter go.
Emerging flowers entrance me,
Fields of daffodils brighten my day,
Gladly,...

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Categories: spring, daffodils,