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Old Abecedarian Poems

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


Premium MemberLet The Animal Band Commence by Caren Krutsinger
Animal kingdom was invited to join the forest meadow
Band orchestrated by the deniable dictator, diabolical gorilla king
Causing loads of premature bragging from delighted grand-animals.
Deliriously enthusiastic...

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Categories: animal, fun, humorous,

Premium MemberOld Hymns Abecederian by Carol Connell
And Can It Be
Blessed Assurance
Contrast
Down From His Glory
Emmanuel
Fairest Lord Jesus
Glory To His Name
Heaven Came Down
I Will Sing The Wondrous Story
Jesus Lover Of My Soul
King Of...

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Categories: appreciation, jesus, music, religious,



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,

A Jealous Man by Marqese Dabbs
It’s hard to accept truth
It can make your body shiver and ache
She doesn’t want to catch your eye
She doesn’t want to identify with you
She doesn’t...

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Categories: lonely, love hurts,

Premium MemberActs to Zenith by Rhoda Tripp
Acts of contrition, on knees if I recount
Beatitudes, eight, sermon on the mount
Charity given, is blessings received
Dalai Lama, a Buddhist deity
Ecumenism, it understands and unites
Fascism...

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Categories: faith, freedom, gospel, poetry,

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

A Place for Me by Danielle Lagace
Before I moved into my house,
Chief Jeff turned me into a mouse.
Demanded him to turn me back,
Except he made me one big yak. 
For days...

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Categories: adventure,

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,

Aww by Zhishan Chen
They have always wanted me to be a doctor,
"Aww.......but I am not sure." I replied
“How about lawyer then?" They asked earnestly,
"Aww.......Aww....I might try......if this will...

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Categories: age, art, child, dark,

Premium MemberEverything To Me From A to Z by Carol Connell
Jesus is my all in all. He means so much to me.
Starting with the letter A on down the line to Z.

A-Almighty God is He...

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Categories: bible, character, christian, god,

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,

Flowering of Spring by Lin Lane
Amassed in flamboyant Azalea blooms when my garden is free of the cold.
Bird of Paradise, dressed in purple and orange,  wear their colors so...

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Categories: beauty, flower, spring, daffodils,

My Serenity by Mariah Lopez
After my life fell onto black days and down in a dark hole of nothingness,
Before I knew you wanted something to do with me after...

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Categories: love,

Spring Flowers by Meenakshi Raina
Ambitious Amaryllis arrive soon,
Bloodroots  beauty appears to bloom.
Colourful Camellias  grow in shade,
Daffodils  dance in garden parade.

English-daisies  pretend as innocent,
Freesia  flowers...

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Categories: color, flower, spring, daffodils,

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,

Premium MemberFlowers of the Spring--contest by Brian Davey



              Flowers of the Spring



Apple Blossom petals cascade in the wind
 Blue...

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Categories: color, flower, spring,

Spring flowers by stephen pennell
All the Ladies love spring flowers
Believe in fairies dancing in the wood
Cupid arrows has their name on 
Daisy chains as signs of love
Every lady loves...

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Categories: nature, daffodils,

Premium MemberSpring flowers by Seren Roberts
as you walk through the countryside
by the side of the path are so many flowers they
confuse ones sense of smell
daffodils nodding there heads
everyone sending out...

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Categories: flower, spring, daffodils,

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,

A Blimmin' Cold Day, Even For Grandad by Joe Buddha
All avenues are amphibious arenas
Bubbles belch-burst, bitter Bacchanalian bombs
Clouds' cast-iron crescendo creates cold cantankerous caricatures
Drenched - darkness descending, daylight dying, disappearing duskwards
Every eye echoing every...

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Categories: city, dark, funny, imagination,