Poems Abecedarian Poems

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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,

Abecedarian aka Alphabet Poems by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
Alphabet poems are sometimes called, “a,b,c” poems.
But that is incorrect because a.b.c. poems only have 25 words in them.
Commonly, that mistake is made because the...

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Categories: angst, word play, words,



Premium Member''Christmas Beauty'' by Broken Wings
All is beautiful on this Christmas Eve in my neighbourhood,
   bright colored lights are flickering on many a lovely house,
   ...

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Categories: christmas,

Premium MemberAn Alliterative ABeCedarian Composition by Denis Barter
Abecedarian poems are also known as alphabetical sequential writings.
Being deviously different and difficult to
Compile, compose and complete.  Consequentially combining
Determination and deviant, driven poets devote...

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Categories: abecedarian, fun, words,

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, ,

Premium MemberChristmas Abecedarian by Sandra Haight
A - After Thanksgiving, minds reset,
B - because about a month away,
C - Christmas will be our holiday.
D - Deliverance of peace it brings,
E -...

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Categories: christmas, spiritual,

Premium MemberMUSIC TO MY EARS by JAN ALLISON
All types of music appeals to me
Bohemian Rhapsody was one of the first records I brought
Can’t specify one style over another, I will listen to...

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Categories: me, music, nostalgia,

Poetry Soup Express Train by Theresa CW
Poetry Soup Express Train

All aboard on the Poetry Soup Express Train
Beautiful people from all over the world to read
Comments galore, to please and tantalize one's...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, dedication, growth,

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 MemberI write poems, pages and pages by Broken Wings
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as a child I had an unwritten history in this world
blind, wailing and unaware, totally helpless
crying is all I knew of...

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Categories: memory, poetry, writing,

Early dawn storm by Daniel Human
almost every day
before the sun’s first blinding ray
clouds are touched by warmest hues
displaying their splendid red-soled shoes
each a ship of cumulus shape
far and high their...

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Categories: color, day, nature, rain,

QUANTUM PHYSICS by Suzette Richards
A is for atom, the smallest particle of an element which we could observe
B is for B Physics, the study of particles containing the *bottom...

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Categories: science, planet,

LEXICON OF MY POEMS by Suzette Richards
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,

POETS ON POETRY by Suzette Richards
Andre Gide, "Therefore" is a word the poet must ideally not know 
Bob Dylan, it’s not easy to define poetry – nothing over which to...

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Categories: on writing and words,