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Poets Abecedarian Poems

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


Book
A book ???? is a vocabulary builder
And a friend
It can make u an ??artist
By the week's end
It helps memory
It helps filter the mind
Keeps working the...

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Categories: books, boy,



Abecedarian aka Alphabet Poems
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,

An Alliterative ABeCedarian Composition
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,

Razzmatazz
(An A to Z poem)
Each line begins with the next letter of the alphabet.
The X word is unusual these days: Xenia—from xenium (plural = xenia)...

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Categories: joy, poetry, poets, word

Premium Member Spring flowers
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,

Poetry Soup Express Train
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,

MY FIRST ABECEDARIAN POEM
A n ABECEDARIAN poem could prove my most daunting undertaking
B othering whispering in my ear were the likes of Frost, Fallon and Dickerson
C alling out...

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Categories: celebration, color, faith, identity,

All Within
All Within
(Abecedarian)

As the night drifts down and
Braves the storm,
Chimes of the church bells
Dance to the rhythm while the 
Evening moon is reaching down,
Filling all hearts...

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Categories: nature,

POETS ON POETRY
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,