Sound Abecedarian Poems

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


Alaphabet of poetry by Anna Hopper
Anna is the name that's mine
Banana is the witty rhyme
Clever was the one to find
Different words that sound so fine
Ending every other line
Flowing, they become...

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Categories: poetry,

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 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,

Purpose by Stevie Kern
The trees dance to the song of the wind with an emphasis on a moment never to return again. 
A lonesome leaf descends a tired,...

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Categories: age, bereavement, death, hope,

heaven and hell by jason cole
Heavens brightest light

She's the one thing to save

Hells dullest knight

Who tries so hard to be brave

He's got no armor no sword

He's left to die

He has...

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Categories: heaven, sad,

Well if you insist by Warren Arends
Well if you insist

I am not the color of my skin or the clothes on my back.  
I am not who or what you...

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Categories: africa, brother, father, identity,

Premium MemberSpring by Seren Roberts
Amidst the budding
branches the Robin sings, the song is
carried tunefully in the spring air.
denoting that all is well in his world
Every sound listened to by...

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Categories: celebration, spring, daffodils,

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,