Strength Abecedarian Poems

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


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,

Spring by Zarbakhta Khan
Sweet summer child,
You know not of the cold
That hits you hard.
It aches your soul
and wounds your heart.
Scars are left behind
To haunt you for
Days. Years and...

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Categories: spring,



After All of These Years by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
After all of these years,
Because you have stuck by me through thick and thin,
Candidly, I can tell the world that I love you more each...

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Categories: life, love,

Premium MemberFlirting by Broken Wings- Dear Heart
According to the dictionary flirting is not used for serious intentions,
but to amorously show superficial or casual interest, really?
Can someone tell me why it cannot...

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Categories: fun,

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,

Premium MemberFather by Carmen Penchi aka Sunshine
A man who raises his children
Biological or not
Caring and concerned for their welfare
Doting and dependable of their every move
Each and every day he works so...

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Categories: father,

It is not all Philosophical by Lukas Ficklin
Another afternoon being brave, 
chasing clouds 
down drifting earth embers 
for freedom. 
Grateful glances hurry humbly 
into imminent jubilee. 
Juxtaposed kindly, 
knives loosely lacerate 
my...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, encouraging, freedom,

Straight from the Source by Reason A. Poteet
abecedarian 

Angels announced a special birth:
“Be not afraid!”  Born in Bethlehem,
Come and see the Christ child,
Desire of Nations born in David’s town.
Emmanuel means God...

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Categories: christmas, remember, spiritual,

NEW YEAR by Anisha Dutta

           NEW YEAR

            ...

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Categories: new year,

Enlightened - an Abecedarian work by David A. Cain
Absolute are the commands you’re given,
Being told is easier than telling yourself,
Capture your given freedoms,
Demand more than simple life,
Endings are only and end if you...

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Categories: freedom, inspiration,

Premium MemberA to Z Birthday Mom by Galeo DS
A
Big, Beautiful Birthday
Card is 
Delivered
Especially
For you,
Great Mother Dear of Mine!
‘Hope
I send so much
Joy in your life.
Kisses to you are given with my
Loving thoughts  and...

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Categories: birthday, celebration,

Premium MemberA Good Man - A to Z by Sandra Haight
                      
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Categories: character, emotions, husband, relationship,

Premium MemberAn Abecedarian Spring by John lawless
An Abecedarian Spring


Against the graying beard of winter
Buds push defiantly through the
Crush of weakening ice,
Daring to challenge the strength of,
Entertain the possibility of a
Failing winters...

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Categories: spring,

Premium MemberThe Swallow and the Sheriff by James Marshall Goff
Ask a swallow why he nests
below the edge where daylight shuns
catching insects sheriffs fail to warn blue
doctrines stones emit the scent between
evisceral guardians thoughts intact
feign...

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Categories: beautiful,

Kintsukuroi by Euginia Liapich
Awkward abandoned outcast
Broken, battered, beaten
Crumbling from its misery and torture
Dead ere death nears
Everything returns
Fragility accents its blessing
Giving supplement to the split seams
Honing on the strength
Illuminating...

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Categories: life,

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,