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Tree Abecedarian Poems

These Tree Abecedarian poems are examples of Abecedarian poems about Tree. These are the best examples of Abecedarian Tree 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 MemberSpring Is In The Air by Carrie Richards
A hint of fragrant lilac bush awakens me at dawn
But, sunlight weaves its magic loom, reflecting jasmine's bloom
Crisp white-lipped Delphiniums drop snowflakes on the land....

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Categories: flower, nature, spring,



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,

Premium MemberAfter a good night's sleep: by White Wolf
Anxiously the trees were awaiting their morning breeze,
Birds nestled amongst the high towering branches,
Caressing in couples as they watched over their nests,
Delicately leaves were falling...

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Categories: animal, beauty, bird, sun,

Premium MemberSpring Flowers A-Z by Sandra Haight
Spring Flowers A-Z

Azalea blooms show their pink blaze
Begonias in beds amaze
Cornflowers grow in blue delight
Daffodil debuts still thrill our sight
Eastern Redbud, a bright pink splash
Forsythia...

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Categories: flower, spring,

Abecedarian Blooms by Moon Flower
Apple blossoms derived from the Wild crab
Birds of paradise resemble a brightly colored bird in flight
Cosmos flowers are very popular among gardeners for its beauty
Dogwood...

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Categories: april, flower, spring,

Spring Flowers by Anisha Dutta

                       Spring Flowers
...

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Categories: flower, spring, daffodils,

Premium MemberCHRISTMAS ABECEDARIAN by JAN ALLISON
Angel has fallen from the top of the tree
Broken baubles lay strewn by the door
Christmas chaos caused by the cat
Damaged branches and lights on the...

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Categories: celebration, christmas, jesus, nature,

Christmas by Anisha Dutta

         Christmas

           A zure Sky rejoiced and...

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Categories: christmas,

Premium MemberA Christmas Poem - Abecedarian by Eve Roper
Amazing spellbound cloudless starry night sky 				 
Beaming with enchantment and wonder          
Crystalline frost on window...

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Categories: christmas, winter,

Christmas A-Z by Tiffany Diaz
Alluring scents of cinnamon n' mint
Beckoning of holiday cheer
Chiming of bells for a special mass
Dancing n' rejoicing
Ever blessed for the king is born
Framing love under...

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Categories: celebration, family, holiday, love,

Premium MemberChristmas Beauty by Dear Heart
All is beautiful on this Christmas Eve night in my neighborhood
Bright colored lights are flickering on many a lovely home
Charming and enchanting- it seems a...

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Categories: christmas, night, snow,

Premium MemberWHO IS THE GIANT OF THEM ALL by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser
WHO IS THE GIANT OF THEM ALL

Animals or humans, who is the giant of them all?
Bearing a two sheathed wings, the Hercules Beetles
crash the Titans...

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Categories: animal, character, imagery, nature,

Premium MemberMy Alphabet by Eve Roper
A a 	big A little a
                   What...

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Categories: children, kindergarten, preschool,

man-shaped-wind: the abecedarian by Jaey Peele
Last night I dreamed hard;
A man shaped wind walked past me
Changed his mind, returned

Feel his mind wonder
Haven't I seen you before?
I sleep-laugh-out-loud..!

The noise wakes me...

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Categories: cat, childhood, creation, dream,

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,

Premium MemberIn A Grownup's Dream by Andrea Dietrich
Apple blossoms flutter in the breeze.  Awakening,
Barefoot to the brook we go, brightly scampering,
Counting caterpillars discovered on our way -
Daffodil and daisy picking this...

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Categories: dream, spring,

Premium MemberThe Wealth of Spring by Connie Marcum Wong
Assorted spring flowers, naked, rise in morning sun
Breaking through a thin blanket of snow, earth spun.
Cascades of dainty Narcissus smile with golden faces
Drinking up the...

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Categories: spring, daffodils,

Springs Forth Spring by poesy relish
A season to delight, to sing and thrive

Birth of spring beckons new life

Casting aside the winter nights

Dancing gay the flowers bloom

Endless days of soothing clime

From...

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Categories: growth, happy, life, seasons,

Premium MemberOh Sweet Spring by Dear Heart

And a thousand birds chant harmoniously, shrill and vibrant,
Bringing spring to forest creatures and urban dwellers;
Come out, come out and breathe the air,
Drink in the...

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Categories: spring,