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Water Abecedarian Poems

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


Premium Member Catechism About Catholic Math
Catechism About Catholic Math

Was reading catechism about Catholic math;
Used Holy Water  when you will take a bath;
Made mistake;
Breath did take;
Must wash off sins caused...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, analogy,



Pure love
A love that is not easy to be find
A love that stay fresh and clean
Everybody is looking for that love
A treasurer of a soul deep...

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Categories: love,

Nature
Nature is the beauty of this world's book
As if there are princess in a story book
Near you the birds are very happy
and they sing around
Like...

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Categories: new years day,

flint
Flint 
Within its brilliance gleaming
Cool black in lacquered polished silver chrome
Cranked up pistons bleached in summer’s heat
Hot steam rising as gears thundering
Beyond the crystal liquid...

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I tried


I tried to care, it was too much to bear, 
I tried to let go from your hug, I slipped and didn't care,
Now I lay...

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Categories: abuse, bereavement, depression, eulogy,

My Amaryllis
Wrote this for the contest but was to late as usual, guess the jokes on me.



My Amaryllis

Amaryllis your beauty so profound's me in the early...

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Categories: beauty, flower, garden,

My Serenity
After my life fell onto black days and down in a dark hole of nothingness,
Before I knew you wanted something to do with me after...

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Categories: love,

Spring Flowers
Spring Flowers 


Another day she floated by so silently and poetically so graciously
Brightened each day quite magnificently as she held blossoming Begonia's
Captivated and enthralled by...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, flower, spring,

Premium Member Spring Flowers
Azaleas putting on spring frocks,
Bluebells holding up their heads.
Columbine blooming 'neath the sun,
Daffodils springing from their beds.

Everlasting's new in spring,
Fig Marigolds gaily attired.
Goat's Rue coming...

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Categories: flower, daffodils,

Christmas

         Christmas

           A zure Sky rejoiced and...

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Categories: christmas,

WE HAVE BEEN THERE
WE HAVE BEEN THERE
We have been in the pit of hell
Where Water speaks of An enemy In the dark
A maskman is no masksman Unless he...

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Categories: age, art, betrayal,

Premium Member MUSIC TO MY EARS
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,

Premium Member A hint of Africa- contest
Zebra stripes 
you instantly know what animal it is,
Xanthic  you couldn't call it
white and black are its colours.
Viewing and naming an animal
usually needs a...

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Categories: africa, animal,

Premium Member Planning more garden spaces
Zoning by micro-climates my
Yards' spaces, and then
Xeriscaping them to conserve
Water because of the drought, I can
Visualize neat straight furrows
(Under colorful vines
Trailing red, green, and purple...

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Categories: anxiety, environment, farm, food,

A Spring Abecedarian
 abecedarian 

An arch's lowest stone from which it springs is a springer
Bounce in one’s step common to infatuation
Cricket term – one of a set...

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Categories: adventure, daffodils, spring,

Premium Member RIDE OF A LIFETIME
RIDE OF A
LIFETIME

A roller-coaster catches my eye in flash 
B eguiling me to run bullet fast...
C hequered spiking thrill press my spine
D ancing stars shoot...

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Categories: adventure, games, happy, imagery,

Premium Member A Walled Garden
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A garden with walls high and deep
Brilliant daisies swaying in the sweet breeze
Cabbage, cauliflower and leeks thriving, flourishing
Down crunching gravel paths I dance
Everything in this...

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Categories: dream, garden,

Premium Member After the Storm
After the storm eased slowly
Big waves smashed against the shore
Causing havoc everywhere
Drinking more than he should
Eating until stuffed
Feet sliding everywhere
Grabbing at straws
He caught on to...

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Categories: ocean, water, weather,

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,

Premium Member My Zoo From A to Z
Alligators, Aardvarks; Arctic fox and hare. Also Armadillos and Asses will be there!

Bobcats, Beavers, Boars; One Blue whale will do! Bovines and a Booby (maybe...

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