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Word Play Abecedarian Poems

These Word Play Abecedarian poems are examples of poetry about Word Play Abecedarian. These are the best examples of Abecedarian Word Play poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Dog Mistakes Tiger for Cat
A
Beautifully
Curious
Darling
Enthusiastic dog
Felt
Genuinely
Happy
In
Jumpy
Kitten’s
Luxurious
Mane.
Never
Outstandingly smart
Puppy
Quizzed
Roaring
Smelly
Tiger
Until
Violence
Warily anticipated by the other animals and fully 
X-pected erupted, when 
Young
Zebra intervened and saved puppy.

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Categories: 5th grade, 6th grade,



NEED HIM
like a drowning lover so I 
need your rescue
like a suffocating one so I
need your air
like a wow! man in labour so I
need your supplement
like...

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Categories: appreciation, desire, easter, heart,

Premium Member Alpharhymitize
Alpharhymitize
(the first alpharhymized poem – by definition)
By Franklin Price
2/26/2017

Alpharhymitize - I think I've coined a word
Because it is most likely, one that you have never...

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Categories: poetry, word play, words,

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,

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

A Zealous Poet
All right, no more Abecedarian again!
Buzz off,
Cut me some slack,
Dogging me,
Entrapping me with a 
Form of poetry I am not
Good at,
Hamilton!
I entreat you
Jot down some...

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Categories: word play,

Lost in Humanity
Aggressive, befitting candor,
defies empathetic fervor.
Grave honesty is just,
kindness literally must not.
Omen partakes queer retribution,
savoring tantamount usurpation.
Vulgar words expound,
yields to zero...

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Categories: introspection, loss, society, word