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Raven Acrostic Poems

These Raven Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Raven. These are the best examples of Acrostic Raven poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Hunger
Hankering hordes of hungry hovering hawks haunt hoodoos in Utah. 
Underfed California condors cruise canyon cataracts for corpses.
Nesting, starving swallows swiftly search for slime and...

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Categories: bird, food, nature, poetry,


Hues of twilight melt to embrace tranquil darkness,
Only to find a solace after wandering is put to harness;
Moments back home when very air soothes the...

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Categories: happiness, heaven, home,

Roll on
Lauren Hill slow songs thrill
They pop like a fast moving pill
I am flopped ontop of a junk food bill
And running with a skunk who tells...

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Categories: funny, god, independence day,

God's Glory
A-lmighty God's glory
N-ever goes to statues; 
G-raven images are banned, 
E-rratic worship shall

L-ord God's glory is given
O-n the fifth of July; 
R-espect to the Father

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Categories: birthday,

Night finds her waiting, clad in black,
Y earning for his soothing touch.
C loaked in darkness she frees her
T hreaded raven hair, letting it fall
O ver...

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Categories: night,

Premium Member Winter Song
Winter winds are blowing, and
ice-bound trees are pretty . . .
Now, descends the snow on this land,
the birds sing and flakes fall covering the city-

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Categories: snow, winter,

Premium Member Black


Bleak and gloomy is this recurring dream

Long and raven falls my ebony hair

And dark and inky is the surreal unlit sky

Can I find...

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Categories: dark, dream,

Raven: Death by Dawn
Reaper Grim, I ask you thee
          to accompany me
As I tread the dawn and beg

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Categories: death

Ms Poe's Dark X-Mas
My queen, dip your quill in blood and write me a Sonnet on this Christmas night
Santuary where there’re wilted rose buds; sit tell me a...

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Categories: holidaychristmas, words, me, christmas,

Raven-- Jackdaw or Rook,

Adaptable and Intelligent Crook!

Very Black or Black with Gray,

Every Caw-- An Ill-Omen, some say.

Never More: Poe-- such a grave day!...

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Categories: pets

Baby girl how I miss you so!
Rest-a-sured, you're thought of more than you know.
I haven't been there for you and it cuts like a knife.

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Categories: daughter, family, love