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Innocence Alliteration Poems

These Innocence Alliteration poems are examples of Alliteration poems about Innocence. These are the best examples of Alliteration Innocence poems written by international poets.

The Masked Faces
“The Masked Faces”

We peeling off the foreskin of our rich culture,
Ignorance is the reason we feed on the carcass of a Vulture,
The more we fail...

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Categories: innocence, political, power, violence,

Virtue of my Innocence
Virtue of my innocence anticipates your touch.
I am satin, weave your weft yarn over my waft yarns.
You are velvet, my kiss longs to smooth your...

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Categories: love, passion, poetess,

Winter Bids Autumn Adieu
    ~Winter Bids Autumn Adieu~
Russet, orange and harvest gold
Autumn is the season when colors unfold.
The trees in celebration
dancing to the wind
preparing for...

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Categories: autumn,

For Dinna from Danmark
Dinna of Denmark
 you were my darling
Walking in your well worn sandals
Down the dirty Via Dolorosa

Clutching your stuffed Lion Toy
Swinging your bag
 with secrets...

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Categories: farewell, girlfriend, innocence, loss,

Red Riding Hood
One day, little Red Riding Hood’s mother told her to deliver a basket of food to her elder grandmother. 
She told Red not to talk...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, child, childhood,

my rape
The man in the cargo murdered my innocence, and he took away my pride
 He broke me down, and he shattered my trust all at...

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Categories: abuse, anger, anxiety, pain,


black tar sweats, squabbles, shakes in the glare of the ocean of blue.
white light engulfs the sky. 
stealing the heat we grip the ground...

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Categories: bullying, childhood, identity, imagination,

One Among Many part 1
Chapter 1 
As but only one young lost man in a great land I sometimes don’t want to see what I see in life but...

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Categories: confusion, depression, education, faith,

When She Came, I Lost My Innocence
When She Came, I Lost My Innocence

From my red honed carpet
I determine to play innocent
Never touched a fly
A tender contender 

When you see her, I...

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Categories: allegory,