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Best Abyssinian Poems

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Premium Member Silent Abyssinian Agapornis
His scarlet head droops
towards his soulless emerald chest.
Perched upon a fruitless branch,
his spiritless eyes stare 
at the emptiness of freedom.

Above, streaks of ruby hints
flow among...

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Categories: abyssinian, angst, freedom, metaphor,
Form: Free verse



ABYSSINIAN ARMAGEDDON
Armies arranged according to their ranks and divisions
Armed with weapons of all manner and kind encircle..
An army stretching all the way to lake Nyasa and...

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Categories: abyssinian, africa, conflict, mystery, myth,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Moderna Commedia, Second Canto, Part 2
Quelle vicende vissi fino in fondo.
Quando mi riappropriai della mia vita
Se questo è un uomo chiesi a tutto il mondo.”
Those events I lived through and...

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Categories: abyssinian, dream,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member Spilt Milk





“Spilt Milk”



Warm milk 
before bedtime
spilt before sleep

The salty tear
in a body of work 
along the dark line kissed

steamed open
like an envelope
secrets laid bare

reveling in whispers
moist...

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Categories: abyssinian, dark, desire, dream,
Form: Free verse
Rue Saint-Denis
Viens à Maman,
let me show you how that shameful thing is done, 
you konw, with ink on paper,
for you not to be sorry anymore,
in the...

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Categories: abyssinian, morning, mum, relationship, voice,
Form: Burlesque



addictive ampoules annihilate after alluring
amphetamines acquaintanceship assuages 
agonizing aches also advocates amorousness
assiduously activating admiration
aggressive attacks assault afoul 

affable affinity and affectionadumbration
anatomical accidental addiction attested as academic,
although afterward abnegation absolutely...

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Categories: abyssinian, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Alliteration
Good to Know

It’s only a Guinea pig, people eat them,
the cattle don’t complain.
Peruvian mountain folk do not have to starve,
there’s no dearth.
Many are bred for their special...

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Categories: abyssinian, poetry,
Form: Free verse