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Long Abecedarian Poems

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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 city lights
Highways built across the land
In hearts felt pride American...

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Form: Abecedarian



Premium Member My Alphabet
A a 	big A little a
                   What words start with the letter A
    ...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, kindergarten, preschool,
Form: Abecedarian
POETICAL JOURNEY OF PIZZAZ: not for contest
Poetical Journey Of Pizzaz

Apple Blossom Orchids are spreading across my grandmother's land like a whiZ
Zestfully all around one's earnest expectations like the smallest of fleA
Bites a person's imagination like they're singing a song and plaY
Years...

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© Theresa CW  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, beautiful, poems, , memorial,
Form: Abecedarian
QUANTUM PHYSICS
A is for atom, the smallest particle of an element which we could observe
B is for B Physics, the study of particles containing the *bottom (b) quark, which swerve

C is for colour, a property of...

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Categories: science, planet,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member MYSTERY OF THE MISSING APPENDAGES
Arms and head missing.
Not an accident.
This was intentional.

Bobby Bendarino smiling.
Busting with pride over his handiwork.
Unashamed of his behavior.

Convinced he'd get away with it
He even winked.
Making the young girl's screams louder.

"Damn," I thought,
"Why do I have...

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Categories: mystery,
Form: Abecedarian



CONFUSED
 A
Alas! I`m in a
confused state,
As I wonder in
perpetual
restlessness
 B
Bind by different
thoughts that are
not mine,
I keep remembering
the good old days
 C
Caught in the middle
of fights that I
don`t know of;
I mellow down to
understand this
misery
 D
Desperately looking
for...

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Categories: corruption, emotions, life,
Form: Abecedarian
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 2)!

Caribou & Camels; *Cavies & a *Coot; Cottontails, Chipmunks, Chinchillas...

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Form: Abecedarian
I SEE GOD AND HIS MAJESTY
I see God by faith, in His majesty 
revealing His blessings for mankind
with His awesome dawn-wonders:
 
Azure-accentuated ambiance awaits aspiring artists
Baby’s birth brings blessings, blowing boredom-blues
Cool calmness charms circumspect chefs to create cuisine cravings 
Daybreak...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, faith, god, jesus, spiritual,
Form: Abecedarian
~He Licks The News, To Taste Reality~

Alone these thoughts like annoying buzz,
zealously trample across minds agenda,
beguile what plans I had planned to play.
Yearning for release from ancient scab,
can I not sheath their crashing climax?
Xenon prayers list low and anaemic,
downtrodden by shoe-tied...

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Categories: abecedarian, life, socialme,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Amid the Amazing Myriad Spring Flowers

Amaryllis splendid beauty, Christmas bells of pride thrill us
Birds of Paradise in flight making its opera debut in its crane plumage crown 
Calla Lilly’s endless white elegance bouquet, a peek-a-boo lavender funnel play 
Daffodils, shoo-in...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flower, spring,
Form: Abecedarian
WAG KANG MAG-ALALA PAGOD NAKO
'Wag kang mag-alala pagod nako
Pagod nako magparamdam at habulin ka..??
Kaya hayaan mo hinding hindi nako magpaparamdam sayo..??

Asahan mo na wala ng mangungulit sayo
WALA ng hihingi ng oras mo ?
WALA ng mang aaway kasi dika nagparamdam...

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Categories: change, for him, freedom, heartbreak, pain,
Form: Abecedarian
Stagnancy
Stagnancy is an illusion, that I've been choosing.
Barriers of the mind, are the worst kind.
Trapped in the pain, escape is hard to gain.
Drowning in sorrow, makes it hard to see tomorrow.
It feels like I've been...

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Categories: anxiety, appreciation, confusion, depression, endurance, introspection, universe,
Form: Abecedarian
DAWN BLESSINGS FROM GOD FOR MANKIND
Dawn blessings I poetically perceive:
 
Azure-accentuated ambiance awaits aspiring artists
Baby’s birth brings blessings, blowing boredom-blues
Cool calmness charms circumspect chefs to create cuisine cravings 
Daybreak dos and don’ts discipline drivers from direction-dazzles
Enlightenment-exercise empowers engineers in their...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, encouraging, faith, god, inspirational, spiritual,
Form: Abecedarian
Amy's Toys
Amy’s Toys

A is animals on top of my bed
which are all laid out in a nice big spread

B is for banana a soft yellow fruit
I pretended to be a monkey in a fancy suit

C is...

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Categories: children, kids,
Form: Abecedarian
The 60s
American Bandstand, Aqua Velva Ads, Aretha Franklin, and, the Andy Griffith Show
Black lights, Bewitched, bean bag chairs, beads, Batman and the Beatles
Cleopatra, Corvairs, Corvettes, Chevelles, Captain Kangaroo, Civil Rights Movement
Dionne Warwick, Derek and the Dominoes,...

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Categories: america, angst, fashion, history, music, political, war,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member Let The Animal Band Commence
Animal kingdom was invited to join the forest meadow
Band orchestrated by the deniable dictator, diabolical gorilla king
Causing loads of premature bragging from delighted grand-animals.
Deliriously enthusiastic orangutans began to show off their voice prowess.
Excited flocks, herds,...

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Categories: animal, fun, humorous,
Form: Abecedarian
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 crow
Carl Sandburg, poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to...

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Categories: on writing and words, philosophy, metaphor, life,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member In My ''Dreamy'' Spring Garden
Ajuga, will be a must, a blue beauty that blows in the wind.
Bellflowers, charming and faithful and lovely, of course I must have
Candy Tufts from gardens of long gone, enchanting. And mother's favourite,
Daylilies, in a...

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Categories: daffodils, flower, garden, spring,
Form: Abecedarian
Spring Flowers




Floriography

Allamanda in April slowly open its trumpets around posts that look like 
Buttercups of honey for bees to dive in to replenish their striped bellies
Crocus's yellow stigmas that flavour our food are a blessing by...

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Categories: abecedarian, allusion, flower, spring,
Form: Free verse
Bus Stop
                                  ...

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Categories: animal, beauty, brother, care, celebration, earth,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member WHY DO I WRITE POETRY - UPDATED
Why do I write poetry?
I am sure some people here wonder just why I do! 
For my poems were once described as ‘simple’
And to others they are a pile of old pooh

I have learned so...

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Categories: abecedarian, how i feel, poetry, writing,
Form: Free verse
Bazaar
BAZAAR

Can you call it a bazaar
Where only one vendor
Her face strained
'Looks' pale, apprehensive
As if caught in a snakes' chamber
Yet searching for a potential customer
Desperate to sell products unheard of
Of human species, bizarre more bizarre

The seller...

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Categories: poverty,
Form: Abecedarian
Brain Battle
My eyes flutter to open in the early morning light, 
My mind in a haze, thoughts invade, self recriminations pervade,
Question my self worth, as a tear falls mind is talking voices whisper in my brain,...

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© Bern Paul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, care, caregiving, depression, emotions, family, heart,
Form: Abecedarian
Flowering of Spring
Amassed in flamboyant Azalea blooms when my garden is free of the cold.
Bird of Paradise, dressed in purple and orange,  wear their colors so bold.
Crocus bloom when the mounds of snow finally melt and...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, flower, spring, daffodils,
Form: Abecedarian
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 what nature smelled like sweet carnations
Daringly she held the intoxicating...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, flower, spring, daffodils,
Form: Abecedarian