ABC Poems: Definition and Examples
An ABC poem is a type of poem that has five lines that create a mood, picture, or evokes feelings. These poems are five lines long. The words at the beginning of lines 1 through 4 are in alphabetical order and are made up of words, phrases or clauses. Line 5 is one sentence long and begins with any letter.
Here are a few of my ABC Poems
Dreading the Abuse
Shadows getting longer
Time stands still
Vicious man soon coming in
God please do not let him hurt me tonight.
Motherhood Is Hard
Refusing to submit blindly
Shaking her head in confusion and disgust she
Turned and walked away
I have just made an enemy of my child.
A Caribbean Christmas
Airy, flowing calming breeze
Blowing the sand all over my toes
Crabs and clams scuttle along
Dancing to the winter song
I love the song of the Caribbean Christmas Sea.
Jumping through hoops of fire
Laughing children with cotton candy
Monkeys doing tricks
There are many beautiful colorful lights.
What really is love?
Here are some more of my poetry
- Independent In Love
A poem about a women who is pleading with her lover to respect her independence while being the man of her dreams.
- My Apologies (A Poem)
A funny apology poem with an ironic twist.
- Why Can't I See Me? - A poem about relationships and low self esteem
Having a low self esteem can damage one's intimate relationships. When you see yourself as inferior, this will reflect on how you respond and interact to your partner. This will no doubt raise serious questions for both partners. In this poem, the pa