Treasure Island

Champs Ulysses Cabinatan

(November 18 / Cebu City)

*The making of the Alphabet Poems


the rule should be to find a word that defines the letter

like for Letter S,
I define it as shining
and find words with Letter S that relates anything to shining...
Sparkle, luster, Sun, Star


or for letter L,
I defined it as something from above
and I find words with L that refers to it
like altitude, angels, or anything with L that you can refer to your description of L..
Celestial
Stellar


I'm making letter D I relates it with door..
so will make a poem about words with D and relates to door like
a security guard, guards the door of the bank
a Dog can guard the door of your house.

Desire is the door to fulfillment or ambition
Dream is the door to achievement
Discernment is the door to a good decision
something like that...

:)

Sometimes, I get side tracked...
and lost sometimes with the main definition I supposed to have for the letter...

Like for A, I should have built it as something that negates
but lost with words... Antiseptic...agnostic, apathy
so made the letter A poem with any words like
Aha
Awe
Astonishment
Acceptance and
Appreciation


~Champs Ulysses Gubantes Cabinatan

Submitted: Sunday, January 30, 2011
Edited: Sunday, March 20, 2011

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