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Poems About: ACROSTIC

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  • 37.
    Lesson 1

    Lesson 1

    Acrostic read more »

    Ndrek Gjini
  • 38.
    Wednesday Sales

    Acrostic using....

    'Wednesday Sales' read more »

    Carolyn Brunelle
  • 39.
    Stimulate

    (an acrostic)

    Sanity awaits those minds that
    travel to regions uncharted vast read more »

    C H Sund
  • 40.
    A Variation on a Triolet

    And an acrostic
    Rumanian Thoughts

    Out of such encounters bounds felicitous infinity: read more »

    Richard Blanch
  • 41.
    Acrostic Acrostic

    A n acrostic poem,
    C an be about anything,
    R eally.
    O f course, some people like to read more »

    Hyoushin Akarashii
  • 42.
    Canada

    (ACROSTIC)

    Crown of her, young Vancouver; crest of her, old Quebec;
    Atlantic and far Pacific sweeping her, keel to deck. read more »

    Emily Pauline Johnson
  • 43.
    Nightmares

    Nightmares (Double Acrostic)

    Nothing but joint suffering and loneliness
    In this dark world where happiness is a crime. read more »

    Jan Valdez
  • 44.
    Friends

    Friends, false friends are like shadows
    Remaining with you only when the sun shines
    Indeed a friend is when in need
    Ever wondered why? I'll tell you read more »

    Richard Blay
  • 45.
    Peace (acrostic) *

    Palpitations in every human heart
    Encourages a human surge to take part.
    Activities spawned by love, concern, and patient desire
    Contribute to an eternal inner-burning fire read more »

    Ben Gieske
  • 46.
    Joy of Living

    Poetical Style - Acrostic:

    Loud comes a voice from the heavens
    Over the hills, and over the lea. read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 47.
    Hurting inside me! !

    Help me please
    Underneath it hurts
    Really badly
    Taking my breath away read more »

    Becky Ginn
  • 48.
    Acrostics

    S lice cabbage with a sharpened blade
    A nd keep the crock well in the shade,
    U nless you hurry and use salt
    E ach microbe soon comes to a halt read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
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